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AEV kits are not really known for their flex-ability but more for their comfort.
To get some extra flex you need things that are able to stretch and not necessarily extra height. So longer travel shocks, extended length flexy coils, extended brake lines, bumpstops and control arms with flexible joints and possibly aftermarket driveshafts.
A Clayton long arm kit or similar would work too.
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4. Aug 2015 - 13:08
No, just the nipple type or even one with the elbow joint. You can be our guinea pig!
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2. Mar 2015 - 10:38
Saw this in the catalogue and thought the same thing. Not too sure about handling the weight though. But for 20 bucks it's worth a try.
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2. Mar 2015 - 09:49
Hi ThatDude, before you drive your vehicle, you need to know that your vehicle it is not a "Full time 4wd" but a "Part time 4wd". This means that 4wd should not be engaged on high traction surfaces such as dry sealed roads. Doing so may result in damage to your drive train.

4H has a 1:1 ratio so no gear reduction so similar speeds to 2wd can be attained. Suitable for terrain mentioned above.
4L in the Rubicon has a 4:1 ratio and is suitable for any SLOW offroading. The 4:1 can be a bit low for sand so a higher gear, 5th or 6th, will need to be used.
4LLC is not a feature of Jeep Wranglers as there is no centre diff. Once 4wd is engaged the transfer case gives a locked 50/50 torque split.

If you have any more question, feel free to ask. I have a MY13 Rubicon.
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13. Nov 2014 - 04:13
No, just the nipple type or even one with the elbow joint. You can be our guinea pig!
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13. Nov 2014 - 02:35
That could work, but you will need the second one with the hose attachment as the JK 3.6 sump plug is angled back.
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15. Sep 2014 - 11:09
If they work as good as they look, then I can't wait.
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14. Sep 2014 - 12:00
The stock diff covers are easily dented when driving or reversing into rocks or other solid obstacles. They are also known to get peeled open when the lip of the cover gets hooked up.
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15. Aug 2014 - 13:21
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Thanks Andrew for the picture. Looks pretty tough. :) I consider my next tyres either again Summit MudHogs (which do an awesome job regarding to last rock climbing weekend) or Desert Hawks 34-inch for a change. :)

P.S.: Once you uploaded a picture you have to click on the little thumbnail. That inserts a placeholder into your comment which is replaced with the picture :)

Posted 6. Aug 2014 - 11:15


The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

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I've had the 34" Desert Hawks XMT for a couple of months. Use them as a second set for offroad. I have been suitably impressed by them and would recommend them. They have a softish compound so correct tyre pressures are needed for even wear onroad.
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15. Aug 2014 - 13:13
AEV kits are not really known for their flex-ability but more for their comfort.
To get some extra flex you need things that are able to stretch and not necessarily extra height. So longer travel shocks, extended length flexy coils, extended brake lines, bumpstops and control arms with flexible joints and possibly aftermarket driveshafts.
A Clayton long arm kit or similar would work too.
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13. Aug 2014 - 12:08
Thanks guys.
I've gone from an NS Pajero to this. Actually my wife still has the Paj. Both great vehicles but two very different purposes.
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Added a new Car to his Garage: Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 2013
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