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  • Sea7
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    Good vehicle! I owned one kind of this when I stayed at my Thai condo here 2 years ago. One of the best

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  • Mrgc
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    Hi Guys,

    I have recently bought a WH/K overland 2010 here in australia and I will be building it to look like the mojave, i have a few questions;
    • i know the suspension is the 4" superlift but what is the part numbers for the front bilstiens and is teamed up with the 5160 rear shocks
    • does it have the factory front springs or other brand.
    • what is the actual tyre brand/model/size that was on the mojave, my research show 33", 34" 305/70/17, 305/75/17...
    • was the diff ratios changed if not is it recommended so you dont lose any power
    • with hidden winch bracket is there a template to help cut out the inserts into the bumper.

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  • AEV Dave
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    No we milled that part out IIRC.

    dh

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  • mikskillz
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    Originally posted by NHWK05 View Post
    It shouldn't, the only thing that is different is a lack of a door it still retains the gas cap.
    makes sense

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  • NHWK05
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    Originally posted by mikskillz View Post
    that doesnt screw with any sensors?
    It shouldn't, the only thing that is different is a lack of a door it still retains the gas cap.

    I personally have no idea if a TJ or JK filler neck will work that's a question for the AEV guys that build the Mojave.

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  • Mr. Boh
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    Got it, that makes sense. Always learning something new.

    So a TJ fuel bezel will fit on a WK? Is that what you guys used Dave or did AEV custom fit something to fit the WK?

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  • mikskillz
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    that doesnt screw with any sensors?

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  • AEV Dave
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    Interesting history, "real" Jeeps don't have fuel doors so that Jerry cans can be used easily.

    dh

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  • NHWK05
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    Because it looks cool. Alot of people with WJs ZJs and a few WK people put TJ fuel bezels on and delete the door. Looks bad ass to me.

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  • Mr. Boh
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    Was just looking thru some older pictures of the Mojave. Was there a particular reason why the fuel door was removed?

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  • mikskillz
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    he's on the jeepgarage.org forum

    i'm very jealous of the hidden winch

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  • AEV Dave
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    sweet! I miss that thing, one of the better vehicles I've ever owned.

    dh

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  • Jdemonto
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    One of the best looking WK's ever

    Jason

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  • JeepinJon
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    Looks like it is in Cali now. I know I really liked the way their yellow WJ looked. I used to see it at the grocery store in Missoula all the time and I am sure I left a puddle of drool around it a time or two.

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  • offroader613
    started a topic The Mojave lives

    The Mojave lives

    Just found these on Jeepsunlimited.com.... http://www.jeepsunlimited.com/forums...d.php?t=514650





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