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    Vacuum entire interior All interior trim cleaned and polished All seats cleaned and conditioner applied Trunk or Bed compartment detailed All door jams cleaned All interior windows and mirrors cleaned Meticulous hand wash and dry Removal of road tar and bugs Wheels, wheel wells and tires pressure-washed & cleaned Exterior windows and mirrors cleaned Hand application of Hydro Seal Express Sealant (added gloss) Hand application of rim protection sealant Tire dressing applied Customer approved before leaving our facility

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  • Top Upgrades & Modifications for Off-Roading

    At FlexBilt Customs, we work hard to make sure that we are in the know regarding every possible upgrade and modification for your Jeep, truck, or SUV.  Whether you want to meanest and toughest looking 4x4 or just want a sharp looking SUV with a few tasteful additions, finding the right custom shop for you should be your first priority. The following are some of the more popular general upgrades and modifications that custom shop do all over the country every week. If you currently own an off-road vehicle and are interested in ways it can be modified for safer, sturdier off-roading, most custom shops can modify your vehicle for better 4x4 performance. At FlexBilt, a lot of our customers bring us their Jeeps, trucks, FJ Cruisers, Buggies, and more to have them fitted for a number of 4X4 mods. Shock Upgrades and Modifications - Stock shocks from the manufacturer are usually not designed for much more than a measly dirt road - even in off-roading vehicles like trucks and Jeeps. Over-used shocks develop a foamy oil due to heat build up. This causes your shocks to lose their dampening strength. You’ll need to replace your shocks if you decide to increase your wheel size as well. Most stock shocks are designed to work with factory-sized tires. A lot of people buy bigger wheels and tires but never think about ​Exhaust Upgrades and Modifications - For 4x4 activities and off-roading, your exhaust needs to be up to par. Factory exhausts are designed with noise control in mind over efficiency. An aftermarket exhaust will provide the air flow your engine needs to reduce back-pressure and turbulence. It is suggested you take your vehicle to a performance exhaust shop to optimize both performance and sound. Tire Upgrades and Modifications - Stock tires on off-road vehicles can be vastly improved with a set of more aggressive tires. Increasing the width, tread, and height of your tire will increase your footprint for better traction and 4x4 capabilities. From 35" tires to over 40" tires, there is a lot to choose from on the market today. Intake Upgrades and Modifications - Taking your vehicle off road requires modifications to your intake system. A standard intake and filter will not be enough to stand up to the dirt and debris your engine needs. Without the clean air necessary for combustion, you’re going to experience serious problems with your engine. Suspension Upgrades and Modifications - Everyone knows that ground clearance is vital to rock crawling and off-roading. Without sufficient ground clearance, you risk serious damage to your undercarriage. Modifying your suspension will permit you to have larger tires, more ground clearance, less probability of getting stuck, and more fun. Traction Upgrades and Modifications -  Install a locking or limited-slip differential to improve your rigs grip and movability. This will help prevent instances where your vehicle is stuck because not enough wheels are touching the ground. Digital Upgrades and Modifications - Newer 4x4 vehicles come with an ECU (engine control unit) programmed with factory settings. Modifying this system can generate more power from your engine by altering top speed settings and rev limits. Braking Power Upgrades and Modifications - Your brakes are a vital upgrade, especially if you’re crawling over large objects and going high speeds through dirt and mud. Standard brakes from the factory are not designed with modifications in mind. If making other modifications to your truck or Jeep, you’ll be changing the weight and likely the tire size. These factors should be taken into consideration when modifying your brakes. Lighting Upgrades and Modifications - Giving yourself every advantage when it comes to your line of sight is huge when you’re navigating rocky terrain. Upgrade your rig with additional lighting for maximized visibility at night.

