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  1. Pictures of 37’s on your gladiator

    I have 20,000 miles on my Patagonias and they are at around ½ tread wear. I plan to 'wheel And drive them to near bald before replacing them as I do with all of my tires.
  2. Pictures of 37’s on your gladiator

    38x13.5r17s on the trail last week
  3. $7000 = Mopar Lift + Wheels/Tires!?

    Full build sheet - 2019 build notes The Build Sheet 4.5” EVO Enforcer Overland $1,160 https://www.northridge4x4.com/part/4-5in-lifts/3063s1-evo-manufacturing-4-5in-enforcer-overland-lift-kit-stage-1 Fox 4.5-6” Rear 2.0 Shocks $162+162...
  4. So far, how many states has your Gladiator been?

    So far, only California and Arizona.
  5. EVO 4.5" / 38" desert trail Gladiator build

    My wife had so much fun, she's asking when our next trail trip is going to be.
  6. EVO 4.5" / 38" desert trail Gladiator build

    Last weekend on the trail After nearly 2 years and 20,000 miles, the Patagonias are still holding up really well, as to can see. The EVO rear springs have settled and are completely level. Flex is very, very good as is the ride on the trail and highway. I am considering the long arm...
  7. Project Riot 2.0 - EVO 6.5" lift on 40s

    I didn't know that Steer Smarts made a sector shaft brace! Gotta get me one!
  8. Mounting 38s

    You may have to look at a 4Wheel Parts or similar.
  9. TJ's Crawler/Overland Build

    Your information about the mounting and brackets was super informative. Thank you!
  10. EVO 4.5" / 38" desert trail Gladiator build

    How do you like the setup? Is that your final lift height? @Pow_wagon
  11. EVO 4.5" / 38" desert trail Gladiator build

    The floorboard was up to my chest. Had to climb inside. These photos are deceiving. Earlier today at Anza Borrego State Park
  12. EVO 4.5" / 38" desert trail Gladiator build

    Cocos Corner - November 2006
  13. Project Riot 2.0 - EVO 6.5" lift on 40s

    I can't wait to see what trails you will do! I have been on my 38" Milestars since January 2020 and have 10k miles on them. I love my Gladiator and I'm sure you probably forgot that you ever owned a JLU by now.
  14. EVO 4.5" / 38" desert trail Gladiator build

    The Fox 2.0s are comfortable on the trail and the street, but in the whoops, they literally pogoed - something I never experienced in a 4WD before. I was not impressed at all.
  15. EVO 4.5" / 38" desert trail Gladiator build

    RTI flex with EVO lower front/upper rear and stock driveshafts.
  16. EVO 4.5" / 38" desert trail Gladiator build

    I agree, but a 40" tire requires a Dana 60 front/rear combo and we're talking $10k+. Wife wants her Jeep at the end of this year, so not able to do tons at the moment. Saturday at the Truckhaven Training Center


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