American Expedition Vehicles
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 07:03

OffRoad Xtreme SEMA Coverage of AEV Products

David Chick of covers the 2014 SEMA Show and American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) new Ram truck and Jeep JK Wrangler products.

As it turned out, two items were of special interest to the off-roading crowd, and reflected the company’s growing interest in Mopar applications: a raised air intake system for Cummins trucks, as well as the new differential cover for Jeep Wrangler Rubicons.

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American Expedition Vehicles will be attending this year's SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center on November 4th-7th. Last year, we debuted our AEV Ram Concept truck which featured a host of prototype AEV Ram components. This year, we are proud to announce that many of those products are now a reality and will be showing up at dealers shortly.

In addition to an awesome 470hp 6.4L HEMI-powered JK350 outfitted with our ultra-refined Filson leather package, we will also be showcasing an all new AEV Ram show truck build aimed at the ultimate adventurer! This jaw-dropping 2015 Ram 2500 features AEV’s Front Bumper, 3” DualSport Suspension System, Raised Air Intake System, High Clearance Fender Flares and 17x10 Katla Wheels wrapped in massive 41” Super Swamper IROK Radial tires. Not to mention the awesome Aussie style tray bed, 66 gallon fuel capacity and manual transmission to go with that coil sprung Cummins.

New products for this year include bumpers, suspensions, wheels, raised air intake systems, differential covers and more. Stop by booth #31175 in South Hall to pick up a copy of our all-new 2015 Parts Catalog and to check out all of the new and exciting products that are on the way for both the JK Wrangler and the Ram truck.

The combination of Cummins low-end torque, aggressive trail tires and huge ground clearance was almost unstoppable — and the view was amazing. We were literally looking down on the rooftops of passing Jeeps.

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As part of that "complete vehicle package," the AEV Ram has been lifted three inches in front and two in the back, in order to give it a level ride. The suspension tweaks don't end there, though, as the geometry has been changed and custom shocks fitted, while AEV modified the truck's steering to make it more precise.

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All told, the AEV Ram Concept Vehicle features new suspension system that provides a three-inch lift, 40-inch tires and a stamped steel front bumper that’s able to support a 16,500 lbs winch.

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Wednesday, 06 November 2013 00:00

TopSpeed 2014 Ram 2500 Concept By AEV

AEV fitted 40-inch-tall tires under the Ram with a three-inch suspension lift. The result is a heavy-duty truck that’s still usable around town, but can handle any off-road challenge thrown its way.

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Aside from the heavy-duty shackle mounts, the bumper also incorporates a quarter-inch steel wing mount and is ready for 6.5-inch integrated off-road lights. Like we said -- all go with very little show. Though, admittedly, it does look good.

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