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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-12-2008, 10:27 PM Thread Starter
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Bed delete kit

Checking out SDR bed delete kit /cage looks bad azz..Anyone have info on this setup? Would any of you use this cage? Or would the preferred be something else..I like it cause it lowers C.O.G , looks well built,but over all just looks bad azz. I prefer experienced knowledge over my dumb reasoning.Let me Know.
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Checking out SDR bed delete kit /cage looks bad azz..Anyone have info on this setup? Would any of you use this cage? Or would the preferred be something else..I like it cause it lowers C.O.G , looks well built,but over all just looks bad azz. I prefer experienced knowledge over my dumb reasoning.Let me Know.
You gotta pic ??

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post #3 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-12-2008, 10:47 PM
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Shonuff is the bed delete master. He should give his opinion on the bed delete soon.
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Here are some pics from website ,but I think the setup looks much better in person.The website has more info.
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post #5 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-13-2008, 07:00 AM
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Shonuff is the bed delete master. He should give his opinion on the bed delete soon.
lol, crazy azz.

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The new 4 seat cage from SDR with the bed delete kit...... IMO is the best cage out there right now. He lowers the COG, he attaches the cage to the frame not the bed, he can make the bed wider if you want so it can handle a 50" rear bench seat or 3 bucket seats. The cage is going to be BITD legal and he has a customer that is going to run 4 adults in the Rhino for a race.....

IMO it is one of the safest cages on the market right now. He put lots of thought into that cage. If I was in the market for a 4 seat cage that is the cage that I would get.

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It's sharp, I like it

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I'm a bit confused the pictures show a 4 seater...i thought you were looking for a bed delete, but I still see a bed on the rhino...i see the tailgate deleted? can someone explain?
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I'm a bit confused the pictures show a 4 seater...i thought you were looking for a bed delete, but I still see a bed on the rhino...i see the tailgate deleted? can someone explain?

For the 4 seater they get rid of the stock bed and build their own bed. It is wider and lower than stock.

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LSR MTS +3 Mid Travel Kit
Bilstein Shocks w/ Eibach Springs 250lb front & 400lb rear
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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-14-2008, 09:52 AM
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Thanks Mike for the explanation...the bed delete went way over my head
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