Any pics of JL with AEV Borah wheels?

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I’ve got Borahs and 37” KO2s on my JK. Thinking about keeping the setup for a JL. Anyone with this setup yet? Thanks in advance.





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I can't help, but those are great looking wheels! I've read AEV wheels may have an issue clearing the rear camera. The offset also pokes them out more on a JL than JK.
 
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I can't help, but those are great looking wheels! I've read AEV wheels may have an issue clearing the rear camera. The offset also pokes them out more on a JL than JK.
Interesting. I don’t mind the offset part but I definitely don’t want issues with the camera. Thanks.
 

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I can't help, but those are great looking wheels! I've read AEV wheels may have an issue clearing the rear camera. The offset also pokes them out more on a JL than JK.
I have AEV Pintlers on my rig have a similar offset as the Borahs (+10mm vs. +4mm). They poke out just a bit... but not bad.

RE: the tailgate and rear camera... The AEV wheel/tire did not touch the rubber bump stop on the tailgate...I was concerned it would not be stable over time. The fitment around the camera was very tight and would work...but it was too tight for my comfort. So I elected to keep the OEM wheel/tire on tailgate, and I simply purchased a spare tire cover.

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The housing around the camera is plastic and aluminum. I used a dremel on mine to shave it down to fit the bore of my aftermarket wheels. The removable camera shroud will cover it all up.
 

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I have AEV Pintlers on my rig have a similar offset as the Borahs (+10mm vs. +4mm). They poke out just a bit... but not bad.

RE: the tailgate and rear camera... The AEV wheel/tire did not touch the rubber bump stop on the tailgate...I was concerned it would not be stable over time. The fitment around the camera was very tight and would work...but it was too tight for my comfort. So I elected to keep the OEM wheel/tire on tailgate, and I simply purchased a spare tire cover.

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This looks awesome!! I love the Pintlers, Borahs, and Saltas.
 
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I have AEV Pintlers on my rig have a similar offset as the Borahs (+10mm vs. +4mm). They poke out just a bit... but not bad.

RE: the tailgate and rear camera... The AEV wheel/tire did not touch the rubber bump stop on the tailgate...I was concerned it would not be stable over time. The fitment around the camera was very tight and would work...but it was too tight for my comfort. So I elected to keep the OEM wheel/tire on tailgate, and I simply purchased a spare tire cover.

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What size tires are you running? Lift?
 

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