Building a rollcage for a Jeep can take many forms from mild to wild. Generally the easiest way is to bend two identical side pieces that make up the right and left A-pillars and C-pillars and then add in spreaders to connect the two sides. Add in some straight B-pillars to the top of the rear wheel housings (or floor if you’re building a CJ-7, CJ-8, YJ, or TJ) and you are done. It’s only four bends. Sure, it’s still possible to mess up a bend (ask us how we know), but with tubing at nearly $5 a foot (for 13⁄4-inch, 0.120-wall DOM), it sucks to have to make multiple bends.