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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-21-2017, 03:33 PM Thread Starter Vendor
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NEW! JK Overline Flare Options from Metalcloak

Since introducing the world's first removable tube fender flares back in 2006 with the original Arched Tube Fender for the TJ Wrangler, not only did we create hi-line clearance without cutting your hood, we also created a unique opportunity for customers to "change it up" by choosing different size flares or removing the flares all together.

When we introduced the Overline Fenders for the JK Wrangler, the focus was, once again, on clearance... allowing 37" tires to run on a Stock JK with no lift.

Originally set up with an 8" flare that was 1" wider then stock, the Overlines were also the strongest fenders in the JK Market with our unique ExoSkin mounting system for the rear flare.

But, while we had multiple flare options for the TJ, YJ and CJ owners, we only had one for the JK.

Well, no longer...

Introducing the new Narrow, Standard and Wide flare options for the JK Wrangler Overline Fender System from Metalcloak.

The Narrow fenders measure 6" in the front and 4" in the rear.

Standard flares measure 8" in the front and 6" in the rear.

Wide flares measure 10" in the front and 8" in the rear.

And each one attached with just a couple bolts using our unique ball lock joint system that creates a solid piece a 250lb man can jump up and down on.

On top of our one piece Overland fenders and the budget friendly Hardline Fender System, Metalcloak now has more options for your Jeep JK Wrangler.

As always, your feedback is welcome and appreciated.
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Wow, great design ideas!

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