Nice work. Cage looks great. I wanted to do something like this or get aftermarket, but after duning with a Pro Armor bimini top that hangs down 4 or more inches in the front, I'm going to leave the stock cage alone. I lose to much field of vision while duning, and can't see far enough ahead when going thru the big dunes and bowls. It makes it hard to pick a good line on the next hill, while coming down on the previous hill, plus when duning I lose sight on the cars or quads around me including the ones I'm duning with. Gotta see where I'm going, plus what the knuckleheads around me are doing.
Love the look of a lower cage, just not practical IMO for the kind of riding I do mostly. I will eventually do some re-inforcing on my stocker, with intrusion bars, welded in harness bar, X bracing in the rear and roof areas, and some gussets for strength.
How do you like your Toy Hauler? Does the Maverick fit easily? Do you have to take the bumper off, or flatten the tires?
I'm in the market for one and don't really know where to begin. It has to be light because I have a 1/2 ton truck.
As far as the chopped cage goes, it looks great. That's how it should look stock.
Maverick fits right in on stock tires,with another outlander in their also,I like it check them out
Forest river its a wolf pack 30 ft,my wifes tahoe pulls it,but I had to put airbags on their to handle it