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Heep tear down

I know its a jeep but anyways, 2 inch crack near the steering box from wheeling so we decided hmm why not tube it. So first everything has to come off this is progress for the past 2 days. He just ordered his bender last night and picked up a miller 180. we were thinking 1.50 .25 for the cage any thoughts.
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1.5 is too small for a cage... think 1.75-2in.

And you def dont need .25 wall. Stick with .125.
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1.5 is too small for a cage... think 1.75-2in.

And you def dont need .25 wall. Stick with .125.
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Nice start. Can't wait to see some more progress.
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