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Unread 01-03-2010, 10:07 AM
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[*]First units will probably be delivered in Sept at this point.

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Have any J8's been delivered yet?
Has the first production run started?
I live in Detroit area. Would it be possible to come take a look at one being assembled or complete?

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Unread 01-03-2010, 06:37 PM
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Not yet, we are hopefully just about there.

You can see one at our Walled Lake Facility if you call first to make an appt.

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Has there been any testing comparing the J8 factory snorkel to the AEV snorkel?I noticed that the AEV J8 have the heat reduction hood but still have the snorkel,just curious what thoughts are on the two.
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J8s have totally different airboxes and it would require retrofitting a JK 2.8L airbox to run the AEV Snorkel. I think its possible but haven't tried.

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"Wheels are 17x8 steel wheels 5 on 5.5. Brakes are Dodge Ram."



what calipers and rotors are they? 1500?

What unit bearings do these use?

and are any of these parts available? I am looking at converting my 44 that i have to 5 on 5.5 this would be the ticket!!

thanks!!!

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