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Porsche 911 Roll Cage Installation
Step 1 - Set Car On Level Floor
Set up the 911 on a level floor or alignment rack.
911 on Rack
Step 2 - Assemble Cage in Car
Assemble the 4 section of the roll cage in the car (Front, Back, 2 Sides). If you have an interior, you will need to pull back the carpet.
Rear Cage Contacts
Strap to Secure Cage
Step 3 - Mark and Prep Contact Points
Using a permanet marker, mark where the roll cage contacts the floor. Make sure to mark the centers to drill out holes for the nuts in the cage mounting plate.

NOTE: The holes in the front are bigger than the holes in the rear. Don't make my mistake and make the holes in the back too a big. They only need to be as big as the bolt holes on the cage rear contact pad on the wheel well
Front Holes
Cage Mounting Plate
Rear Contacts
Holes Too BIG!
Step 4 - Weld Front and Center Mount Plates
The front and center contact points are on welded plates. The rear contact point uses a sandwich style clamp.
Welded Contacts
Center Weld
Front Web
Step 5 - Seal and Protect Welds
Use a paintable rubber sealer (3M) to protect welds.
Seal Welds
Center Weld Sealed
Step 6 - Paint Roll Cage
Paint the cage and contact points.
Painted Cage