Eco Diesel Sport:
- 2" Mopar
- 3/4" daystar spacer in front
- 1.75 wheel adapters
- 37x12.5R17 Milestars
- 20% tint
- Rubicon rock rails
- Katzkin Leather interior with color matched gray inserts and white stitching
More mods to come, could not be happier. Rides and drives great!
You can have them calibrate it for the larger tires or you can buy a tuner and do it yourself. If you buy a tuner you can use the other features included with the tuner. Most people go that route for that reason. If you dont calibrate it your trans shift points and speedo will be slightly off.
I was installing my Mopar lift specific to the eco diesel and noticed that the instructions for the springs are not clear. In the attached image below you can see each spring has a part number that is associated with a RF, LF, RR or LR indicating the orientation in which to be installed on the...
I did my mopar lift this past Friday and added the 3/4 inch daystar spacer to take about 50% of the rake out. The lift came out great and rides really good. The 37inch milestars are awesome. at only 73lbs my wheel/tire combo is only 100lbs and they are very quiet at highway speed for a mud tire...
I have only had my truck for a week and have driven it about 650ish miles (city, backroad and highway) here is what I have learned about the regen.
- Nothing about regen status has ever been displayed on the Jeep gauge cluster, you need an aftermarket monitor to see all of the regen activity...
I bought a cheap metal one and was going to mount it but then decided not to drill into anything so I actually have the Banks mount with the suction cup. I couldn't find a JL or JT gauge pod anywhere online, otherwise I would have done that. We'll see how it holds up.
Sure! It is the Banks iDash Super gauge (https://www.bankspower.com/i-2591-banks-idash-1-8-supergauge-universal-can-stand-alone-for-all-2008-obdii-can-bus-vehicles.html#!) # SKU: 66560 Super easy install: plugs right in OBD II port under the steering wheel. I routed the cable up behind the dash...
I purchased a Banks iDash for my Diesel Gladiator last week. I love it. I can monitor the boost pressure, Regen status (Off, Passive or Active), DPF soot load %, and a ton of other stuff. Really worth it, especially because I do a lot of city driving.
Thanks for posting this! I can't find a gladiator with the mopar lift and sport fenders anywhere. I was nervous about if the sport fenders would rub or look funny and now I am sold. These pictures are great! Nice rig!