A 4XE Mystery to Solve

Chris Hall

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I’m looking for anyone with inside knowledge on what this name badge is all about. The running theory is that this may have been the original name of the Wrangler 4XE. It would have been 4X4e instead of 4XE. Note that the e looks a lot like the e on the 4XE only without the two prongs on the left side of it. Note also that the color around the e is green instead of the blue we know and love.

Here’s the backstory. I have been trying to order 2 additional 4XE logos for my Jeep. I plan on removing the Wrangler Unlimited stickers and replacing them with 4XE logos. I was given a part number but that part ended up being a smoke instead of a chrome. That part number in the Mopar catalog is 68412009AB. So I thought maybe I would order 68412009AA to see if that was the chrome version. But this is what I received.

Anyone that knows the back story, please send me a message. Really interested in what this is.

#wrangler #jeepwrangler4XE#wrangler4xe #4XE #4X4e #mystery#jeepmystery
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VNT

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I think they wanted to call it the 4x4 Kickback, kind of a shot at Ford and US taxpayer but decided 4XE was more green.
 

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I was just wondering the other day why they went with 4xe (four-by-e) and not ex4 (e-by-four). 🤷‍♂️
 

360linux

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Can someone confirm the part number for the 4xe badge in smoke? I like the idea of adding to my rig and my Jeep badge is in smoke

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