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Picked up my 392 about a month ago. So far I love it. It's just so special when it roars to life. Makes noises that a Jeep shouldn't make.

I wanted to send it to AEV, but I'm not patient enough to wait for it. So I ended up putting the package together myself. Just finished up this weekend.

Build includes:
AEV RX Front Bumper
AEV Rear Bumper and Tire Carrier
AEV Driving Lights
Baja Designs S8 front amber light
Baja Designs Squadron rear light
Method 703 wheels in Matte Bronze (17x8.5 +0)
BFGoodrich KO2s in 37x12.5-17
Clayton Overland+ 2.5" lift
Fox Performance Elite 2.5" shocks
Apex Chassis tie-rod and drag link (to be installed)
Fox ATS Steering Damper (to be installed)

This is my 4th Jeep in 2 years, and so far my favorite.

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Looks good! Hope to see it around CT sometime soon. I'm still waiting on mine to be built, ordered 1/31
 

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Looks good. I love the AEV rear bumper and carrier
 

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What area of CT? Looks great! You might get confused for TrailRecon’s new 392 with the red and bronze method wheels. I have the 703s as well and love them!
 

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Gold wheels look good on the red.
 
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Thanks all! Has been a fun build so far. Trying to keep it clean and usable.

Need to figure out next steps for the build - getting my fridge in the back as well as the air compressor under the seat. Lots to do still!

What area of CT? Looks great! You might get confused for TrailRecon’s new 392 with the red and bronze method wheels. I have the 703s as well and love them!
Located in Stamford, CT.
 

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Thanks all! Has been a fun build so far. Trying to keep it clean and usable.

Need to figure out next steps for the build - getting my fridge in the back as well as the air compressor under the seat. Lots to do still!



Located in Stamford, CT.
Hi from Fairfield! Killer build. I love the red and bronze combo.
 

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Looking good! :like:

I saw “hybrid” in the title and assumed someone had lost their mind trying to turn the 392 into a hybrid somehow lol.
I thought the same thing, and was like, "That could be really cool!" You could sneak up on sleeping tractors and then rev your engine really loud, causing them to tip over! (I'll wait and see who gets this reference..."
 

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I thought the same thing, and was like, "That could be really cool!" You could sneak up on sleeping tractors and then rev your engine really loud, causing them to tip over! (I'll wait and see who gets this reference..."
 

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I thought the same thing, and was like, "That could be really cool!" You could sneak up on sleeping tractors and then rev your engine really loud, causing them to tip over! (I'll wait and see who gets this reference..."
Hmm.. Starting to wonder if I should drop that bit from the title.
 
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In person, how close is the bronze 703 to the 392 sticker scheme? Great looking build!
It's a bit darker, but you'd really have to be nit-picky to notice as it's only on the stickers (and the pop of the red distracts your eye). The front and rear tow hooks were removed with the new bumpers.
 

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Hmm.. Starting to wonder if I should drop that bit from the title.
lol you are going to have some head scratchers for sure, maybe "Project 392 - The Piecemealed AEV Build"

 

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