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11-21-2014 01:37 PM
FullMetalFabworks
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Originally Posted by Destroyer6 View Post
order placed today!
Thanks for your order, its shipping out today and check your email you should have all your tracking info there
11-21-2014 11:06 AM
Destroyer6
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Originally Posted by FullMetalFabworks View Post
Sounds good, we have them in stock so just let us know.
order placed today!
11-18-2014 12:56 PM
FullMetalFabworks
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Originally Posted by Moundman View Post
Looks good. I'm thinking about doing this for my wife's JK when it's time to get new wheels and tires. Not sure yet though. Do you guys color match or is that up to us?
Thanks Moundman,
We usually ship them powder coated black, but we keep them in stock in bare aluminum for those that want to paint them body color.
11-17-2014 08:44 PM
Moundman Looks good. I'm thinking about doing this for my wife's JK when it's time to get new wheels and tires. Not sure yet though. Do you guys color match or is that up to us?
11-17-2014 12:20 PM
FullMetalFabworks
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Originally Posted by Destroyer6 View Post
Order being placed next Friday!!
Sounds good, we have them in stock so just let us know.
11-14-2014 07:41 PM
Destroyer6 Order being placed next Friday!!
11-14-2014 12:07 AM
Lexhibition
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Originally Posted by Austen View Post
What is this spare thing you guys speak of? I love my FMF relocation kit, and ORO light. That and the LED tails make my Jeep!
Lol
11-13-2014 09:31 PM
Austen What is this spare thing you guys speak of? I love my FMF relocation kit, and ORO light. That and the LED tails make my Jeep!
11-12-2014 11:15 AM
Destroyer6
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Originally Posted by Lexhibition View Post
I love the look without spare, i love the idea of saving 5th wheel expenses, i love your product and want to order. Im new to jk and just dont know about not running spare: i got jk for snow driving, other than that i dont plan to offroad it at all. That said, i have had flats before never leaving the road (nails, potholes etc). Are offroad tires in general, or specifically bfg ats any less likely to get a flat than regular sedan tires? Is a load e tire less likely to get a flat than a load c tire with city/highway driving? To get to the snow i have a regular 300mi drive across sierra highway, if i get a freak of nature flat while on the open road.. What do i do? - If its just a puncture, can triple A do a plug roadside or do they have to tow it? - if it's hypothetically a total blow out late at night in the middle of nowhere and i have to replace the tire, does that mean i have to get towed home or to a shop and wait for a tire to be ordered and delivered? And if so, does triple A charge more because i didnt have a spare? Obviously, these are very hypothetical, but if anyone has answers, id really appreciate it in making this aesthetically dramatic decision to get the kit.. I guess most importantly, would be to know if bfg ats or offroad tires in general are less likely to catch a flat and are more durable than what im used to on sports/luxury sedans.. And if so, are load e's more resilient than light load gas saving offroad tires?
These q's are better answered by the masses in the JK forums as opposed to a vendor area for them to showcase new products. I don't run a spare but never go off-roading by myself either. Good luck!
11-12-2014 10:08 AM
Lexhibition
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Originally Posted by FullMetalFabworks View Post
Sounds good, Let us know when we can help you out. 909-792-9777
I love the look without spare, i love the idea of saving 5th wheel expenses, i love your product and want to order.

Im new to jk and just dont know about not running spare: i got jk for snow driving, other than that i dont plan to offroad it at all. That said, i have had flats before never leaving the road (nails, potholes etc).

Are offroad tires in general, or specifically bfg ats any less likely to get a flat than regular sedan tires?

Is a load e tire less likely to get a flat than a load c tire with city/highway driving?

To get to the snow i have a regular 300mi drive across sierra highway, if i get a freak of nature flat while on the open road.. What do i do?
- If its just a puncture, can triple A do a plug roadside or do they have to tow it?
- if it's hypothetically a total blow out late at night in the middle of nowhere and i have to replace the tire, does that mean i have to get towed home or to a shop and wait for a tire to be ordered and delivered? And if so, does triple A charge more because i didnt have a spare?

Obviously, these are very hypothetical, but if anyone has answers, id really appreciate it in making this aesthetically dramatic decision to get the kit..

