The stock JK rearend housing is much stronger than the front, so no extra gussets or sleeves were needed. You can see the AEV track bar lift bracket, which maintains a fairly level track bar angle even at the lifted height. As with the front, progressive-rate coil springs and application-tuned Bilstein 5100’s keep the chassis stable, even when there’s mayhem below. You can see the Pure Jeep evap canister relocation bracket above the rear axle, tucking important and expensive emission-control hardware out of harm’s way. American Overland Expedition (AOE 4x4) in Laguna Hills, California, installed the suspension, bumpers, winch, lights, and evap canister bracket on Steve’s JK.