The Poison Spyder Rear Logo Plate for TJ/LJ and YJ perfectly fits the lower panel between your Jeep's tailgate and bumper, to complete the Poison Spyder body armor on your Jeep. CNC-laser cut from high strength but lightweight aluminum plate, the Rear Logo Plate features the instantly recognizable Poison Spyder logo, marking your Jeep as one that is always ready and willing for some hardcore action! The Rear Logo Plate comes as bare aluminum, for you to paint, powdercoat, polish or leave raw. Easily installs with supplied black truss-head pop-rivets. The Poison Spyder Rear Logo Plate is designed to fit Jeep YJ, TJ and LJ, but can also be used on CJ's with some trimming to clearance the tailgate hinges. The Rear Logo Plate fits with Poison Spyder Crusher Corners™, or with any manufacturer's rear corner protection armor that ends at the vertical body seam between the quarter panel and the tailgate.
The Poison Spyder JK Tire Carrier Delete Plate perfectly fits over the raised vent area in the center of the tailgate to complete the Poison Spyder gear surrounding your Jeep JK. These are especially useful for those who have deleted or relocated the spare tire, covering the unsightely vent flaps with a great looking Poison Spyder piece. The JK Tire Carrier Delete Plate includes mounting holes for the license plate, for those who have installed Poison Spyder Crusher Corners and need to relocate the license plate. The JK Tire Carrier Delete Plate is CNC-laser cut from light weight aluminum sheet and is not intended as "armor". It features the instantly recognizable Poison Spyder logo, marking your Jeep as one that is always ready and willing for some hardcore action! The JK Tire Carrier Delete Plate comes powder coated textured black. Easily installs with supplied pop-rivets.
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