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Metal JK from fender lining

There was a guy on the last run at chimney rock that had metal front fender lining. I forgot to ask him where he got them..I could only find dine by metal cloak.

She's anyone know if that was what he was running ?
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Was it a silver JK four door?
I dont remeber Jim....could have been. I am guessing they were the metal cloak and he painted them black. I thought it was a one piece part but the metal cloaks are 2.

I didnt cut the OEM liners very well when I added the aftermarket fenders and I dont like the way they look.
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I dont remeber Jim....could have been. I am guessing they were the metal cloak and he painted them black. I thought it was a one piece part but the metal cloaks are 2.

I didnt cut the OEM liners very well when I added the aftermarket fenders and I dont like the way they look.
I just put these on last week. The Metalcloak ones are actually 3 pieces. A front and rear inner fender, then a small section designed to fill in the space between the inner and outer sheet metal at the rear opening of the wheel well. You can get them from MC in bare aluminum or black powdercoat.

I have not had the chance to get them onto n the trails, but so far I like the quality, and looks. Way better than the cheap plastic, and they look to be out-of-the-way more. Plus they allow for some ventilation through into the side of the engine compartment.

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I just put these on last week. The Metalcloak ones are actually 3 pieces. A front and rear inner fender, then a small section designed to fill in the space between the inner and outer sheet metal at the rear opening of the wheel well. You can get them from MC in bare aluminum or black powdercoat.

I have not had the chance to get them onto n the trails, but so far I like the quality, and looks. Way better than the cheap plastic, and they look to be out-of-the-way more. Plus they allow for some ventilation through into the side of the engine compartment.
I saw them on a jeep in another forum, I didnt notice the 3rd part.I will probably get them and maybe rhino line them.
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I just put these on last week. The Metalcloak ones are actually 3 pieces. A front and rear inner fender, then a small section designed to fill in the space between the inner and outer sheet metal at the rear opening of the wheel well. You can get them from MC in bare aluminum or black powdercoat.

I have not had the chance to get them onto n the trails, but so far I like the quality, and looks. Way better than the cheap plastic, and they look to be out-of-the-way more. Plus they allow for some ventilation through into the side of the engine compartment.
Do you know by any chance if they would work with Bushwacker Pocket Flares?

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Do you know by any chance if they would work with Bushwacker Pocket Flares?
According to their website they will work with any aftermarket fenders work some slight modification...
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I remember lincolnhawk had some custom fenderliners made for his jeep. He sold it not too long ago so I wonder if that is the one you saw.

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Considering these are pretty much they only option available (aftermarket), the quality is up there. I have them on mine with PSC fenders and work well. On mine, the front is held in place with a bolt attached to the turn signal housing bracket and then two bolts that attach to the top of the body. The middle piece is only held in place with one bolt but it is sammiched and I've never had an issue with it coming loose or anything. The third piece didn't work with my PSC fenders but it is just a small piece to keep crap from going between the fender and body. I recommend these to everyone that asks about them.
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I remember lincolnhawk had some custom fenderliners made for his jeep. He sold it not too long ago so I wonder if that is the one you saw.
It may have been because the ones on the Jeep i saw were one piece..they were nice.

The metal cloak ones look like ass bare...
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It may have been because the ones on the Jeep i saw were one piece..they were nice.

The metal cloak ones look like ass bare...
If it was lincoln hawks old jeep then they were expensive as well.

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If it was lincoln hawks old jeep then they were expensive as well.
Well, I thought Jeep and expensive were synonymous!
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Were Lincoln's the diamond plate ones? I remember them as one piece and fullcoverage...as well as nice and shiny
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Yes I can find out who made them in town if you want to know.

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Yes I can find out who made them in town if you want to know.
That would be greeat Jim, Thanks.
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Thanks Rich...are those custom made? They look like Metal Cloaks, are they one or two piece?

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that is lincoln hawks jeep, I just texted him to find out who made them for him.

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Thanks Rich...are those custom made? They look like Metal Cloaks, are they one or two piece?

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Definitely not like the MetalCloaks that I have. I'm betting custom.

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Ok he had these guys make them for him.


http://kkmetalfab.com/kkmetalfab/about.php

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Ok he had these guys make them for him.


http://kkmetalfab.com/kkmetalfab/about.php
Thanks Jim..I am going to go see them today.
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So its $250 per fender...pricey....one piece.
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So its $250 per fender...pricey....one piece.
Told you it was not cheap.

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