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Old 02-11-2014, 04:45 PM   #31
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Loving this build, looks fantastic. Was up at the shop and picked up some JW fog lights in Dec, greatshope and great people there. Was your 2007 JKUR in the shop showroom in Dec? I was looking at it and getting jealous of everything on it!!!

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Loving this build, looks fantastic. Was up at the shop and picked up some JW fog lights in Dec, greatshope and great people there. Was your 2007 JKUR in the shop showroom in Dec? I was looking at it and getting jealous of everything on it!!!
Yep that was her, glad you like the build. You should see it with our new Xventure trailer all outfitted by us! Here's a sneak peak

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No progress with the white JK, this salt will eat the Beadlocks alive I'm afraid. But this past weekend had time to take out the red JK and Xventure trailer. The snow up here in NJ was about 10" deep and layered with ice. It made for a good bit of a challenge but overall was a blast!






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Progress! Could not take looking at a pile of boxes, so I test fit the AEV heat reduction hood and dropped it off at the body shop today! Should be finished Monday (fingers crossed)

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Build thread looks great. Once I get my JKURX I will swing by ok4wd.
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Build thread looks great. Once I get my JKURX I will swing by ok4wd.
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Thanks man! Hopefully this weather breaks and I can get this build started.
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No progress with the white JK, this salt will eat the Beadlocks alive I'm afraid. But this past weekend had time to take out the red JK and Xventure trailer. The snow up here in NJ was about 10" deep and layered with ice. It made for a good bit of a challenge but overall was a blast!


That sleeper looks like a Maggiolina. Which model is it?
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That sleeper looks like a Maggiolina. Which model is it?
It's actually a James Baroud, model Graind Raid XXL. Fairly new to the North American market, but a super high quality RTT company that is now being imported and stocked by OK4WD. These tents are also built in Portugal, not China!
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Hood installed! Love the way it all came together.





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I had some time after work yesterday and installed my AEV Tubeless Bumper and mounted my Warn M8000-s. With the intent of keeping the Jeep looking "OEM Plus", I decided to do a hidden winch setup. The Warn M8000-s is mounted under the AEV Non-Winch Cover Plate. The solenoid box will be relocated to under the hood and controlled by both the future sPod and an under hood "emergency" plug to run the conventional controller. The under hood option also will help with re-spooling duties.

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Bumper installed but winch not yet wired or spooled:



Winch gear assembly rotated to allow better access to "free spool" lever:



All in all one step closer to a finished front end. Next I have to wire the solenoid box and spool the synthetic cable.

On a side note the VisionX fog lights fit perfectly in the AEV Front Bumper.
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Finally had some time to wire my Warn M8000s, almost completely. I decided to relocate the solenoid box to a location next to the battery.

I made custom length 0 gauge cables To connect the solenoid box to the winch itself. Really happy with how the winch looks in the bumper and to clean up the look even more I installed Maximus3 Aluminum filler panels and WOW! They look amazing!





Basically how everything will look minus the Synthetic cable at the moment!



The only wiring visible from the bumper area, these Maximus3 filler panels really clean up the "crumple" area of the frame and all wiring. Simple install involving two nutserts in the factory plastic clip holes and they are in! Yes, they will fit with AEV tube and tubeless front bumpers!



Location of the Warn solenoid box, just need to connect the inputs to my sPod system. Which also needs to be installed... haha it never ends.
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Awesome work my friend! Looking fantastic! Very neat and clean.
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Awesome work my friend! Looking fantastic! Very neat and clean.
Thanks Dave and still have a way to go before I catch you! haha
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Oh thanks now I have the wanties for the AEV hood that looks great!
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Oh thanks now I have the wanties for the AEV hood that looks great!
Got one with your name on it...
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Got one with your name on it...
I will diffenately keep this in mind...
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AEV Rear Bumper

Finally installed my AEV Rear Bumper, AEV Tire Carrier, AEV Black Fuel Caddy, AEV Rear Vision System/CHMSL and Rugged Ridge Hitch Kit.













And all washed up



Hoping I don't get a flat between now and the time I install the lift! haha
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Hoping I don't get a flat between now and the time I install the lift! haha
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Looking great! Keep those pics coming! Don't you just love how seamless AEV builds come together those bead locks rock!
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Wow, that looks great. can't wait to see more
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Looking great! Keep those pics coming! Don't you just love how seamless AEV builds come together those bead locks rock!
It's almost like I've done this a hundred times before haha

I'm stoked how well the ARP bolts worked out in the beadlocks, really changed the appearance more then I expected.
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Looks great and the timing is perfect as I just picked up a White Rubin Unlimited and was looking for some ideas. That is a great show truck for AEV thats for sure! (I assume thats why you went with so many of their products)...

