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Old 06-15-2014, 12:14 AM   #1
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Hope you can help me, thank you very much!

JK wrangler lovers, I am from Asia before in my country have a 2 door R, this year came after the United States wants to buy a wrangler, because my English is very poor, so can't very good communication, hope here can find an experienced teacher. This time I want to buy 2 movement of the door is the edition, do you want to be the height of 2.5 inches, so want to listen to everyone's opinions, and see what you have good height suite is recommended.

Q: a) AEV VS TF which is better
b) B5160 VS FOX2.0 which is better
c) What kind of collocation is the best 2.5 inch higher

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The AEV 2.5" kit is nice right out of the box. Just make sure you choose a kit for a 2 door. Also add the front geometry correction brackets. It comes with shocks (5100's)

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I can speak to AEV since I have it installed with the 5100's. I'm very pleased with it and have no regrets on my choice. The difference in ride compared to the factory setup is very noticeable and highly improved. The AEV kit is a very easy install. It all goes together very well.
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Hi linkang, AEV is a nice kit out of the box. Priced well and is a great beginner kit. I like TF too. In my opinion you cannot go wrong. I am a vendor here. Send me a private message and I can see what we can do as far as price goes.

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The AEV 2.5" kit is nice right out of the box. Just make sure you choose a kit for a 2 door. Also add the front geometry correction brackets. It comes with shocks (5100's)

Thank you for your reply, I will slowly learning!
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I can speak to AEV since I have it installed with the 5100's. I'm very pleased with it and have no regrets on my choice. The difference in ride compared to the factory setup is very noticeable and highly improved. The AEV kit is a very easy install. It all goes together very well.
AEV new kits (as if is 3.5 inches) contains 5160 suspension.
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Hi linkang, AEV is a nice kit out of the box. Priced well and is a great beginner kit. I like TF too. In my opinion you cannot go wrong. I am a vendor here. Send me a private message and I can see what we can do as far as price goes.

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The Fox 2.0 shocks are more sophisticated than the Bilstein 5100s, BUT the Bilstein's are tuned for the AEV coils so they will perform better until they heat up.
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AEV new kits (as if is 3.5 inches) contains 5160 suspension.
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JK wrangler lovers, I am from Asia before in my country have a 2 door R, this year came after the United States wants to buy a wrangler, because my English is very poor, so can't very good communication, hope here can find an experienced teacher. This time I want to buy 2 movement of the door is the edition, do you want to be the height of 2.5 inches, so want to listen to everyone's opinions, and see what you have good height suite is recommended.

Q: a) AEV VS TF which is better
b) B5160 VS FOX2.0 which is better
c) What kind of collocation is the best 2.5 inch higher

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