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06-13-2014 09:01 PM
cmaggi2 Can these fenders run 35s on a JK w/ no lift and no rub when disco'd?
06-13-2014 07:53 PM
mikeJKUR Damn that is nice.
06-13-2014 07:29 PM
matsonian Yep... blatant revival of an old post...

Just a quick note --- our unique Fender to Grill Reinforcement Bracket that was originally only part of the Overline Fender, and is one of the reasons this rig didn't do more damage when it flopped...

Landed Like this....


And only damaged this...


Is now available for Overland Fenders as well...


You can learn more at: Fender to Grill Reinforcement Bracket, JK
02-20-2013 03:03 PM
kramer2k These look great! I wish these would have been available last fall. They fit my needs better than the Overlines.

Heads up, your link is broken due to a formatting error.
02-20-2013 02:42 PM
MetalCloak
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Originally Posted by cyclone88 View Post
Awesome. Loved the look of the Overlines, but didn't need the "extreme" factor. Can you post a picture/explain what the fender to grill bracketing add-on is from your website? The front trim piece with the Metalcloak logo is the standard bracket, right?

Also - any chance you have these installed on a 2 door?

This picture represents the three components that make up the standard, Overline, bracketing...



The two spacers goes into the body behind the tire, the long bracket goes above the tire, but the third bracket is unique to Metalcloak and connects your fender to your grill adding extra strength.

It is this third bracket that we have as an additional option for the Overlands. The first two systems are standard, but the third bracket is just an added level of strength for the front fenders.
02-19-2013 04:20 PM
cyclone88 Awesome. Loved the look of the Overlines, but didn't need the "extreme" factor. Can you post a picture/explain what the fender to grill bracketing add-on is from your website? The front trim piece with the Metalcloak logo is the standard bracket, right?

Also - any chance you have these installed on a 2 door?
02-19-2013 03:16 PM
MetalCloak
New OVERLANDS - A One Piece Fender from Metalcloak

Metalcloak's original Overline[/URL] Tube Fenders still stand alone as providing the most clearance for a bolt-on fender and the most strength with the rear ExoSkin system.



But what if you don't need Metalcloak's Extreme clearance and strength?
We now offer the OVERLANDS... a simple, bolt-on, one piece fender system...



Watch our new video to learn more...
NEW - Introducing the Overland Fenders, Expedition Series, by Metalcloak - YouTube





BTW, these fenders are designed to mix and match with the current Overlines. Want the front Overlines but the rear Overlands? No Problem.

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