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Boreham Arch Bracket

A multi-point cage mounting bracket. Originally designed when Safety Devices prepared the Ford Escort shells for Ford Boreham in the famous days of Roger Clark. Produced in-house using press tooling.


The tube from the main hoop of the roll cage (driver's side) to the bottom of the opposite side backstay. This item is a key requirement for any Motorsport orientated roll cage. This diagonal can either be welded in place or be a removable bolt-in. If a passenger is present during events, it is advisable to have a double diagonal fitted (weld-in only) as this substantially increases strength on the passenger's side.

Floor plate

The larger plate that is welded to the Motorsport chassis, which the floot plate is then welded to.

Foot plate

The 'foot' of a roll cage leg.  The serial number of the roll cage is stamped on to the foot plate.


A 1mm - 2mm thick sheet steel metal plate used to reinforce tube-to-tube and tube-to-body shell connections.

Harness bar

The horizontal tube attached to the backstays and the diagonal (if fitted). This provides an extremely secure attachment for the harness shoulder straps (which are simply wrapped around) and negates the need to weld in additional fixing plates.

Multi-point bracket

Similar multi-point brackets to the Boreham Arch bracket. Produced in-house using press tooling.

Saddle brackets

An original Safety Devices design which has stood the test of time. The bracket is used for connecting tubes on bolt-in cages. Much copied by our competition but beware as they often only use 3mm material which limits the torque setting of the bolts. Safety Devices has always used 5mm material.

Slipper tubes

A method of connecting tubes using sleeves and cross-drilled bolts. It is used on areas of the roll cage which require tube intersections of less than 90 degrees.

Tap pad

A bracket welded to the body shell to accept the bolt of a multi-point or Boreham bracket.