  • The Right Auto Paint for Your Custom Truck or Jeep

    Getting a new paint job on your favorite truck, Jeep, or SUV can be exciting. Deciding on a color is important, but equally important is the type of paint and finish for your color. There are several steps involved in painting a vehicle. Most average to high-end paint jobs consist of four layers: e-coat, primer or filler, basecoat, and clear coat. A topcoat refers to the combined layers of basecoat and clear coat. Some of your cheaper paint job will use 2-stage - primer and a top-coat (base & clear). The e-coat is about 17-22 um thick and is primarily for corrosion resistance and paint adhesion. The primer coat is 30-35 um thick and serves for UV radiation resistance, anti-chipping, and providing a smooth surface for the basecoat. The basecoat is the color layer and is typically 10-20 um thick. This layer provides the visual appeal. Finally, the clearcoat layer is 30-50 um thick, is transparent and prolongs the lifespan of the layers below it. Types of Paint When most people think of painting a vehicle, they are thinking of the color layer which is technically just one layer of a paint job. The color layer is called the Base Coat. Base coats contain the color, but they do not have any hardeners or strengtheners. This layer won’t protect the metal or the primer level. There are several different types of Base Coat to consider. Automotive paint resins are usually one of three chemical compounds: lacquer, enamel, or urethane. Urethane Most new cars are painted with urethane and most collision repair shops use urethane paints to repair damage, so it is a practical and popular option. Urethane auto paint generally lasts longer than other options. It is highly resistant to chips and can resist fading for up to 10 years. You can paint over a previous paint job without too much prep work. Urethane auto paint dries quickly and is less likely to run during application. It also provides some level of protection to the metal surface and primer layer. Urethane car paint is more expensive than other options (like enamel). Urethane is a good alternative to lacquer. Be sure to think about the future though because lacquer cannot be applied over urethane on future paint jobs. Urethane is more difficult to handle than enamel, so it is not a good option if you plan to do the application yourself. There is a form of urethane paint called “aliphatic polyurethane” that is illegal in some states. Acrylic enamel is a softer resin than urethane. Enamels are usually less expensive than urethane, and dry to a glossy finish. It forms a hard, strong shell over the whole vehicle. There are two kinds of enamel paint: single-stage and two-stage. The single-stage enamel paint has the basecoat and the clearcoat mixed together so that you only have to apply a single layer of paint. The two-stage enamel requires the basecoat to be applied first, followed by the clearcoat after the basecoat dries. Acrylic enamel auto paint can be very hard to apply, so it is not a good choice for doing it yourself. A professional shop, like FlexBilt Customs, will have the proper equipment to “bake” the paint onto the auto, giving it a longer life. Acrylic Lacquer was the very first auto paint and the only option for some time. Acrylic lacquer auto paints are the easiest to apply, they dry smooth, and have a high gloss finish. The paint is generally a high viscosity and mixed with a thinner for application. Many more coats are needed to cover the vehicle because of this dilution. However, these paints fade quickly, especially when exposed to UV rays. Acrylic lacquer paint is illegal spray in some states because it has negative effects on the environment. Lacquer paint becomes brittle with age and will crack and become chalky. Waxing and buffing regularly can lengthen the life span. Lacquer paints dry by evaporation, not by chemically bonding to the vehicle’s surface. The liquid portion evaporates, leaving a tinted resin layer as the color layer. If you are restoring an antique or classic car, using an acrylic lacquer may be important. It provides the highest shine of any paint option. It is authentic to the auto’s origin. Most classic or antique cars are not used as daily drivers, so using this paint on a stored auto is a good option. Acrylic Urethane paint is a newer option in auto paint. It lasts a long time (like enamel) and is easy to apply (like lacquer) without being illegal to use. Acrylic urethane uses a catalyst to promote fast drying, and has to be used shortly after it is mixed. Auto Paint Finishes Auto paints have finish options. This is a protective coating applied after the color layer has dried. The most common, and least expensive, option is a plain, solid paint. It is relatively inexpensive, easier to apply, and repairs or touch ups are