I guess most importantly, would be to know if bfg ats or offroad tires in general are less likely to catch a flat and are more durable than what im used to on sports/luxury sedans.. And if so, are load e's more resilient than light load gas saving offroad tires?
11-11-2014 05:41 PM
FullMetalFabworks
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Originally Posted by Destroyer6 View Post
PM sent!
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Originally Posted by Boppa View Post
Have y'all looked at covering the "bowl" on the rear bumper when the spare is not being used? Something that could be easily removed when the spare goes back on. Just a thought.
We have had another request for an option like this but for a factory bumper. Our current plans are to offer another bumper without the tire tray in the future; but we're not sure if there is enough demand for a removable tire tray cover.
11-09-2014 04:52 PM
Boppa Have y'all looked at covering the "bowl" on the rear bumper when the spare is not being used? Something that could be easily removed when the spare goes back on. Just a thought.
11-09-2014 01:09 PM
Destroyer6
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Originally Posted by FullMetalFabworks View Post
Sounds good, Let us know when we can help you out. 909-792-9777
PM sent!
10-30-2014 01:22 PM
FullMetalFabworks
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Originally Posted by Destroyer6 View Post
I like the look, I only need my spare when I head to the trail. Waiting on payday!!
Sounds good, Let us know when we can help you out. 909-792-9777
10-30-2014 06:43 AM
Destroyer6 I like the look, I only need my spare when I head to the trail. Waiting on payday!!
09-24-2014 04:08 PM
FullMetalFabworks
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Originally Posted by mastrcruse View Post
Can CB mount 1 be used with the stock carrier setup?
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Originally Posted by Razer View Post
This looks like a great product, just need to see if I can mentally get past not carrying a spare.
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Originally Posted by Razer View Post
Any chance you can post up a good pic of the ORO license plate light and 3rd brake light harness? I'm trying to visualize how to install and spice into the stock wiring system.

Thanks!
Don't know how we missed these posts, for some reason we didn't get an email notification. But to answer the questions, CB mount 1 could be used with the stock carrier setup but would interfere with 3rd brake light, so if you plan to still use the factory third brake light then there are probably better options out there as far as antenna mounting goes.

On the ORO tag/3rd brake light, it comes with a 7 foot pre-loomed harness with 3 wires that have bare ends. Post #41 in this thread probably does as good of a job of explaining how to run it as we could. Here is the best pic we have of light itself
08-01-2014 04:14 PM
Razer
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Originally Posted by FullMetalFabworks View Post
PM Sent!

Any chance you can post up a good pic of the ORO license plate light and 3rd brake light harness? I'm trying to visualize how to install and spice into the stock wiring system.

Thanks!
08-01-2014 12:38 PM
Razer This looks like a great product, just need to see if I can mentally get past not carrying a spare.
08-01-2014 11:52 AM
mastrcruse Can CB mount 1 be used with the stock carrier setup?
07-31-2014 07:40 PM
FullMetalFabworks
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Originally Posted by chum1600 View Post
Can I get a quote for just the black plate shipped to 63129.
PM Sent!
07-31-2014 07:06 PM
chum1600
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Originally Posted by FullMetalFabworks View Post
Thanks for the orders, Have these in stock now.
Can I get a quote for just the black plate shipped to 63129.
07-16-2014 06:47 PM
FullMetalFabworks Thanks for the orders, Have these in stock now.
06-06-2014 01:08 PM
FullMetalFabworks
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Originally Posted by Zorro69 View Post
Looks great
Thank you sir
06-05-2014 11:03 PM
Zorro69 Looks great
06-05-2014 09:21 PM
FullMetalFabworks Bump for being back in stock, and a customer pic. Thanks for the pic Scott.
05-21-2014 08:49 PM
FullMetalFabworks
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Originally Posted by Creatrix98 View Post
So with mount #1 I would have to drill a hole for the cable?
You wouldn't have to drill a hole in the Solution Plate, but it would definitely be the cleanest routing option.

Here is a couple more customer photos, Thanks for the pics:
Chris Snyder:

Gerald Lee of Savvy Offroad:
05-03-2014 11:34 PM
Creatrix98 So with mount #1 I would have to drill a hole for the cable?
05-03-2014 07:10 PM
FullMetalFabworks
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Originally Posted by Creatrix98 View Post
What kind of routing options are there with mount #1 or #2? I am trying to think of a way to route the cable inside the tailgate. Any ideas?
With mount #1 you can go straight down through the stepped part of the Solution Plate and then through the vent, then through the door, and once you are through the door just follow along the the plastic wiring cover where are your wiring runs from the factory.

With mount #2, the hinge mount, there are several options:
#1.) run the cable back into the plastic hinge cover and then to the driver side and through hole for the rubber snubber
#2.) up and over the door, or through the crack by the hinges
#3.) something we haven't tried but was brought up by a customer would be to mount the antenna on the bottom hinge and then you could run the cable under the bottom of the door or through the crack in the door towards the bottom.
Hope that helps, let us know if you have any other questions.
05-03-2014 04:41 PM
Creatrix98 What kind of routing options are there with mount #1 or #2? I am trying to think of a way to route the cable inside the tailgate. Any ideas?
04-16-2014 03:31 PM
Austen
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Originally Posted by FullMetalFabworks View Post
Thanks for posting up Austen and looks like your install came out really clean. Looks great and we'll definitely be using a couple of these pics on the website if you don't mind.
I do not mind at all! Please let me know when they are posted
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