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Metalcloak AdjustableRearBumpStopKit 220x127 Metalcloak’s Adjustable Rear Bump Stop System Makes Designing Your JK Suspension EasyMetalcloak continues their trend of innovation with the Adjustable REAR Bump Stop System. Like most of us, you’ve probably guessed what size bump stop you need for your lift kit, fender and tire combination. Guess no more.

Following the success of the Adjustable Front Bump Stop System that uses hockey-like pucks to provide the option of 1” to 4” in Bump Stop, Metalcloak’s Adjustable Rear Bump Stop System for the JK Wrangler allows you to easily change the Bump Stop to fit your JK’s specific needs. Each kit comes with eight rectangular pucks (four for each side) manufactured from trail-proven natural thermoplastic rubber designed to mount in a staggered pattern (1” high to 4” high, depending on need) providing a full and complete bump stop option. Just Install. Test. Adjust. It’s that easy. Metalcloak, It’s Your Jeep, Only Better Read More→

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Manufacturer of Off-Road Accessories Accepts Gold as Payment for Products

MetalCloak 220x48 Metalcloak Adopts the “Gold Standard”Rancho Cordova, CA – Metalcloak, the developer of game-changing aftermarket products for America’s off road icon, the Jeep Wrangler, announced today the launch of the “Gold Standard” program allowing customers to purchase products using Gold Coins.

“Gold is the purest form of currency” says Matson Breakey, VP of marketing for Metalcloak, “and our customers can now use Gold to buy what has become the ‘Gold Standard’ of suspension systems for Jeeps.” Read More→

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330 Scherer Dominates at  ULTRA 4 MetalCloak Nor Cal Stampede

PRAIRIE CITY SVRA, CA APRIL 9th, 2013: More than 2,000 fans attended the inaugural ULTRA4 MetalCloak Nor Cal Stampede held at the Prairie City State Park near Sacramento, CA last weekend.  Over the course of two days and multiple heats, 48 ULTRA4 cars waged battle on a brutal two mile course that left only 29 vehicles running by the final two races. Drivers pushed their cars to the limit in this first race of the 2013 ULTRA4 Trail Gear Western Regional series in pursuit of both a podium finish and a chance to qualify for the 2014 Griffin King of The Hammers Presented by Nitto Tire.  Ultimately, two former Kings and the son of a King claimed the podium.  2009 King of The Hammers, Jason Scherer took the checkered flag followed closely by 2010 King, Loren Healy, and third place went to the youngest King of the Hammers competitor to date, 17 year old Wayland Campbell, the son of the only two-time King, Shannon Campbell. Read More→

Jason Scherer Stampede 3 220x146 Jason Scherer WINS Ultra4 Stampede Race at Home Track in SacramentoDANVILLE, CA   APRIL 8, 2013   Jason Scherer wins the first race in the Ultra4 Trail Gear Western Series, the MetalCloak NorCal Stampede, at Prairie City SVRA on Saturday April 6th.   After finishing first in his pre-qualification heat race on Friday, he ran home to Danville, CA to replace and rebuild his differential before the main race on Saturday.  Showing up just hours before the green flag, he started in the second row of the main and by the first lap was already leading the race putting on a very impressive show for the crowd that included many of his family and friends.  “I am so excited to win this race!  Not only is it a win for me and my core sponsors including Rubicon Express, Nitto Tires and PSC Steering, but also to be able to share it with all my family and friends at a local to home track is awesome!” said Jason Scherer, driver of the Rubicon Express #76 car at the awards ceremony on Saturday evening.  “The track was a lot of fun and I am really excited to be able to come back to this new venue.  Not only is it great racing, but it is nice to be close to home!”

Video on Jason Scherer at the Nitto National Championship  Race

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 Metalcloak Adds TJ/LJ to its List of Game Changing Suspension OfferingsRancho Cordova, CA   October 2, 2012  After the critical acclaim for the JK “Game Changer” Suspension System featuring the revolutionary 6Pak(TM) Shocks (Patent Pending #61/520,240) and Duroflex(TM) Joints (Patent Pending #13/368,570), many wondered what Metalcloak would come out with next. The answer: A Game Changer for the TJ. Read More→

 MetalCloak’s 6Pak(TM) Upgrade Breathes New Life into Your Long Arm KitWith the introduction of the revolutionary 6Pak Long Travel Compact Body Shock Absorber, the engineers at MetalCloak continue to find more and more applications for the wheeling community. Their newest kit on the market is designed to provide more travel and better ride quality for your existing Long Arm Kit. The kit comes in two configurations, 3.5” and 5.5” – the 3.5” kit includes 12” 6Paks front and rear; the 5.5” kit sports 14” 6Paks on the front and 12” in the rear. Along with their “true” Dual Rate Coils (longer free length to stay in the bucket at full droop) the upgrade kit provides 5.5” more travel, better ride quality and a more on and off-road stability to your existing ride. Read More→

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2010 01 MetalCloakOverlineFenders1 300x225 MetalCloak’s Overlines™ for JK – Run 37’s with No LiftRancho Cordova, CA   January 18, 2011 MetalCloak has once again changed the game in the Jeep Tube Fender industry with the release of the Overline™ Tube Fenders with Quick Release Flares for the Jeep Wrangler JK and JK Unlimited. The term Overline refers to the unique mounting system that places the fender above, or over, the lines where the stock flares and typical tube fenders mount. Using a dynamic bracing system, MetalCloak’s incredibly strong fenders provide the most clearance and the best object deflection angle in the industry, giving wheelers the option of running 37” tires on a stock JK with no lift.  As for fitment, ease of installation and quality of manufacturing, for those who know MetalCloak’s well-earned reputation, they don’t disappoint, hugging the curves of the JK like they were meant to be. Read More→