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Unread 10-20-2009, 08:54 PM   #16
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40s with 4" lift
Anyone know the member of this rig? I would love to see more pic's. This thing is awesome

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Unread 10-20-2009, 09:08 PM   #17
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I like this GenRight design! Very smart and well thought out.
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Unread 10-20-2009, 09:16 PM   #18
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OMG! .....Uh I don't even know what to say? SIIIIICK!!
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Mama Mia!
AEV BRUTE, Highline with 39's. Guess what? This thing has a HEMI!
1,2,3 wake up! I'm dreaming.
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Unread 10-20-2009, 09:44 PM   #19
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I don't have a LJ but just a TJ but I can offer this. A buddy of mine has been doing a lot of AEV conversions and for the money and the hassle that is involved it just dose not seem like you gain that much over tube fenders and we have done both. Since your LJ is already lifited I would stay away from the AEV and go with tube fenders and crusher corners (got mine for around 1335.00 shipped but for an LJ they will be a little more for the rears and they were direct bolt on with inner fenders on the front and battery tray from TnT customs/Go Treks only had to drill holes to mount up the rears) with the proper tire coverage if that is what is required by the laws of your state and since it is your DD. Plus they in my opinion give more room for tire flex and less metal hanging down than the factory or the AEV ones. The plus side of this also is if you do a lot of off roading the tubes will stand a lot more abuse than the AEV flares up against a tree or a rock. Most people go with the AEV stuff to gain lift before adding one and also for the looks and if that is your thing by all means I am not trying to talk you out of anything because life is to short to go thru it unhappy.If I had the money to do it all over again I would have found an LJ just did not have the cash in 04 when I was used Jeep shopping because in my opinion they are the best looking rigs with a lift on them no matter what you do to them bar none. Good luck on your build
No worries, Thank you ! I welcome all opions and the ones from experience carry more weight with me. I do already have a great set up. I am very happy with my '05 LJ. The Rubicon in my opinion is underated. To get this kind of equipment installed would be expensive and confusing for some. My Rubicon Express lift kit is a 4.5" superflex. I'm only wishing I'd gone with a 5.5" instead. My obsession with an over the top LJ is just that, my obsession. I'll definitely look TnT customs up. The information I'm gathering on tube fenders makes sense. I'm not sure about the tire coverage laws here in Colorado but it's something to consider. I like the way the highline looks but I trail thrash my ride so it's not just about that. I'll install headers and an exhaust before seat cover's anyday!
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Unread 10-22-2009, 07:24 PM   #20
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Anyone know the member of this rig? I would love to see more pic's. This thing is awesome
This is mine, I will have to see if I can upload pics. Gen Right High line kit with the stretch corners 110" wheel base.
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Unread 10-26-2009, 12:24 AM   #21
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Right on! Thanks for responding, awesome Jeep's. I've thought about tube fenders and I do like them. My only reservation is my LJ is still my daily driver. I guess it could still work but PLEASE keep the pic's and ideas coming. THANK YOU!
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I like this TJ's highline set up! They look like 38's,maybe 39's! Awesome.
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WOW! That silver jeep is absolutely amazing anyone got more pics or specs on it???
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Unread 10-26-2009, 12:32 AM   #22
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Right on! Thanks for responding, awesome Jeep's. I've thought about tube fenders and I do like them. My only reservation is my LJ is still my daily driver. I guess it could still work but PLEASE keep the pic's and ideas coming. THANK YOU!
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I like this TJ's highline set up! They look like 38's,maybe 39's! Awesome.
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Whos freaking jeep is this? I have to know!
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Unread 10-26-2009, 08:21 AM   #23
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I have the info and spec's ill post it when I'm in front of my computer.
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Unread 10-26-2009, 03:24 PM   #24
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I have the info and spec's ill post it when I'm in front of my computer.
Thank you! It's a badass jeep
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Unread 10-26-2009, 05:22 PM   #25
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not mine.

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Unread 10-26-2009, 08:10 PM   #26
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Right on dude, very nice! Like the uniflare fender combo thing, On some of my favorite beadlocks! Nice.

Now here's the info I promised to post. In all fairness to the owner, His name I believe is Jason? not sure. I found his posting/thread on AEV's forum. I'm a huge fan of AEV products. Just recently joind their forum and sent him an invite. He's yet to respond so, Jason if you see your spec's here understand pal your popular! We can't wait to share it so here it is.

