American Expedition Vehicles

Always looking to put its latest wares to the test, the crew from AEV invited a few of its associates from Canada, Germany, Japan, and South Africa, to join them on the R&D adventure.

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After experiencing a friend’s AEV-equipped Unlimited, we opted for an AEV 3.5-inch DualSport RS suspension system that‘s completely bolt on… The AEV parts work stunningly well.

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The AEV JK Rear Vision System utilizes an OEM-validated camera with CCD technology for superior daytime image crispness and nighttime brightness, providing enhanced visibility while backing up under any condition.

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The street ride was supple but stable, with the new coils and gas-charged Bilsteins. The Jeep cornered great. The suspension kept the tires well planted on washboard dirt, and the rising rate springs kept the Jeep ride smooth without bottoming when we hit bigger bumps. There was a definite improvement in both high-speed dirt handling and the ability of the Jeep to traverse comfortably over rougher terrain.

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As you can imagine, measuring DLR directly is not possible with simple hand tools, but the AEV ProCal gets to the right answer in a pretty simple way: they have you measure and input a diameter instead… Bingo. Problem solved. The speedometer now reads spot on.

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