Protection for you and your loved ones is not something that should be compromised on, and therefore ensuring that your RZR 4 has every possible level of safety is ideal before heading out on your next adventure. One of these safety measures is a roll cage for your Side by Side. A lot of riders opt to chop the stock cage and add some extra support, but this is only a temporary solution to get by before investing in a real cage. UTV Giant makes an excellent roll cage for the four-door Polaris RZR, and it's hard to beat a cage by CageWRX where safety is concerned. And while your local fab shop may be able to make you a custom cage for your RZR4, the streamlined production of aftermarket cages increases cost effectiveness, allowing roll cage manufacturers like CageWRX to produce cages far cheaper than custom ones.Many riders choose to chop their cages because they don't like the way they look from the factory (high in the rear). Without a tube bender, however, it is quite difficult to make a safe RZR 4 roll cage from home. We've seen guys cut 6" off where the seat belt mounts to the cage, using ratchet straps to hold the cage down while welding in some pipe for extra support inside of the existing cage -- and then weld the cage pieces back together. This, however, requires a lot of heating and bending, and riders we've talked to who've done substantial cage chops often say they should have only gone 3" maximum. You can avoid this entirely, though, if you just invest in an aftermarket RZR4 roll cage. And don't let the larger stock cages in the new machines fool you. The thickness of the tubes doesn’t play as big of a roll as you’d assume, it has a lot more to do with triangulation and cross-bracing of the cage. The quality of the welds also plays a large factor in the strength of the roll cage. Go check out NHRA cage inspection or any other legit sanctioned racing organization and you will see what exactly goes into making a quality roll cage like the ones you'll find here at Everything Polaris RZR!