I have the X hood and Poison Spyder bumpers already coming (I worked them and installation into my deal on Monday)... I really love the white / black look.

I am either going to do a 3" Synergy or 4" Currie lift, I haven't decided which one yet.

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Looks great and the timing is perfect as I just picked up a White Rubin Unlimited and was looking for some ideas. That is a great show truck for AEV thats for sure! (I assume thats why you went with so many of their products)...

I have the X hood and Poison Spyder bumpers already coming (I worked them and installation into my deal on Monday)... I really love the white / black look.

I am either going to do a 3" Synergy or 4" Currie lift, I haven't decided which one yet.

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Thanks man and nice Jeep! No its not a AEV show vehicle haha, I just really dig there products. What features have you heading towards a Curry or synergy suspension system? Is this a daily driver?
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Thanks man and nice Jeep! No its not a AEV show vehicle haha, I just really dig there products. What features have you heading towards a Curry or synergy suspension system? Is this a daily driver?
In talking to a lot of real wheeling heads, they both come highly recommended. It's hard to overlook both Currie and Synergy's quality and durability, not to mention their proven track record on the trails.

I'm the type of guy that prefers to buy once, cry once and prefer to spend a little more upfront on known quality and durability, rather than save a little and end up having to do it all over again when stuff breaks.

That said, AEV, Terra RK etc also make great stuff, but listening to some of the guys who have run EMC and KOH they speak very highly of both. My truck is going to be both a DD and fairly frequent off road rig. The DD side makes the AEV really tempting as its my understanding that they really excel in that area.

I really like the Currie AntiRock sway bars on all four corners and JJ's that come with the Currie. This is the setup I am considering Currie Enterprises CE-9807JCE - Currie RockJock® 4" Off Road Suspension System with Front & Rear Antirock® Sway Bars with Aluminum Arms and Front & Rear Trac Bars for 07-14 Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec I will be going with either the Kings or Fox shocks on either setup.

This is the Synergy which I've told is similar to the AEV in giving you the best of both worlds for DD'ing and wheeling. 3" Synergy Manufacturing 3" Stage 2 Suspension for 07-13 Jeep® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec and 4"
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Its my understanding that like AEV both companies have done a lot of RnD on the geometry side of things which is critical. Would love to hear your thoughts on the subject as you seem to be dialed in on the subject. Since you're in the industry I'm sure that you have researched and been able to try them all so your input would be greatly appreciated.
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In talking to a lot of real wheeling heads, they both come highly recommended. It's hard to overlook both Currie and Synergy's quality and durability, not to mention their proven track record on the trails.

I'm the type of guy that prefers to buy once, cry once and prefer to spend a little more upfront on known quality and durability, rather than save a little and end up having to do it all over again when stuff breaks.

That said, AEV, Terra RK etc also make great stuff, but listening to some of the guys who have run EMC and KOH they speak very highly of both. My truck is going to be both a DD and fairly frequent off road rig. The DD side makes the AEV really tempting as its my understanding that they really excel in that area.

I really like the Currie AntiRock sway bars on all four corners and JJ's that come with the Currie. This is the setup I am considering Currie Enterprises CE-9807JCE - Currie RockJock® 4" Off Road Suspension System with Front & Rear Antirock® Sway Bars with Aluminum Arms and Front & Rear Trac Bars for 07-14 Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec I will be going with either the Kings or Fox shocks on either setup.

This is the Synergy which I've told is similar to the AEV in giving you the best of both worlds for DD'ing and wheeling. 3" Synergy Manufacturing 3" Stage 2 Suspension for 07-13 Jeep® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec and 4"
Synergy Manufacturing 4" Stage 3 Suspension for 07-13 Jeep® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec

Its my understanding that like AEV both companies have done a lot of RnD on the geometry side of things which is critical. Would love to hear your thoughts on the subject as you seem to be dialed in on the subject. Since you're in the industry I'm sure that you have researched and been able to try them all so your input would be greatly appreciated.


I know that this can be a touchy topic, as most people are highly opinionated or really love the system they have chosen. There are alotttttt of choices out there and most are really good kits. I have had the opportunity to install a variety of suspension systems on JK's and working at a shop that installs hundreds of kits, you get a lot of feedback.