simple. Nearly all stock autos come with solid paint. Solid paints work well on a vehicle that has great form or lines because the paint won’t detract from the body style. It can also be jazzed up with good choices of accessories or trim options. Solid paint coats are usually covered in a protective lacquer coat called a “clear coat”. Metallic paint gives a subtle, eye-catching sparkle. Aluminum powder in the metallic auto paint catches sunlight for a beautiful, sparkling shine. This dynamic finish will help cover up dings or small scratches. It tends to be more expensive, and it can be difficult to match later. Metallic paints have a more limited color palette, so you may not be able to find exactly what you want in a metallic auto paint. However, the range of colors is much better than it used to be. Pearlescent paints are similar to metallic, but the aluminum powder is replaced with ceramic (mica) crystals. These ceramic crystals reflect and refract light, giving the illusion of more depth and color. It creates a dazzling, subtly colorful look that changes with light and direction. As with metallic paint, it can be very difficult (if not impossible) to match in the future. Pearlescent color palettes are limited in options too. Matte Paint is the latest hot item. They are more expensive, and the maintenance is much more difficult. The matte finish is achieved by using a primer coat or other agents in the clear coat. The effect is a velvety, satin or silk finish. The look is reminiscent of the old hotrod or muscle cars that were driven around between paint jobs. Most paint repair and maintenance tools are for gloss paint. Products and equipment used to buff out scratches or detail a car may leave glossy areas on the matte finish. Carbon fiber, or bare carbon fiber, finishes are at the very high end of paint jobs for autos. Most carbon fiber on large areas of the vehicle are wraps. However, many smaller accert pieces of the vehicle may be made from actual carbon fiber, which is known for its extreme lightweight and durability/strength. Clear Coat is actually a type of auto paint without pigment. The purpose of clear coat is to protect the pigment layer, primer layer, and metal. Clear Coat finished usually have specialized chemicals that provide easy adherence to the flexible components, like a plastic bumper. The clear coat layer also has UV inhibitors to prevent ultraviolet rays from fading the vehicle’s color layer. Other Considerations – Preparation is Critical Even a basic paint job is not inexpensive. There are several other things to consider when taking on the project of painting a vehicle. Preparing the vehicle to receive paint must be done correctly if the finished product is going to look good and last a long time. Decide the extent you would like damage (such as scratches, dents, gouges, rust spots or rock chips) repaired. Some are easier to repair than others, and all require labor and materials. After any repairs are done to the surface of the vehicle, a primer layer is applied. It is usually a shade of grey or black. Primers help the paint adhere to the surface of the vehicle better, and they can even out tiny imperfections. Primers prevent moisture from reaching the base metal which will cause rust or oxidation. Primers are porous and require sanding between coats so the final paint will adhere smoothly. Determine if the company performing your paint job will remove parts prior to painting, or just tape off parts. The best way (and at FlexBilt, the only way) is to remove any part that is not receiving the new paint application. We have outlined the different types of paint in this article, but there are different price points within those categories. As with most things, you get what you pay for. Make sure you understand the expected life span of the paint you select for your vehicle paint job. Application Method Syphon spray guns used to be the application method for painting vehicles. They were used with lacquer paint, and syphoned the paint from the bottom of a bottle attached to the spray gun. These are no longer used because they required 45 to 70 psi but only delivered about 40% of the paint to the surface of the vehicle. Now days, a high-volume, low-pressure (HVLP) spray gun is used. These feature a tank on top of the spray gun which gravity feeds paint into the nozzle. These HVLP spray guns deliver about 80% of the paint and only require 10 psi to operate. Painting cars, trucks, and Jeeps has gotten more technical than ever. There are many considerations to research, and more options available to create a unique finished product. Understanding the process and paint options helps you make a better decision on your paint job. Be sure to consult with an experienced company, like FlexBilt Customs, to ensure you are happy with your newly painted vehicle!