*** From AEV's forum ***

This is my '02 Jeep Wrangler that is getting a complete make over this winter, and here is the build up as it's coming along. All work is being done by 2 Track Minds Offroad in Flushing, MI www.2tmo.com

Items in Red are being added to this current Build Up:

Engine:

5.7 Liter Hemi - 2008 Dodge Ram 1500

Axles:

Solid Axle Dana 60's w/ ARB Air Lockers
5.13 Gears
CTM U-Joints
Warn Front Locking Hubs
Superior Axle Shafts

Tires & Wheels:

40" Nitto Mud Grapplers
17" Walker Evans Bead Lock Rims

Suspension:

Modified 6" Full Traction Long Arm
16" Fox Racing Shox Coil-Overs - Front
14" Fox Racing Shox Coil-Overs - Rear
Fox Racing Air Bump Stops - Front & Rear
Custom 6" Wheel Base Stretch

Transmisson:

545RFE Automatic

Transfer Case:

Atlas II 4.3:1

Chasis:

2002 Jeep Wrangler TJ Sport

Bumpers:

Overkill Engineering Rock Crawler Bumper
Modified Expedition One Rear Bumper w/ Custom Rear Winch Mount
Custom 2TM Crusher Corners
Custom 2TM Rocker Guards

Roll Cage:

Custom 2TM Full Roll Cage

Additional Items:

AEV High Line Kit
PSC Hydro Assist
Corbeau CR1 Seats
Corbeau Baja SS Bench Seat
Corbeau 5 - Point Harnesses
Ultimate Air On Board Air System
Delta Tech Sky Bar
Delta Tech 550 Series Offroad Lights

Oh and a few more of his pic's
This is my '02 Jeep Wrangler that is getting a complete make over this winter, and here is the build up as it's coming along. All work is being done by 2 Track Minds Offroad in Flushing, MI www.2tmo.com

Items in Red are being added to this current Build Up:

Engine:

5.7 Liter Hemi - 2008 Dodge Ram 1500

Axles:

Solid Axle Dana 60's w/ ARB Air Lockers
5.13 Gears
CTM U-Joints
Warn Front Locking Hubs
Superior Axle Shafts

Tires & Wheels:

40" Nitto Mud Grapplers
17" Walker Evans Bead Lock Rims

Suspension:

Modified 6" Full Traction Long Arm
16" Fox Racing Shox Coil-Overs - Front
14" Fox Racing Shox Coil-Overs - Rear
Fox Racing Air Bump Stops - Front & Rear
Custom 6" Wheel Base Stretch

Transmisson:

545RFE Automatic

Transfer Case:

Atlas II 4.3:1

Chasis:

2002 Jeep Wrangler TJ Sport

Bumpers:

Overkill Engineering Rock Crawler Bumper
Modified Expedition One Rear Bumper w/ Custom Rear Winch Mount
Custom 2TM Crusher Corners
Custom 2TM Rocker Guards

Roll Cage:

Custom 2TM Full Roll Cage

Additional Items:

AEV High Line Kit
PSC Hydro Assist
Corbeau CR1 Seats
Corbeau Baja SS Bench Seat
Corbeau 5 - Point Harnesses
Ultimate Air On Board Air System
Delta Tech Sky Bar
Delta Tech 550 Series Offroad Lights

Oh and a few more of his pic's
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Keep the ideas and pic's coming fella's Thanks!
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Unread 10-26-2009, 08:17 PM   #27
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Thanks! I'll be sure to look in the AEV forums for him, looks like the ultimate ride!
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Unread 10-26-2009, 09:03 PM   #28
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OMG! .....Uh I don't even know what to say? SIIIIICK!!
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Mama Mia!
AEV BRUTE, Highline with 39's. Guess what? This thing has a HEMI!
1,2,3 wake up! I'm dreaming.
wow if I could buy that....
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Unread 10-26-2009, 09:12 PM   #29
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Just a quick question if anyone knows, what brand are the wheels on the 2 red Rubicon in the first post in the 2nd picture, that are grey beadlocks 5 spoke with a yellow symbol in the middle?
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Unread 10-27-2009, 02:45 AM   #30
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They are AEV rims. You can find them on their web page or even on Quadratec.com AEV stands for American Expedition Vehicles. Quadratec had them on sale a few days ago. $250 each! For beadlocks that's a deal!
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