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Hard Dog Fabrication HS
M1 Hard Core Bar 90-97 Miata Hardtop
Price: From $465.00 to $535.00

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M1 Hard Core 90-97 Miata Hardtop


The Hardtop version of the Hard Core Bar is designed for the serious 
SCCA Solo I competitor that wants to maintain a dual purpose car for 

street and racing use, but doesn't want to give up the hard top.

Single main hoop diagonal brace and integral harness bar standard - a second main hoop diagonal brace may be added for extra strength and better rear vision. Or get our NEW X Brace Diagonals for the ultimate in strength *

Designed for first generation (1990-1997) plastic rear window convertible tops. Not compatible with the second generation (1999 - 2005) or aftermarket glass rear window convertible tops.

Hard Core Hardtop Bar Shipping $85.00 Continental U.S.

Features include:

  • Allows full seat travel and tilt
  • Full interior width; farther to the rear than the standard Hard Core allowing better head clearance
  • Complete use of hard top and soft top
  • Durable black powdercoat finish
  • Single main hoop diagonal brace and harness bar standard
  • Second main hoop diagonal brace may be added for extra strength and better rear vision
  • X Brace version for the strongest bar available * 
  • Constructed of highest quality 1.75" diam x .120" wall 1026 alloy drawn over mandrel tubing
  • Laser cut 3/16" mounting and back-up plates
  • Complete hardware kit w/ grade 8 bolts

Roll Bar Accessories:

  • Stitched vinyl or leather covers w/ our NEW custom formed high density padding by BSCI
  • SFI approved high density and traditional foam padding

View bar Position 

http://www.bethania-garage.com/images/schematic_hb_hbs_m2s_m1m2hcht_x.jpg

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