Originally Posted by ed98208
Right, but do Land Cruisers roll as easily as Wranglers? It seems odd to me that a brand that's so infamous for rolling would make the area that's directly above the driver's head into a crumple zone! But hey - at least the dog got out alive because it was in the back, right?
So what about this - useless or not? Windsheild Guard, un-painted
-Wondering if wheelers should wear helmets.
The fact is that Land Cruisers don't roll as much as wranglers because most of the guys with Cruisers are just doing the overlanding thing. In comparison to to Jeeps, I hardly see any cruisers playing in the rocks.
The stock roll cage isn't THAT bad, many people walk away from severe rollovers with them. That being said I do plan to upgrade my roll cage to prevent the front from folding in like that. But I would certainly take the stock setup over a poorly designed cage though.
Those guards you linked are for if you hit your windshield on trees and what not, it won't provide any real structural rigidity.