American Adventure Lab fender light kit

  1. Martindfletcher

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    Never mind my tazer FW is too old.
     
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    You beat me to it! Was just typing "check firmware!". ;)
     
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    I ordered mine last week and they arrived today. I was missing the remote that comes with the RGB set and emailed AAL.

    They immediately responded via email AND phone, with the part guaranteed to be delivered in 2 days. Excellent customer service and a great group of guys to talk with!!!
    I will definitely be looking forward to their upcoming innovations.
     
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    Worked like a charm with proper FW.
     
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    #65 Jul 1, 2019
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    this, i cannot recommend AAL enough. the service has been incredible.

    its a shame some folks chose to rip off his design and profit from it.
    im looking at you @Quake LED
     
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    I absolutely love the AAL High Line LEDs. They are insanely high quality and look better than the stock LEDs. I used the Taser to eliminate the hyperflash and couldn't be happier with them.

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    I did choose to use the extra screw they provided in the kit to secure my front fender.
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    Top notch outfit for sure. One recommendation is to buy their optional hardware kit. It doesn't take much longer to install but is insanely stout and the fenders wont be going anywhere

    Brett
     
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    Thoughts on whether the AAL inner fender kit and High Line LED's would clear 35's on stock JLUR? By clear I mean at flex..not just street. Cheers.
     
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    Did you watch their video?
     
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    Thanks, I found it
     
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    These are 37s with AAL kits, with Artec inner fenders
    it all rubs a scooch when disconnected

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    So would it be safe to say with a 2 1/2" lift all would be ok? How about the rear? Thanks
     
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    i havent personally seen it, but its pretty safe to assume with stock control arms.

    on mine, the rear inner fenders rubbed on the first bump. all that had to come off asap.
     
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    Thanks. I was wondering about the Metalcloak 2 1/2". Just trying to stay as low as possible but without any rubbing.
     
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    id say try it without a lift first. you can always add one later.

    i really like mine low and stable
     
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