Thought I would introduce myself and the company i represent
My name is Adrian and I work For Kahn Design over in the UK www.kahndesign.co.uk we are a design studio that specialises in vehicle creation, taking the normal to the next level creation.
I know we are not going to appeal to everybody out there, be a boring world if we all did wouldnt it?
But A.Kahn has a big passion for JEEP and has created various components for this superb vehicle and the global brand that is JEEP and is recieving excellent feed back from JEEP securing a long partnership.
Please let me know any thoughts good or bad
Thanks for your time
I will let the pictures do the rest
Again thank you, hope to get some feedback from you guys
Hey Adrian! Nice jeeps you have there! I like what you are doing there. I love the quad exhaust because it wouldn't interfere with a hitch or wheeling. I also really like how you have red gauges. Personally I would have gone with smaller wheels and more rubber as its better off road but your rigs seem pretty set up for street so they look good. Keep up the good work!
Any chance you will make one that is specifically for off road? Maybe lift, 15/16in rims, 35's, winch, bumpers
Thanks for the positive feedback guys really appreciate it
Yes we cater for the street look but wont rule anything out in the future, we have had great success globally with Kahn Range Rovers, and A.Kahn has a passion for JEEP so this is obviously been driven into this great brand.
We can supply all accesories and detailing for you guys, anything from the Side Steps, Dials, to Military LED Headlamps, Military Smoked Headlamps and side repeaters, to the leather, ...or even the complete car
What do you guys think to these
thansk again guys, have you any suggestions for us?
My KAHN shipment just arrived last night, got 5 black wheels (rims), LED strip lights and the LED military head lamps. I haven't installed the lights yet but I'm loving the new look of my black jeep! Keeping it classy.
Hey, good stuff! There are not many street-look accessoires for Jeeps (logically, though), so it's nice to see a new vendor.
The led's above the bumpers are nice. Especially for the huge european bumpers. Do they provide any functional light?
What size are the rims on the pictures? 19's? Quite like the pattern (although it will be pita cleaning them) but wonder if they're still nice with more rubber around it.
What kind of LED headlight do you use? There have been quite some discussions about LED headlight. How much light do they produce and does the wiring harness need to be changed as well? Does Kahn provide you with all the parts or do I have to bring my Jeep to you?
As for the 'neon'/led's pointed towards the ground; that's an absolute no-go imho. And I'm quite sure I'm not alone...
Adrian, Kahn Project, or anyone,, I need some help.. I got the LED strip lights from Kahn store but they are thicker and wider than than the space between the front pumper and the body of the car, what do you think i can do to fit them in like the pictures Adrian attached on this thread?
Wow, I completely missed your original post. Ive seen other Project Kahn stuff on Range Rovers etc. and supercars. Just last week I saw your Jeep projects and wondered where to get the LED headlights and LED strip lights.
Curtisguy: "Is the 2.5 inch TF lift any good? Just concerned I'd lose ride quality going with the cheap option like that."
kjeeper10: Ch..... Cheap?
For Europe this look will go over well. Being a wheeler I don't personally understand or like it but lowering a jeep and putting street tires on is what they do over there a lot.
I had the pleasure of attending the very last jeep fest with my 01 tj while I was stationed at raf Mildenhall. Saw some interesting rigs to include a 6 wheeled cj7. It was interesting.
Some of the extra lighting you guys see is bc of the fog light requirements for the uk. I had to add them to my tj to be street legal over there.
While u don't personally like the street look for my purposes, they do look nice. The market for the street look just isn't as strong in the us as it is in Europe. I'm sure there are people here who would go for it though.
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Nice pics. Like the dark wheels, exhaust and LED strips. The "European" JK bumpers still don't do it for me. The thinner side walls won't do that well off road, but they have a nice look with your set-up.