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I was just wondering cuz It doesnt look like the roll cage would clear the rear bunk on my Weekend Warrior. Do these roll cages come off pretty easy ? how do you guys do it ?
 

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I haul mine in an Extreme Toyhauler. I also cut my roll cage down 3" too.
 

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I haul mine in a WW LE3105......In the Warriors, the trick is to get the electric bed(s) in the rear. the manual bed doesnt go anywhere near the roof when it folds up. My electric double beds go up much higher than the single manual bed.
 

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We have a WW FB2600 with the pull down bed. I put our Rhino in there once but it required backing all the preload off the the shocks, along with airing the tires down to 2-3PSI. That was with the stock wheels and tire. After that trip I went out and bought an after market cage that is several inches lower than the stock one. It's definitely possible. Just take your time when driving it in. Also try and have a spotter when you attempt it.
 

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I have a Forest River also. My cage is about 4" lower than stock though. I did the measurements on my stock cage and looked close to fitting. I never tried it with the stock cage though.
 

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Alabaster said:
We have a WW FB2600 with the pull down bed. I put our Rhino in there once but it required backing all the preload off the the shocks, along with airing the tires down to 2-3PSI. That was with the stock wheels and tire. After that trip I went out and bought an after market cage that is several inches lower than the stock one. It's definitely possible. Just take your time when driving it in. Also try and have a spotter when you attempt it.
I have the FS2600 with the pull down bed also that sounds like alot of work just to get it in there. Wouldnt it be easier to take off the rollcage ? I was looking at one {stock} and it looks like 8 hex screws.
 

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its 12 bolts....the best way is to get a cage built that is lower. they are easy to take on and off but doing it every thing you go out would suck
 

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trooper522 said:
I was just wondering cuz It doesnt look like the roll cage would clear the rear bunk on my Weekend Warrior. Do these roll cages come off pretty easy ? how do you guys do it ?

Yeah, I had a Tahoe transport with a fixed bed in back and it was a pain in the ass to remove the cage everytime I went to the dunes. I sold my Tahoe and got a newer Tahoe with the bed that goes all the way to ceiling, also my old Tahoe back door was not tall enough. I also put a new cage thatis 2-3" shorter. Much Better, you need a new cage anyways. :D
 
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