  • Best Upgrades for your Jeep Wrangler

    Jeeps are more popular than ever, and Jeep owners love to personalize them. There are a lot of Jeep Wrangler owners due to both the overall style, functionality, and off-road dependability. Choosing the right upgrades to match your off-road expectations can prove to be a challenge based on the hundreds, if not thousands, of options from so many different brands. Upgrades can be functional or just aesthetic. We will cover some of the most popular Jeep Wrangler upgrades for both the outside and inside of your Jeep. Exterior customizations of Jeeps are a great place to start. They can be functional and help your ride stand out right away. Tires Depending on where your Jeep will spend most of its miles, Jeep tires are a fantastic and popular upgrade for your Jeep. The largest tire a stock Jeep can take is 33”, but adding a lift to your Jeep will increase the size tire it can take. We have several articles that go into great depth on tires, so be sure to check out that information. Another thing to consider is the terrain you will encounter when you leave pavement. Tires are specific to terrain, with different tread and construction for all-terrain tires, mud-terrain tires, winter tires, sand tires, or rock tires. Wheels Custom wheels are the most popular upgrade for a Jeep Wrangler. A good combination of tires and rims will enhance the performance and looks of a Jeep right away. Be sure to get the correct bolt pattern for your year of Jeep – Jeep changes bolt patterns. The Jeep website has a fitment calculator that is helpful. Many people ask if they need Beadlock Wheels, and they are a little complex to understand. Beadlock Wheels A beadlock wheel has a mechanical device (called a beadlock ring) that secures the bead of the tire against the inside of the wheel rim. Regular street tires don’t need this configuration, because the inflated tire pressure is enough to prevent the tire and wheel rim from slipping. In off-road applications, it is common to deflate tires in order to gain traction over rocky terrain. Anything more than minor deflation could cause a regular tire and rim to slip. Outfitting your Jeep with beadlock tires allows for more off-road adventures where decreased tire pressure is a must. Some of the drawbacks to beadlock wheels is that each wheel is heavier. Beadlocks may not be legal for regular street use. Because the beadlocks are attached using bolts, any bolt failure can risk breaking the beadlock ring, which in essence results in blow out. There are DOT- approved beadlock wheels and using these will prevent this liability. Beadlock wheels are more expensive to purchase and install. Finally, most tire shops do not mount beadlock wheels due to the liability associated with them, so if you want beadlock wheels for your Jeep makeover, plan on installing them yourself. Fender Flares Fender Flares have both an aesthetic and utilitarian purpose. They look very cool, but their main purpose is to protect your jeep from rocks, abrasion, and debris during off-road adventures. Flares can finish off the look of a jeep that has been cut to fit larger tires. If your Jeep has tires that stick out past the body, flares or mud flaps are required by the National Highway Traffic Safety Agency. After market fender flares come in a wide variety of materials and styles. Be sure your choice will cover the tire so your Jeep is street-legal. Off-road Lighting The options and selection of after market Jeep Wrangler off-road lighting is vast! From spot lights to light bars, there is every conceivable variation available. If you are looking for lights that will actually be used, be sure you have all of the “lighting zones” covered. Most people have heard of fog lights and spot lights, but for Jeep owners, rock lights, cargo lights, LED reverse lights, and underbody lights are very popular. It doesn’t necessarily take a large number of lights to add a great look or functionality to your Jeep either. LED lights add a great deal of illumination with a small light. The size, shape, and other features of the lamp determines where and how a light should be used on your jeep. Another consideration for your aftermarket Jeep lights is their ability to perform in different environments. If you will be in a lot of water, you need a waterproof light. The same scenario applies for lighting that will be in extremely dusty conditions (like Baja racing, or desert environments). Bumpers Due to the wide variety of options in Jeep bumpers, it is easy to become overwhelmed. Jeeps come with a front factory bumper that is an aluminum plate over factory rails, with plastic end caps, weighting about 27 lbs. The factory rear bumper is plastic with metal mounting