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This is a discussion on Roll cage recommendations for GT350R within the Mustang GT350 Accessories forums, part of the Mustang GT350 Forum category; I'm looking to install a roll bar in my 350R, I've looked at CMS Performance and Watson. Does anyone have any experience installing either ones ...

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    Roll bar recommendations for GT350R

    I'm looking to install a roll bar in my 350R, I've looked at CMS Performance and Watson. Does anyone have any experience installing either ones and the pros or cons to either or any other recommendations?



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    I installed a Watson - it was good for the main hoop and a pain in the butt for the Back Braces - cutting into a $1000 back ordered OEM back seat delete worried me - but it looks nice and the seatbelts are a nice touch. Name:  GT350R Recaro.jpg
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    Ack!!! Why did you cut into the rear seat delete rather than fabricating your own trunk partition out of thin particle board and cover with fabric? The remaining part of the missing seat could have been easily carpeted/covered.

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