Bolt in cages
ABN: 60 152 815 882
Cams & Fia Roll cages
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Welcome to Trackart’s Bolt in roll cages A bolt in roll cage has many advantages, but also many disadvantages, so it is important to think about your goal or aim for your car. Due to the huge range of options as well as CAMS requirements with removable joints and mounting plates, mixed with the type of car you have and the size of the door openings, bolt in roll cages can be a simple one piece removable 4 point cage, right through to a 6+ point roll cage, made with 10+ separate parts and pieces requiring many joints. This is where the time in making and therefore the cost becomes more. Even with a bolt in roll cage we are able to push the bars right out the the cars interior, which, while is great for safety, does make some bolt in roll cages a little fiddly and time consuming to get in and out of the car. To try and help with this, we make all the floor plate with captive nuts, so that you don’t need to go climbing under the car looking for under floor plates and nuts! Also, Trackart bolt in roll cages DO NOT go to the floor pan of your car. While this is a CAMS approved method of fixing a bolt in roll cage to your car, the floor pan isn’t the strongest part of your car. So where ever the feet of a bolt in roll cage lands, we make a plate with captive nuts, usually running the bolts in at least two different plains/directions. This makes sure that, should you be in an accident and the car rolls over, the bolts used to hold the roll cage in are not all loaded/stressed in the same direction. Also with this in mind, we increase the number of bolts used to be above the CAMS minimum standard, as well as increasing the grade of bolt to also be above the minimum standard set by CAMS. All bolt through joints are required to have the inner tube/pipe fitted with a crush tube for every bolt used in order to stop tubes deforming as the bolts are all tightened. There are many things to be mindful of when choosing to go with a bolt in roll cage in your car, driver size, seat location, access/door opening size, what interior is to stay, 4 point or 6 point bolt in roll cage, and much more. Then needing to make it all do what you want, in the space that you have, being removed through a door of a car and all joints, bar layout and angle requirements all to meet to CAMS regulations. This is where the extra time goes when making a bolt in roll cage. Prices vary greatly, and while we can give an approximate price on the phone or in an e-mail, it is prefered if possible that you drop in to our factory with your car so that we can sit down, look at your car and talk about your options while keeping your budget in mind!  
Advantages -Can be removed from the car -Street legal (removable) -Can be powder coated for a durable finish -Option to resell the cage if no longer   needing it.
Disadvantages -Costs more in materials -Costs more in Labour -Heavier due to extra materials -Not as strong as they are not tagged to the car body -Less chassis stiffness.
Home Roll Cages Fabrication Image Gallery Customer Feedback Video's & Links About Us Faqs cage layout ABN: 60 152 815 882 Fabrication Top View Side view Front view of main hoop Forward leg Forward leg Forward leg Dash bar rear leg rear leg rear leg 1st roof diag 2nd roof diag windscreen header bar A Pillar bar main hoop main hoop 1st main hoop diag 2nd main hoop diag Harness bar Hoop to rear leg bar Hoop to rear leg bar Main hoop horizontal  Door intrusion bar 1st Door intrusion bar Forward leg brace 1st rear diag 2nd rear diag Hoop to rear leg bar 2nd Door intrusion bar Top View Forward leg Forward leg Dash bar rear leg rear leg windscreen header bar main hoop Harness bar Hoop to rear leg bar Door intrusion bar V roof diag V rear diag Hoop to rear leg bar This is a simple illustration to show the lay out and names of the  most common bars used in a CAMS/FIA Roll cage. These simple  drawings do not show gusseting which is required and/or  recommended when adding a second (cut) bar, as in the roof  diagonals, main hoop diagonals, double door intrusion bars, etc.    - A Trackart base level 6 point roll cage includes all the bars that are shown with the black lines. Not all of them are a must have by CAMS  -The lines shown in gray are the most common of the extra bars that people ask for, or need, depending on the type of events that you may wish to do KEY:- For more information on additional bars (including going into  the engine bay), and general pricing, please contact us, and  we will be happy to talk about what your options are while  keeping in mind your budget and goals for your car!   6 point roll cages are also tagged to the car body at the A pillar (down the side of the windscreen) and when possible, at the B pillar as well.   All Cams Approved roll cage are fitted with there own unique serial number, which states, company, date of roll cage build,  type of roll cage, and roll cage number.   Roll cage layout page Home Roll Cages Fabrication Image Gallery Customer Feedback Video's & Links About Us Faqs Home Roll Cages Fabrication Image gallery Video's & links About us/Contact us FAQ's Site map
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