It all depends on who signs them, I would look for one who can install and sign, most people will simply sign their own work as displayed, you can draw a weld by gluing screws through the plates, the way the code the bed should be screwed but says nothing about it, do not weld to the body, So, as long as the screws are mounted, they are signed, stupid, I know, but it goes our way, so we do not argue. Anyway, a lot of guys use Scott rods for cages as it also provides mod plates for the cages it fits into, but I`m sure others can do the same, just shout and ask. I have a brown Davies half cage in my 33 I screwed it into myself, then I got a mod plate for the cage and because I`m a 2 seater, now I want to share the information you found, I tend to have a cage soon. Choosing the right safety cage for your vehicle is an important decision. The roll bars you install can save your life if you have the right safety cage and specifications of what you plan to do with the vehicle. A limited number of roll bars are also available from the manufacturer (e.g. in a Porsche GT3). These are acceptable for road traffic. But for all other vehicles, a cage must be added – which is a “modification”.
I know there`s a place on the south side near Mazfix (on the same street) that specializes in rolling hoops, you might want to take a trip and take a look. They always seem to have old school cortinas and others that are equipped. Another option is to install a four-point roll bar with removable front legs that are not attached to the road network. This type of roll bar can be certified according to change codes LK9 and LK10. In the case of drag racing, vehicles that are (usually) faster than 11 second quarter mile require a six-point cage. The detachable option in this case would be the best. So, would a 6-point screw in the cage be legal? Holfords sells 6-point bolts, but I`ve done some research and most say only half cages are legal. Nevertheless, I see cars walking around with full cages…? I tried calling the guy who does all my mod plating and he doesn`t answer the phone. Once I have an answer as to whether or not it`s legal and what requirements need to be met, I`ll definitely buy the Holfords cage (only $660 on Ebay). Shane there is a place in Geebung makes rolling cages and I think Autobarn in Virginia has a half R33 cage in stock.
Does anyone have a 1/2 downhill cage on the shelf for the r32gtr? The authorities are not in favour of installing six-point safety cages in road vehicles for a number of good reasons. The addition of the two rods forward increases the risk of headbutt, especially since helmets are not worn (unlike competition). Visual obstructions on the A-pillar are another reason as well as a possible alteration of the deformation zone of vehicles and the deployment of the airbag in newer vehicles. If it is only half a rear cage, why can it not be a shrink film cage? I mean, is there a practical/safety aspect after the introduction of the National Code of Practice for the Construction and Modification of Light Vehicles (VSB 14) in 2012, all states effectively banned the installation of six-point cages as a certifiable change. Vehicles certified by state authorities with a six-point cage before VSB 14 would continue to be approved for on-road use. However, for enthusiasts looking to install a cage in a newer rally car, there seemed to be no option. CAMS has begun negotiations with state authorities regarding an exemption, which has now been obtained. Passionate rally cars (those equipped with a CAMS logbook and registered in the name of a CAMS licence holder) are now allowed to enter a six-point cage and continue to have full road homologation. Vehicles must comply with the “Guidelines for the Installation of Seat Cages and Seat Belts for CAMS Club Rally Cars in Queensland” published by Transport in April 2015. Download the form guys pm me, me and my roommate build mine is approved by andra and legal on the road, as mentioned before, you can either screw and weld, also some guys from andra tech go a little easier on the road registered cars depends on who you get and how they feel. Motorsport Australia bolted roll bars are attached to the vehicle with fasteners and can be removed from the vehicle at any time.