Well I have spent the last two days (didn't really take two days, lots of play time in there too) but spent the last two days at my buddy's place in KS making a new roof cage for this dude. I will post pics when I get it back, the cage is at the powder coating shop now.
I have had this thing called - military surplus, a dune-buggy, a jeep, a what is that thing, and a where did you find that at, I had an equipment operator want to drive it yesterday, I told him jump in it. The key was already on, he reached down to start it, so I said "its already on, but you may have to choke it, not sure. He still tried to turn the key more - I said "it's already on". He was looking for a pull choke on the dash, I said, it's a push choke right there. He pushed it, nothing happened and looked at me like I was crazy - I said "just push the pedal". He did and it started. He stopped and said "this is almost just like a Golf Cart"
So the roof cage is made out of 1-3/8 inch pipe, matched the All Sports brush guard. The pieces that hold the windshield are really too small to fit well, anybody got any good ideas of how else to attach it?