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  1. Arizona Virgin FALKEN WILDPEAK A/T Tire with wheel (one wheel/tire only)

    I just drove through Missouri - I should have brought the wheel & tire with me - we could've met
  2. ARIZONA Check in!

    Recently ran the trail to Crown King...the Gladiator handled it with ease :rock:
  3. Mojave Vs Rubicon - help me decide

    SHOCKing :like: Buy a Rubicon and upgrade the shocks and have it all
  4. 37” spare tire - list of tires that fit under the bed

    I am good with a 4 tire rotation as my tire won’t fit under the Gladiator
  5. Water and Profanity

    Fantastic suggestion for all you hydrophobics
  6. Arizona Virgin FALKEN WILDPEAK A/T Tire with wheel (one wheel/tire only)

    Thanks but no, it doesn't make sense for me or for you IMO. You can buy a brand new steel wheel for under $100 locally
  7. Mojave Vs Rubicon - help me decide

    Who peed in your Cheerios? (Wasn't me) I knew I was taking a "risk" when I posted in the Hallowed Grounds of Mojave threads to ask questions of some folks who are on the Mojave bandwagon. And I get that if you bought it you're defending it unless your trashing it which happens a LOT on this...
  8. 2020 Gladiator Mojave Review: For most buyers, the Mojave will make more sense than the Rubicon [Autoblog]

    And anyone modding a Rubicon will likely upgrade the shocks which will go a long way to improving the Gladiator's performance at any/higher speeds. So, are you a Mojave owner? The fact that you've owned 2 Rubicons and "rarely use the swaybar disconnect" tells me (1) you don't off road much...
  9. Mojave Vs Rubicon - help me decide

    Well, at least you're honest; I think. You've "driven a bunch of old Jeeps," own/owned a Taco, you test drove 2 Rubicons and you bought a Mojave. Not sure why a Rubicon would "dive coming to stop" and your statement insinuates your Mojave doesn't when I understand they have the SAME BRAKES...
  10. Hydraulic Bump Stops - Jeep Gladiator

    Thanks! Lots of companies make hydraulic bump stops. I'm most interested in any, like the Icons, that are designed for the Wrangler
  11. Mojave Vs Rubicon - help me decide

    So you know this how? From doing a test drive or two? From the seat of your Tacoma?
  12. Led off Road lights review

    Thanks guys! :like: :like: I like their simple, clean design. I'm not worried about corrosion as I'd likely rattle can them with either the Granite Crystal Metallic color or the Rustoleum Hammered Black "Galaxy" metallic spray paint (Home Depot) that I like (used it on my Bed Rack, CO2 tank...
  13. Mojave Vs Rubicon - help me decide

    You're an ex desert racer so you'll likely actually use the Mojave as designed. But the Rubicon can be modified to do anything the Mojave can do and still do trails and rock crawling. And many are modding their Gladiators so upgrading the shocks, reinforcing the axles and steering, etc. can all...
  14. Led off Road lights review

    @Jeeperjamie I like what you did - what Brackets did you use? Gotta link?
  15. Hydraulic Bump Stops - Jeep Gladiator

    Over the years Jeep suspension modifications have included bump stops inside the coil springs. So it's not surprising that JEEP/FCA has added them to the Mojave (while reducing content elsewhere - perhaps to save $). This thread is about hydraulic (not rubber) bump stops and the options to...
  16. JTR LE Build Up with No Letdown

    @Discount Tire in Mesa (AZP45 store on Power Road) has been great. I got my 4 Toyo tires and Fuel Zephyr wheels there last year. Preston helped me with great service and pricing (and Black Friday deal and no interest finance was a big perk!). The best choice in wheels and tires (EDIT: and...
  17. 2020 Gladiator Mojave Review: For most buyers, the Mojave will make more sense than the Rubicon [Autoblog]

    I don't agree with this review but it sure helps sell the Mojave. I think the Rubicon is the better way to go. Either staying stock or as a starting point for builds. Not sure if this has been posted in this thread...

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