Without starting a debate on here on what is best, just think of the suspension system on your Jeep as a pair of shoes.

Lets say you purchase a set of Nike Free 5.0 shoes for example. They are going to be light, agile and really excel when using them for what they were designed for. Think of this type of shoe as heim joints and systems that are "intended" for a special use.

Now if you wore your favorite Nike running shoes everyday to work, going out and lets say wheeling, they might not last the longest without headaches. If your only intent is to use them to run, then by far they will have better performance then a everyday pair of Vans shoes.

But if your everyday life is anything like mine, I will most likely accumulate 100,000 miles in about 5 years and wheel one or two weekends a month. With that said, lets say 100 days off road in 1825 days. For what I intend to do, a highly reliable, street friendly and still very capable suspension system was very important. That is what led me to the AEV product offering, it is equally pleasant to drive to work on a Monday morning as it was to explore Moab the year before.

Hope this helps with your big up coming decision.
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I know that this can be a touchy topic, as most people are highly opinionated or really love the system they have chosen. There are alotttttt of choices out there and most are really good kits. I have had the opportunity to install a variety of suspension systems on JK's and working at a shop that installs hundreds of kits, you get a lot of feedback.

Without starting a debate on here on what is best, just think of the suspension system on your Jeep as a pair of shoes.

Lets say you purchase a set of Nike Free 5.0 shoes for example. They are going to be light, agile and really excel when using them for what they were designed for. Think of this type of shoe as heim joints and systems that are "intended" for a special use.

Now if you wore your favorite Nike running shoes everyday to work, going out and lets say wheeling, they might not last the longest without headaches. If your only intent is to use them to run, then by far they will have better performance then a everyday pair of Vans shoes.

But if your everyday life is anything like mine, I will most likely accumulate 100,000 miles in about 5 years and wheel one or two weekends a month. With that said, lets say 100 days off road in 1825 days. For what I intend to do, a highly reliable, street friendly and still very capable suspension system was very important. That is what led me to the AEV product offering, it is equally pleasant to drive to work on a Monday morning as it was to explore Moab the year before.

Hope this helps with your big up coming decision.

Good analogy... I will probably only put about 5k miles a year on the Jeep for DD and you're probably right as far as the off roading portion though my plan is to do 3 or 4, 3-5 day trips for wheeling etc but we will see what my schedule allows...

And don't worry about the "touchy" with me, I am as anti fan boy as they come (I deal with it a lot in the firearms industry)... I can't stand the fan boy mentality because as you said, there are a lot of great options out there. There is also a lot of junk out there too though.

Maybe the Synergy is the better balance of both worlds though I do know a couple guys running the Currie in their DD and they have been happy. What are your thoughts on the Synergy kit with a set of Kings or Fox? How far are you from the Philadelphia area?
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We have a shop JKUR with the Metal Cloak Game Changer 3.5" kit with the 6 pack shocks. The system really performs well and there Duroflex joints have held up very well while offering amazing flex. I would recommend the kit for someone looking for "more" then the AEV suspension system but would like the reliability of a vulcanized rubber style joint. You are more then welcome to come up to our shop and test drive in the Jeep.

We are located about 10 minutes East of Easton, PA. I went to school in the West Chester area, which was about 1 1/2 hours from here.

And I completely agree about the junk kits out there, we continually remove subpar systems that people install and become fed up with. It is almost just not worth publicly naming those kits without having 100 angry people looking to argue. haha.

Let me know if there is anything I can help you with.
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We have a shop JKUR with the Metal Cloak Game Changer 3.5" kit with the 6 pack shocks. The system really performs well and there Duroflex joints have held up very well while offering amazing flex. I would recommend the kit for someone looking for "more" then the AEV suspension system but would like the reliability of a vulcanized rubber style joint. You are more then welcome to come up to our shop and test drive in the Jeep.

We are located about 10 minutes East of Easton, PA. I went to school in the West Chester area, which was about 1 1/2 hours from here.

And I completely agree about the junk kits out there, we continually remove subpar systems that people install and become fed up with. It is almost just not worth publicly naming those kits without having 100 angry people looking to argue. haha.

Let me know if there is anything I can help you with.
I think you just saved me a lot of aggregation trying to find someone close who knows what they are doing. How long is the instal on the Metal Cloak system? What am I looking at for the installation? Do you guys sell the kit? Do you have a package deal on the purchase and installation? I have heard some really good things about their products also. If I remember the guy from Jeep Labs also recommended it to me.

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