|05-08-2013 10:17 PM|
|kywaterman||To me that looks like the bars are a frame that the stainless or aluminum is attached to then the tubing is attached to the bars of the roll cage with some type of disconnect. Something like a utv roll bars. If you look to the driverside under the steering wheel it looks like a bolt that attaches the two. But also Im not seeing any heater controls, or defrosters unless its a Cj window frame with them built in. With you being from Nebraska I would think you'd be needing the heat lol. That is one sweet dash though. Idk if you've already looked at them but like the previous comment DoubleD has some great looking units as well. Several members have used them and always have had good things to say about his work.|
|05-08-2013 04:16 PM|
Look at a daniel dilner dash @ doubledfab.com
He does great work, haven't ordered one myself yet but plan on it soon
|05-08-2013 03:48 PM|
Custom Dash Discussion
I was looking around at custom dashes and really found this cool one! However no one really knows anything about it that I read.
So since its so cool, and i'm actually pretty interested in doing something like this, any ideas on how it was done!?
From my POV it looks like it was welded directly to the floor mount of the roll cage. Think it used any of the factory bolt dash attachments? Or just freestanding with the roll cage?