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    I like what they’ve done. They will do well with the type of people that are buying JL’s.


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    Nicely done by AEV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    I like what they’ve done. They will do well with the type of people that are buying JL’s.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NFRs2000NYC View Post
    "Whatchoo mean these people"
    Nappy headed hoes.


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    License Plate?

    Where the heck is the license plate supposed to go on the rear bumper with that fold down step? It looks like a ticket just waiting to happen! If it mounts to the bumper part...you could swing the step up and cover it. If you mount to the step...you could forget to swing back up into place! I'll figure it out...I am loving AEV's gear for the JL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris1374 View Post
    Where the heck is the license plate supposed to go on the rear bumper with that fold down step? It looks like a ticket just waiting to happen! If it mounts to the bumper part...you could swing the step up and cover it. If you mount to the step...you could forget to swing back up into place! I'll figure it out...I am loving AEV's gear for the JL!
    It goes on the the step when it folds back up it’s over the AEV logo.


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    2018 SEMA AEV Blue & Yellow JL Wranglers

    My brother has an AEV bumper on his pickup, and it is very strongly built. I’ve never been a fan of their JK bumpers, though. Seeing that stubby on the JL in the video, I have to say, it looks pretty nice.

    Edit: My brother has an ARB bumper, so never mind. I’ve never seen one in person.

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    Dave the owner does things his own way and there is a reason his products work so well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toyotire View Post
    Dave the owner does things his own way and there is a reason his products work so well.
    Cool story.


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    The new design front bumper looks awesome. Nice touch with the LED's under the winch.

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