You should be OK....
Ozhumvee wrote:If you intend to take the truck off road, rolling it would probably the least of your worries unless you are doing something stupid.
Humvee's have a very low CofG and in normal use would be pretty hard to roll, a soft top even more so. I've never even felt uncomfortable in my M1026 with a roof top tent and spare tyre case on the roof. I suspect that a high speed moment on the highway would be more likely to roll it.
Action wrote:But, you dont have the factory braces behind the front seats do you? I would be very concerned about that. The b-pillar may be strong, but if the body below it isn't, what good is it? I have put I slantback kit on a Humvee that I believed had rolled over. The b-pillar was just pushed to one side slightly. The c-pillar is only used to hold the softtop on and make a door jamb. The beam behind the seat should run from one side of the body to the other.
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