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    AEV Lift coming soon...

    Anyone else waiting for the AEV Lift?


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    Not That Kind of Engineer olram30's Avatar
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    Hopefully they aren't as stiff as they were on the jk. Any actual reviews on this kit? Parts included?

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    Iím waiting for the front bumper.


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    I'm waiting on their bumpers as well....may have to go the LoD or Warn route instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncb View Post
    Iím waiting for the front bumper.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MSUConrad View Post
    I'm waiting on their bumpers as well....may have to go the LoD or Warn route instead.
    I really like that front bumper too, who knows when it'll be ready to purchase and probably a pretty penny, but it sure is nice

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    I think aev is over rated and over priced. And i dont remember their suspension kits doing anything particularly well. Then they pawn harsh ride lack of articulation on ďits an overlanding kitĒ . I remember it being a go to for well off people not knowing which kit to get during the JK era.

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    They just listed their spacer kit which looks pretty good. Iím also really interested in the new procal. It uses some kind of override that goes from the OBD port to some bay in the glove box and doesnít require you to remove the security plug-in like the taser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobycarolanNC View Post
    They just listed their spacer kit which looks pretty good. Iím also really interested in the new procal. It uses some kind of override that goes from the OBD port to some bay in the glove box and doesnít require you to remove the security plug-in like the taser.
    Whereíd you see that about the procal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobycarolanNC View Post
    They just listed their spacer kit which looks pretty good. Iím also really interested in the new procal. It uses some kind of override that goes from the OBD port to some bay in the glove box and doesnít require you to remove the security plug-in like the taser.
    You can use Z Automotive's Double Bypass to plug the Tazer in elsewhere. Thats what I've done on mine so I dont have to leave it in the under dash OBD port.

    https://zautomotive.com/product/double-bypass/

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    Been Around the Block scoobycarolanNC's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverbullet88 View Post
    Whereíd you see that about the procal?
    Itís on the aev product page. It even comes with their hockey puck lift

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