When you order corners from Moab Fab, they will cut out any tail light configuration you want. I of course wanted flush mount lights, and he had pictures up on his website that included 2" reverse light cutouts. I really liked how that looked, and I want reverse lights that are actually useful, so I ordered the corners with the reverse light cutouts. They holes are made to be used with a pair of lights made by Warrior Products, but it was like $50 for the kit. Screw that. Found identical lights for half that on Amazon. Probably could have found them a little cheaper if I shopped around, but $27 is a pretty reasonable price I think. They look nice, hopefully they'll be pretty bright.
I already have the tail lights... somewhere. The silver TJ that donated the frame to this Jeep had flush mount LED tail lights, but I seem to have misplaced them. I've looked everywhere it seems but can't find them. Hopefully they'll show up soon so I don't have to buy new ones...
What's in the box of "fu€k"? Edit: ohhhh! I get it. You dislike ball-fab.
Anybody that does business with Ballistic fab tends to go ballistic and I don't mean that in a good way.
I refuse to buy anything from them even if they were the last parts supplier on earth.
Nice build on the TJ, pretty cool to have a body shop at your disposal, i would go hog wild in there
My Tinkering and wheeling thread http://tinyurl.com/pbwdm5u
It fits my LJ and TJ fine. With the TJ on the back, the tires are near the edge and the bumper hangs off the back barely. 2 TJs would fit with plenty of room to spare. Post 158 in this thread has a picture of it.
Its a convertible dovetail trailer (its dovetailed but has a platform that can be raised to make it level). It's and equipment trailer though, I just use it for towing two Jeeps.
I don't care for flares. Would look way sick without them
If I lived somewhere that had no mud and no rain I would consider going flareless, but it's not an option I'll consider where I live. The trails around here are muddy 75% of the time, and I dont enjoy getting mud flung all over me, and I definitely hate cleaning up the Jeep afterwards, so I want to keep the mud flinging to a minimum. Flares also make good sliders to keep rocks and trees away from the hood, and they're good for supporting the Jeep when you flop it (as I have done twice with my LJ). The driver's side of my LJ would have been destroyed the second time I flopped if not for the Metalcloak flares, instead you cant tell I ever flopped it. Eventually I'm going to make rear flares too, but thats a project for Future Jake. Present Jake wants to get this Jeep going so he can work on the LJ.