roll cage


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roll cage

Structure of steel tubes in an enclosed car that supports the roof should the car overturn.
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The construction is done using roll cage magnesium alloy which is also found on Lenovo's ThinkPad Notebooks.
It features an off-roading equipment such as a front skid plate, a winch, and an external roll cage. It has rear windows covers and concept-specific alloy wheels.
Finnish driver Teemu Suninen and co-driver Mikko Markkula suffered a big shunt during Friday's final stage and with damage to the Ford's roll cage, they were forced to sit out yesterday.
A roll cage has been welded in for extra rigidity, while subframes and the suspension from the outgoing Vantage have been fitted in the name of handling prowess.
The Sainsbury's Local worker was off-loading an unevenly packed roll cage from a delivery lorry when it toppled over and knocked her to the ground.
Readers will be informed concerning such modification projects as Front and Rear Axle Swaps; a Stroker Engine Buildup; 3-Link and 4-Link Suspensions; Hydraulic Steering Setups; Roll Cage Design and Fabrication; and a great deal more.
Powered by a modified 2.2-litre diesel engine uprated to 170bhp, the it is fully road legal but is fitted with a roll cage and fire extinguisher system.
The roll cage was damaged and it was deemed unsafe to carry on.
The new machine at its Winsford, UK, factory will be used to manufacture the blow moulded panels that are used for the Maxipac as well as roll cage bases.
The new machine at Schoeller Allibert's Winsford factory in the UK will be used to manufacture the blow moulded panels that are used for the Maxipac as well as roll cage bases.
But on the inside it sure is radical and endowed with the most modern technology one can imagine.The chassis is like a rally car's, it has an entire roll cage design that gives a very high level of protection.
A roll cage protects the hydraulic pump, and a steel guard covers the hydraulic line.