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03-30-2012 11:22 AM
team38tim Outlawjk, thanks for the info any other front driveshaft concerns?
03-30-2012 10:48 AM
OutlawJK
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Is anyone running the AEV 3.5 inch lift on a 2012 JKU?? If so any issues with the front driveshaft while wheeling off road? Also can get away with just using an exhaust spacer or do you need to fab up a new crossover pipe? Any help would be appreciated.
I used the AFE crossover pipe, but AEV shows to have the local muffler shop make a droop in the crossover of the stock exhaust.
some threads about it on thier forums,

some people say the spacers work some say they still have contact with the spacers

also make sure you move the evap over to the left a couple inches
or it will damage the rear drive shaft boot,
very easy to do just drill a new hole in the shield
03-30-2012 09:15 AM
team38tim
Help with AEV 3.5 lift

Is anyone running the AEV 3.5 inch lift on a 2012 JKU?? If so any issues with the front driveshaft while wheeling off road? Also can get away with just using an exhaust spacer or do you need to fab up a new crossover pipe? Any help would be appreciated.

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