plates and weighs about 15 lbs. These factory bumpers offer very little protection and no strength to mount other accessories. Depending on the fuel economy and use, consider if you need a lighter (aluminum) bumper, or heavier weight for mounting. Jeep bumpers typically fall into two categories: winching and non-winching. Mounting the bumpers is critical because it will affect your “off-road angles”. The off-road angles are 1. Approach 2. Breakover 3. Departure. The approach and departure angles are affected by the bumper style and mounting. The further out the bumper protrudes, the less angle you can handle in off-roading (unless you lift the Jeep). Rear bumpers affect the departure angle and also come with many options. Features include spare tire racks, D-ring hooks, and hitch receivers. Grill Inserts Grill inserts for the front grill of Jeeps are very popular and come in a wide variety of shapes and colors. Budget friendly, they are easy to install and give your Jeep an immediate custom look. Jeep Wranglers come with a factory grill that has 7 slots. Some people think the 7-slot grill signifies Jeep as being the first vehicle driven on all 7 continents. After market grills come in many slot formations. Jeep Tops A fun aspect of Jeep Wrangles is that the top of the vehicle can be changed out. All Jeep Wranglers have removable tops. Options for Jeep tops include hard top, soft top, and bikini top. Jeep hard tops are durable, provide excellent insulation, and come in 1-piece or 2-piece versions. It takes at least 2 people to move a hard top, so keep that in mind if you plan to change tops often. Jeep soft tops are made of tough materials and come with options such as sunroofs, storage pockets, and interchangeable materials. They can be installed or uninstalled by one person, and are lightweight for storage. Soft tops can distort in extreme temperatures and over time because they are just not as durable as a hard top. It is important to scrutinize how each soft top attaches to the Jeep frame to ensure all the critical attachment points line up properly. Bikini tops just cover the top of the Jeep, leaving the sides and back open. It is a fun option for a day at the beach or summer driving, but offers no protection for any serious off-roading. Skid Plates Skid Plates for Jeeps are thick, sturdy metal pieces that bold (or weld) onto the underside of the Jeep to protect the drive train, shock mount, gas tank, oil pan, or other critical components of the vehicle. While you can’t enjoy the look of skid plates, they are vital equipment for any Jeep that is going to be off-roading. Factory Jeeps come with skid plates that protect most of the Jeep parts for mild off-road adventures. These skid plates are engineered to decrease heat building up and are generally lighter weight than after market skid plates. They don’t protect the oil pan well and prevent you from fully enjoying the Jeep in off road adventures because the protection is limited. Aftermarket skid plates come in aluminum, steel, and a combination of the two. An installer like FlexBilt Customs can help you choose what is right for your specific Jeep and budget. Winches A winch mounted on the front of your Jeep is very useful for off-road adventures. The primary use is to pull yourself out of a jam, or help pull a friend out of a tight spot. Winches come in electric and hydraulic. Different capacity winches are available and is referenced as the “rated line pull”. It is generally recommended to add 30% to the working GVW. (for a Jeep with GVW of 6,700, you would want a winch with 8,000 lb of working load capacity). Winches come with different lengths of line. These different lengths have positive and negative aspects, but a good compromise for most applications is 100 feet on the drum and a 50 foot extension packed with your off-road tools. Winch ropes come in wire and synthetic rope, each having positives and negatives. All of these factors, plus many more, determine if your selected winch will perform best when you need it most. If your Jeep has a winch already, thoroughly understand its capabilities before you are in a situation your winch isn’t suited to handle. Jeeps are fun, practical, and hard-working off-road vehicles. The options to upgrade and customize Jeeps are endless. When you are considering any of these upgrades for your Jeep, thoroughly research the options, positives and negatives associated with each of these systems. All of these components can be added, subtracted, and substituted based on your particular needs. Fortunately for Jeep owners, there are more options available than ever before! FlexBilt Customs can help you understand your choices and put together a comprehensive plan for modifying your Jeep!

