Monthly Archives: July 2013

  • The Best Lift Kit for a Wrangler JK

    I have been in the Jeep industry for many years. There is still one thing that I find unbelievable. Why would someone purchase a $35K to $45K vehicle and then put a $500 lift kit on it?

    Let's see, after rims and tires, your total vehicle investment went from $50,000 to $49,500. was that 1% savings worth the crappy ride quality? There is a reason that all our "shop" vehicles have AEV lift kits. They are simply the best.

    Please don't take this the wrong way. If you want the ultimate off-road machine, there are other lift kits to consider. However, if your Jeep will spend 95% of its time on-road, your should consider an AEV kit. With their scientifically tuned, progressive rate springs and Bilstein shocks, the ride quality is second to none.

    Do yourself a favor, at least drive a Jeep with an AEV lift kit before making your final decision. If you can't find one, come by our shop, we have several...

  • AEV Lift Kits, the BEST you can get...

    If you are thinking about lifting your Jeep Wrangler JK, you need to consider an AEV lift kit. I have been building Jeeps for over 20 years. I have also sold millions of dollars in "basic" Jeep lift kits. There is a MAJOR difference between a basic lift kit and one that is done right. A basic kit will lift your Jeep, that is about it. It will also, most likely, screw everything up in the process. I don't understand why someone would buy a $40k vehicle and then "upgrade" it's suspension with a $500 lift kit.

    My advice to you is to drive a Jeep with an AEV lift kit and then drive a Jeep with another brand. Then, you can make the decision.

    AEV does things right. EVERY one of our customers say that their Jeeps ride BETTER than stock with the AEV lift kit. We work with an alignment shop that understands Jeep geometry and also use the AEV ProCal to get everything in "check."

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