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Perris, CA September 1, 2016:

CageWrx(cage-works) is a Southern California manufacturer of UTV aftermarket products. Their mission is to provide extremely high quality UTV components at competitive prices. A user-friendly brand with the idea of bringing race inspired UTV products to the market they are dedicated to delivering products that provide customers with the best experiences. The company specializes in roll cages, roofs, windshields, bumper kits, suspension components, tire jacks, tire carriers, and accessories for the popular UTV models such as the Polaris RZR and Yamaha YXZ. Founded by Chad Ragland and Danny Gormican, their unique approach has quickly impacted the industry and established the company as the go-to leaders in the market space. CageWrx brings proven off-road race technology and performance parts to UTVs while simultaneously providing fabricators, retailers and customers “do it yourself” and completed solutions in the aftermarket product arena.

CageWrx is extremely proud to introduce their third roll cage design for the Polaris RZR XP 1000. Following the tremendous success of the Race Cage and Super Shorty, CageWrx is now offering the Baja Spec UTV roll cage. The company’s first “flat roof” design, the Baja Spec filled a gap for UTV racers and enthusiasts who prefer a flat roof profile on their UTV. The Baja Spec is also the first UTV roll cage from CageWrx to come with 1.75” diameter main tubes and 1.5” diameter internal tubes, all .095” wall thickness, allowing this roll cage to meet stringent rule requirements set by SCORE International™ and Best in the Desert. While the Baja Spec is a perfect cage for racers looking for an affordable quality roll cage solution, it also has mass appeal to the UTV market looking for a non-radius roof line design. The Baja Spec roll cage for the Polaris RZR is available as a knock-down or do-it-yourself kit and as a fully assembled roll cage including roof. CageWrx offers global shipping for both options. Like all CageWrx roll cages, the Baja Spec is designed for safety and strength. High quality material, engineered CAD models, and precision machinery all work in harmony to produce the Baja Spec UTV roll cage.

About the owners and Company: Chad Ragland has competed in many forms of racing and his competitive drive has helped him launch and run several successful businesses. When Chad started racing UTV's he got the idea to develop parts when he started modifying his own Polaris RZR XP1000. Chad quickly realized the machines had real performance potential by applying race-worthy parts. He wanted to apply the principles of custom Trophy Truck designs to his RZR. Back in 2007, Chad was running a Trophy Truck team and it was there that he first met Danny Gormican. Danny has designed and fabricated for top desert racing teams as well as vehicle aftermarket products. Both are off-road enthusiasts and motorcycle riders and it was a natural progression for them to embrace the new SXS that arrived on the market. They both enjoyed their new vehicles but saw a need in the market for something more. By combining their individual expertise from the Professional Motorsports industry CageWrx was born. Originally their focus was on the racing performance aspect*but they quickly realized there was a bigger demand.

CageWrx is able to engineer and manufacture high quality products based on their extensive knowledge in Professional Motorsports. They are recognized as a superior and innovative parts provider in the UTV aftermarket. All of their products are engineered to the highest standards using machinery and automated processes to maintain quality. By leveraging very sophisticated machinery - products are 100% CNC laser cut - and running production in large volume they are able to provide exceptional value to the customer. Ready to weld kits make it possible to put together in your own garage or by your local fabrication shop in a matter of hours. They also have a great Dealer Program in place offering new business opportunities and promoting growth in the UTV segment of the market.

For more information about CageWrx, visit www.cagewrx.com

Located in Perris, CA, CageWrx brings race inspired and proven aftermarket accessories to the UTV market while empowering DIY solutions for fabricators, retailers and vehicle owners. Products include UTV roll cages, roofs, windshields, bumpers, tire carrier and suspension components.
For more information, visit the Web site www.cagewrx.com you can also visit CageWrx on Facebook and on Instagram and Twitter @CageWrx

Contact:
Chad Ragland
951-223-9118
[email protected]
 

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Nice looking cage. You could use my 4seater to make one of those cages for the 4seater. 👍👍👍

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I actually prefer the BAJA cage's looks - But as far as safety, is this style of cage any stronger than the other 2 designs you offer?
 

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I actually prefer the BAJA cage's looks - But as far as safety, is this style of cage any stronger than the other 2 designs you offer?
Because the Baja Spec cage uses twin tubes overhead as opposed to the single tube in the Race Cage and Super Shorty, and the fact that we have created more triangles by this, you could argue the Baja Spec is stronger. It is also the only cage we produce with 1.5" internal tubes used in the front window and back window planes. Both the other cages us 1.25"

Thanks for the great question.
 

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Necro thread alert!

I am looking into this cage on my new Rock and Trail XP. One question I have is do the A pillars come up fairly parallel to each other? I know it's an odd question but I am wanting to add a glass windshield later and with the Baja Spec having straight tubes for the A pillar I believe it would make mounting one easier.

I have a Super Shorty on my '15 900S and everyone is always complimenting me on it.
 

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I'm looking at your "Baja Spec" cage for my 2019 XP 1000 Trails and Rocks. I am confused on how much lower your cage is than the stock cage. The kit says one thing, and the fully assembled cage shows something else. Quite a big difference in height between the two. Can you tell me which measurement is correct?
Thanks
 
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