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  • Custom Shop for Trucks & Jeeps

    Floor Mats & Liners FlexBilt offers custom fitted WeatherTech floor mats and liners for your truck, Jeep, SUV, or car. Also, we offer other brands including Husky, AVS, and private label. All of our floor mats must pass the commercial grade requirements or we don't offer it! Our floor mats have a digital accurate design giving our customers absolute interior protection. Digital laser measurements of your specific vehicles interior offers a consistent perfect fit for protection that can handle the most roughest conditions. All of our floors mats and liners carry a 3-year warranty. If it fails, we replace with no questions asked. Sort by Quick View 2019-2022 Chevrolet Silverado/Sierra 1500 Front Floor Mats | Weathertech Price $129.95 Add to Cart

  • Custom Shop for Trucks & Jeeps

    Customization & Modification Options FlexBilt Customs welcomes all trucks, Jeeps, SUV's, and even most cars that are looking for customization or modifications completed. We are a turn-key operation that can work on most 4x2 and 4x4 vehicles. Below showcases our most popular services we provide to our customers, commercial clients, and dealerships. Please contact us or give us a call. We are known for providing a quote and options that match your budget and ultimate look you are striving to achieve for your truck, Jeep, or SUV. Lift Kits FlexBilt Customs offers suspension lift kits as well as body lift kits. Take it up a notch or two with a kit that will make your truck, Jeep, or SUV look meaner and perform better. Tonneau Covers Tonneau covers for your truck are available in a lot of different styles - from accordion to fold back, to even velcro. FlexBilt tonneau covers are available at any budget. Leveling Kits Air Lift or Lowering Leveling kits are purchased by those who want their front and rear tires to be level with one another and/or to fit larger tires. FlexBilt has a wide variety in stock. From Air Lift to Vixen to Firestone, FlexBilt installs multiple brands to lower your vehicle or give it a much smoother ride when towing. Air lift kits start at $500. Bed Liner & Mats If you use your truck bed everyday, a heavy duty thick rubber mat maybe is all you need. We carry both the rubber flat mats and the complete plastic liners. Spray-in Bedliner Raptor Liner is one of the most versatile and strongest spray-in bedliners in the industry today. FlexBilt has a FT professional installer that can prep and spray almost anything. Racks & Roll Bars FlexBilt will assist you in your buying decision on a roof rack or roll bars in your bed on your favorite truck. We have multiple brands and styles to choose from. Truck Tool Box Whether you are looking for the traditional tool box for your truck or one of the new side or full designs, we have your covered. Black, chrome, or even custom Raptor Lined in 16 different colors. Bull Bars FlexBilt Customs carries all of the top bull bar brands for your truck or SUV. From chrome to flat black to even custom painted bull bars, we have what your are looking for. Headache Racks Whether you want a headache rack to protect your back glass on a truck or you want one to make your truck look mean, headache racks are one way to really dress it up. Hood Protectors Lund hood protectors are one of the most popular brands in the industry for one reason - durability. FlexBilt carriers almost every make & model and can even Raptor Line the hood protector before being installed. Fender Flares Bolt on, riveted-on, or even epoxy fender flares are all available on the market today. Based on your make, model, and year, we will guide you in what we will feel be the best for your vehicle without breaking the bank. Paint & Body FlexBilt Customs has a full-service 29' long professional paint booth and body shop. We do not do insurance collision claims but focus more on individuals needing paint on one of their favorite vehicles! Mud Flaps FlexBilt sells mud flaps for your truck or Jeep that does NOT require drilling. The majority of the mud flaps we carry screw in to your existing rear wheel well. Vent Visors Some folks call them smoker vents but we call them vent visors that let's the hot air out of your truck or Jeep while keeping the rain out. It dresses up your exterior while Winches Whether it’s an agile trail Jeep, a work truck, or something in between, Warn winches are at the top of class and will help you go prepared for whatever lies ahead. Painted Calipers Painting your calipers a bright color with new wheels makes your truck or Jeep stand out in the crowd. From red, purple, gold, and even baby blue, we can make your brake calipers stand out. Hitches & Towing From 7-pin trailer connection to full towing packages, FlexBilt will install the hitch that is optimal for the kind of towing you do on a consistent basis. Wide-Body Kits Whether you want a custom body kit specifically made for your vehicle or just extended fender flares installed, FlexBilt has the experience and options you are looking for in your price range. Undercoating We preserve the underbody of your vehicle. Whether it has surface rust or more serious rust, we get to the bottom of it, fix it, and then spray your undercarriage with GraviTex - one of the best undercoating spray on the market today. Alignment FlexBilt offers full-service alignment on most cars, trucks, and SUV's. With one of the most elite Hunter Alignment machines in our shop, you can rest assured that your vehicle will drive straight as it should. No appt necessary. Floor Mats & Liners Whether you like Rough Country fitted floor liners, WeatherTech, or a cheaper alternative, we have the floor liners you are looking for in black, tan, grey, and some specialty colors. Powder-Coating Through a partnership with Southeast Coatings, LLC, FlexBilt has powder-coating capabilities at our main shop location in Opelika. Whether you need your lift components powder-coated or any other accessory for your truck or Jeep, we can do it. Light Bars & Pods Whether you want just a few pods in the front or rear of your vehicle to a very extravagant set up with light bars, pods, after-market fog lights, FlexBilt has you covered with over 100 combinations of exterior lighting IN STOCK! Fabrication From our in-house welders to a few of our more specialized contract welders, FlexBilt can make what you need to complete your project. From new floor pans tack welded in or a plasma cut project, we can do it. Regular Maintenance Whether it is an oil change, brake job, or simply one of our 21-Point inspections, FlexBilt can service almost any vehicle. With one of the largest selection of Liqui-Moly oils & additives, we can service both your gas or diesel engine! Underbody Lights Being a full-service dealer of LEDglow, we offer underbody light kits, wheel well lights, actual round wheel lights, interior lighting, and truck bed & tool box lighting...in over 1 million colors controlled by your phone! We get a lot of questions on what we can do (all of the above!) but here's is what we do NOT offer: Window tinting, certain cab lighting, HEMI Conversions, Gears & Drivetrain, transmissions, custom made lift kits purchased by the customer.

  • Custom Shop for Trucks & Jeeps

    Paint Calipers Service FlexBilt Customs offers custom painted caliper service for vehicles that have brake pad calipers on all four wheels. Our full-service caliper paint is made to withstand high-heat and can be painted in almost any color your choose including paint matching your vehicles main or secondary color. ​ Why paint your calipers? If you have wheels that stand out, seeing an old rusty caliper in the background can take away the clean look your tires and wheels present. Painting your calipers also keeps your calipers from aging since 90% of the calipers on the market today rust fairly easily. FlexBilt has multiple colors to choose from but note the most popular colors are red, silver/chrome, gold, white, and blue. Also, please note that painting your calipers requires FlexBilt to remove your caliper, thoroughly clean them with brake cleaner, primer, and the paint. The entire process for four wheels takes close to three hours. ​

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