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  • Holy smokes! Planning on building a roll cage for your scout, but don't want that intrusive tube coming down right through the cab? Our custom fit support legs.

    Scout II roll-bar, standard WB: $ (add $45 for 3-point seatbelt upgrade; add $ for textured black powder coating). Scout Traveler roll-bar: $ (add $

    Pictured below is a Scout II that went through a $20, build. Thankfully the owner put the real money into building a proper roll cage. About 3 months after the.

    Fuel Tank Sending Units. Similar to PP above. A couple of the Scouts had protective roll cages built to protect the actors. Want to own a piece of history?

    Roll Bars & Bumpers - Scout Pluss!! - International Harvester, IHC, Scout and Pickup

    I believe 5 Scouts were used. One was taken back to California to be placed in a museum. The remaining Scouts are still located in B. One Scout had a special rack installed on the roof for the movie camera. A couple of the Scouts had protective roll cages built to protect the actors. All of the Scouts were painted the same colour faded red body with white top and a russet interior. Guess which of the two Scouts below has a roll cage?

    This can still be seen on the bodies. Want to own a piece of history? Link to info on the movie click back button to return to ScoutpluSS!!

    Caution must be used here. The term "Roll Bar" is applied to a protective device that attaches to the frame or superstructure of a vehicle.

    They are usually professionally designed or engineered. Do what you can to prevent injuries and death. This will cover the section over the rear seats USED and sold as seen and as is no hardware.

    Similar to PP above. Parts List New Parts. Suspension - International Harvester Scout. Transmission, Clutch, Transfer Case. Fuel Tank Sending Units. Tires and Wheels Lug Nuts. International of the Month Story. Thankfully the owner put the real money into building a proper roll cage. About 3 months after the build was completed, he lent the truck to a friend who took it out onto the freeway. The inexperienced driver hit a groove in the roadway at 60 MPH and the Scout flipped and slid for several hundred feet.

    There was a full investigation and it was determined that the driver would have died if there was no roll cage. He was lucky and walked away from the accident. As a side note, raising the center of gravity increases the chances of rollover.

    Please consider the lives of loved ones and innocent by-standers when giving your truck the "Macho" lift. This accident happened a few years ago, but I was lucky to get these pictures before the Truck is finally parted out. Designed by Infusion Design.

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