AEV 2.5"

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How is the bowing on the front springs?A lot of people with the mopar lift had to get a set of correction pads from RK or other company to fix the Bowing issue.
I used correction pads as well, no issues so far.
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Hello everyone,
This lift kit come in one label ( package ) if not how many packages ?
 

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Hello everyone,
This lift kit come in one label ( package ) if not how many packages ?
I believe mine came in 4 boxes it might depend where you buy it from. They may put everything in one large box.
1- 4 shocks
1 - Hardware, jack base, procal
1- Springs
1- geometry correction brackets
 

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Hey guys I’ve been going back and forth on the AEV lift. I just sold my JKU with a 4 inch Superlift. Have a JLUR on the way. I know Superlift isn’t talked much on here but i liked the look of it because it sat so tall with 37s

How tall is the AEV 2.5? I’ve read just about everywhere that it’s more like 3.5 if you don’t load the truck up with all the extra weight. Def want comfort which AEV seems to provide. But looking tall is a big thing for me

Also AEV recommends BFGs for tires, anyone running anything else on this lift? I know BFGs run small and I’m all about height. Also light tire with not much road noise would be a plus
 

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Hey guys I’ve been going back and forth on the AEV lift. I just sold my JKU with a 4 inch Superlift. Have a JLUR on the way. I know Superlift isn’t talked much on here but i liked the look of it because it sat so tall with 37s

How tall is the AEV 2.5? I’ve read just about everywhere that it’s more like 3.5 if you don’t load the truck up with all the extra weight. Def want comfort which AEV seems to provide. But looking tall is a big thing for me

Also AEV recommends BFGs for tires, anyone running anything else on this lift? I know BFGs run small and I’m all about height. Also light tire with not much road noise would be a plus
You will get 3-3.5” depending on which Jeep. I run 35x12.50 Nitto ridge grapplers I’ve seen people run 37’s. I didn’t because it’s an everyday vehicle.
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Another 650 miles driven on my new AEV 2.5” lift. With respect to on road performance, I can without any reservations say that it is levels better than my the OEM JLUR set-up, which I had driven over 14K miles for n the past 7 months.

It is smooth and very responsive. No noticeable body roll going through the curves in the high and low deserts. It handled all the road imperfections easily and comfortably. Interstate driving at 75 to 80 mph with a very relaxed hand at the 7 to 8 o’cLock position on the steering wheel.

Very pleased with this lift!
I know this is an old post but any idea what the loft is measured at the roof line?
 

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Here is a thread I found where @voland and @Kurt0 are using both geometry brackets and longer lca’s.
https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/fo...ection-brackets-for-2-lift-recommended.48550/
I’d reach out to them for specifics or maybe they will chime in.
I have my washer set to the 2.5-3 inch lift. I won’t know if this is enough or not until my alignment scheduled late May.
would you say aev or rock crawler adventure series lift for blasting through the dunes
 
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