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“BELLA” GETS BIG! — and SMOOTHER If you follow me on Instagram, the secret’s been out. But for my new Jeep friends, I finally... [catie’s corner] Make Her Mean Gets a Metalcloak Lift!

“BELLA” GETS BIG! — and SMOOTHER

If you follow me on Instagram, the secret’s been out. But for my new Jeep friends, I finally bit the bullet and lifted my Jeep! As always, I only choose the best of the best for my Jeep, so my first choice was obvious: Metalcloak.

I reached out to this awesome company and they were very helpful in answering my questions and helping me decide which lift will be the best fit for me and my Jeep. I ended up going with a 3.5″ lift and now she is sitting pretty. My Wrangler, Bella, is just as tall as a lot of the lifted trucks you see on the road. Welcome to the party, Bella!

When it came to choosing my tires, I had a good idea of what I wanted in mind. I wanted to be practical since I’m pounding pavement so much traveling around. But on the other hand, I still wanted tires that would handle well offroad too. I decided to run BFGoodrich KO2s and they are fantastic both on and offroad.

Next on my list was to find a new set of wheels. I knew I wanted beadlocks, but when it came to which brand, there were so many styles I liked, it was really hard to choose. I ended up going with 17×9 ProComp wheels. There were sooo many great options, this was the hardest thing out of all of these to choose.

I have zero regrets about my lift, tires, or wheels. My ride is much smoother than it was stock and my Jeep is way more capable now. Plus, it looks pretty mean, doesn’t it? Since it’s still a Wrangler, you’re going to feel some bumps, but the difference the lift makes is night and day. I absolutely love it!!!

In less than two years, my Jeep has come a long way, but the build is just getting started. Thank you to Metalcloak for working with me on this project and making this lift possible. Now Bella can finally hit the big girl trails!

If you’re thinking about lifting your Jeep, Metalcloak should be first on your list to research. They offer a variety of lift options, as well as high-quality bumpers, armor, and more for your rig — “It’s your Jeep; only better.” I can’t wait to deck out my Jeep in more Metalcloak!!! If you want a quality product, look no further.

What set up are you running? Have questions for me? Drop a comment below.

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Disclaimer: Metalcloak provided this product to me free of charge to state my honest review. These opinions are my own and you can always count on me to keep it real. Feel free to contact me with any questions. 

Catie Mean

Just a girl and her Wrangler roadtripping around the USA and Canada, while building my Jeep along the way. Each week I'll share fun adventures from my corner of the world.

  • Ian Maxwell

    August 9, 2019 #1 Author

    We have the 3.5 game changer on my wife’s 13 jku with the high steer kit. And I feel safe knowing that she has the best lift out there! Your Jeep looks great!

    Reply

  • Roy Jesus Orona

    August 11, 2019 #2 Author

    Hey your cuteness, which 3.5 lift did you go with and what shocks did they install out of the three they offer?

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    • Roy Jesus Orona

      August 11, 2019 #3 Author

      Metacloak has a couple different lines of the 3.5 lift.

      Reply

    • Catie Mean

      August 24, 2019 #4 Author

      I’m running the Rocksport shocks 🙂

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  • Todd J Ockert

    August 13, 2019 #5 Author

    Great article. MetalCloak makes some of the best stuff for our Jeeps, including the older TJ’s like mine.

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    • Catie Mean

      August 24, 2019 #6 Author

      So true!!! I couldn’t be happier with my MetalCloak lift.

      Reply

  • Billy Polomsky

    August 23, 2019 #7 Author

    Beautiful!!!! The Jeep too.

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  • Roy Orona

    August 24, 2019 #8 Author

    Awesome and thanks, I was going to do the same.

    Reply

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