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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
Welcome to Trackart’s Weld in roll cages A weld in roll cage has many advantages, but is quite often a one way trip, as they are usually very difficult and messy to remove. So it is important to get it right first time! A well made roll cage from any company should follow the inner shape of the car as close as possible(within CAMS regulations), use the right grade steel, have good bar layout, and excellent prep work! As important as excellent welding is, the only way you can get a good weld is with good tube fit up. This minimizes distortion, and shrinkage when welding the roll cage together! If the bar fit up is poor, this will cause your new roll cage to twist your car and result in doors not closing properly and in some really bad cases, upset the handling of the car due to suspension points moving slightly! Good fit up, means less heat when welding, means less welding shrinkage, and that means your car stays straight and problem free! This is the very reason why Trackart chooses to TIG weld our roll cages! There is nothing wrong with MIG welding a roll cage, in fact, a lot of people/companies do, but with TIG welding, while neat and spark free, TIG will not hide a poor tube fit up, which means you can see by looking at the weld, if the fit up was good. So there is no hiding anything, guaranteeing you a well made cage with no hidden surprises! A well made, weld in roll cage, whether it’s made from CDW,CDS or Chrome moly will not only keep you safe, but will significantly strengthen/stiffen your car. So quite often, if you have a car that has been set up in regards to handling, adding a good roll cage will usually slow your lap times, as the body flex has been removed out of your car and the suspension will now (more than likely) be too hard/stiff. Requiring you to spend a little time in sorting out your suspension to get back to where you had your car handling before the roll cage was fitted. -Weld in roll cages(compared to a bolt in roll cage of the same design) are stronger, lighter and cheaper! -Weld in 6+ point roll cages are lowered through the floor of the car to guarantee the top of all the roof bar are FULLY welded! -Weld in roll cages are tagged at the ‘A’ pillar and where possible, also the ‘B’ pillar for extra strength and safety. When choosing a roll cage layout to suit your car, think about what events you would like to do, as well as your budget, to help you with ideas and some more information, please check out, -The ‘Roll Cage layout page’ in this website, click on the link to the right. -Flick through our websites gallery of past work -Check out the ‘Trackart Custom Fabrications’ facebook page for everything that goes through our workshop (not just roll cages!), see how it is all made (step by step), leave comments and ask questions to both Trackart staff and Trackart customers! Weld in Roll cage turn around time, -4 point roll cage is 2-3days -6 point basic roll cage is 4-6days -6 point comprehensive roll cage is 6-8 days, -8+ point comprehensive roll cage is 7-10 days Prices include GST and are for the roll cage only, in raw steel, anything else is classed as an extra! For example:- windscreen removal, interior removal, dash removal, interior/dash modifications, painting, etc....
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