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post #151 of 158 Old 09-19-2011, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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GOOD NEWS!!!

New Lower Prices on ALL JK Products!

http://www.metalcloak.com/Jeep-Wrang...rmor-s/139.htm

Thanks to the tremendous demand and economies of scale, we are now able to offer our JK products at lower prices. And unlike some other companies, we don't suck up the profit or keep the prices high just to offer a sale.

If we can lower prices, we do and we pass the savings on to you!!




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post #152 of 158 Old 11-02-2011, 06:03 PM Thread Starter
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Sorry for slackin' on these! The 6Pak Shocks and JK "Longest Travel Ever" Suspension has kept us crazy busy!



But here they are the "famous" Metacloak clearance diagrams for the JK. In putting together these animations we used the following set-up.
  • 2009 JK Rubicon Unlimited
  • No Lift
  • 37 x 12.5 x 17 Tires

Metalcloak's Overline Tube Fender with 8" Flare
vs. JK Stock Fender


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Metalcloak's Overline Tube Fender with 8" Flare
vs. JK Stock Fender


Metalcloak's Overline Tube Fender with 8" Flare
vs. Typical JK Tube Fender


Side Animation
Metalcloak's Overline Tube Fender with 8" Flare
vs. Typical Tube Fender

As usual we appreciate all comments and feedback. It is interesting to note that with the 6Pack Shock and our 3.5" JK Lift, you can finally take advantage of the added clearance Metalcloak provides with the Overline fenders -- allowing a 3.5" lift to flex better then most 6" lifts.

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I realize Im bringing back an old thread...

Any chance you've got pictures of a JK Unlimited with the Metalcloak flares, a ~2" lift, and 35s?

I really love the idea of Metalcloaks and I want to go with 35x12.50s, however I want a bit of lift to pick my belly up off the ground...I do a lot of rockier trails here in New England. I'm going to get a good set of skids, but I still dont want it quite as low as it would be with just the fenders and 35s. However, Im afraid a 2-2.5" lift or so with Metalcloaks will make the 35s look way too tiny?

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I realize Im bringing back an old thread...

Any chance you've got pictures of a JK Unlimited with the Metalcloak flares, a ~2" lift, and 35s?

I really love the idea of Metalcloaks and I want to go with 35x12.50s, however I want a bit of lift to pick my belly up off the ground...I do a lot of rockier trails here in New England. I'm going to get a good set of skids, but I still dont want it quite as low as it would be with just the fenders and 35s. However, Im afraid a 2-2.5" lift or so with Metalcloaks will make the 35s look way too tiny?
FYI The RROR skids I put on my Jeep added about 1" of clearance under my Jeep.

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The site lists these for '07-'11. Have you checked to see if they'll fit a '12?

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The site lists these for '07-'11. Have you checked to see if they'll fit a '12?

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Sorry I didn't give you an answer back in June... guess I was sleeping at the keyboard!

Yes, they do fit all JK Models, including '12 and '13.


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Maybe i misread, i saw that there was cutting involved for stock rock slider but then i thought i read there wasnt. It seems to me that there is, im fairly sure i will just to fit 35s with this system. Can you provide pics of what exactly must be cut?
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When will you make an Aluminum Overline?
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