Wheeling, new fenders... more wheeling....

I've been so busy the past few weekends, either working on the Jeep or wheeling it. Finished up the Metalcloak front arched fender install, just after getting back from the Tuttle creek "clean up" run. It was an AWESOME time camping with good friends, and we had a ton of fun wheeling too.

We were having such a good time on the trails, we all neglected to take pictures. This is something I'm trying to get better at; but when you're out there having fun, it's hard to remember to take pics/videos.

I did manager to get a poser shot!

Flexing on a rock at the twin ledges

Flexing on a rock at the twin ledges

Far from an 'epic' campsite, but I stayed warm and dry all weekend!

Far from an 'epic' campsite, but I stayed warm and dry all weekend!

I also got my Metalcloak front arched fenders dropped off by UPS last Friday. I quickly grabbed them and ran to a buddies house for some help installing them.

Getting some help taking the old fender off

Getting some help taking the old fender off

Had to back it out so we could pressure wash the engine bay... lots of mud. Who knows where that came from ;)

Had to back it out so we could pressure wash the engine bay... lots of mud. Who knows where that came from ;)

Overall, I'm super impressed with the quality of these fenders and ease of installation. They are pricey, but worth it. I still have to paint the vented access panel, but once that's done they'll be complete. I'll most likely order 4" flares for them as well, only because over half my tire is exposed and I want to stay somewhat legal.

Thanks for taking the time to read my post. Until next time....