Now you can remove the mounting hardware for the front and rear roll cage mounting supports. Make sure you
hold onto all of your stock hardware for reuse, unless you purchase all-new mounting hardware.
Start installing the front and rear mounting hardware. Utilizing a large drift or screwdrivers
can help you align the mounting holes. A helper can also put pressure on certain points to
get the cage to fit into place. If the roll cage is too wide at the mounting points, you can get a
ratcheting tie-down with soft ties to cinch the metal inward to fit into the mounting points.
The roll cage can be taken off of the machine with the help of another person at the front
and rear of the machine or at the sides. Now you can take the new cage and fit it into
place. At this point you will need to get creative with your tools to ensure a proper fit. Metal
expands and contracts, so some cages might not fit perfectly without manipulation.