My Gladiator on 40's Build before and After

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Looks good, what kind of lift did you go with ?
 

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Did you regear or what I have the gladiator rubicon with 35’s and it shifts all the time I don’t see how it pulls 40’s without struggling
 
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Did you regear or what I have the gladiator rubicon with 35’s and it shifts all the time I don’t see how it pulls 40’s without struggling
an 8 speed is always going to be shifting because it has so many more shift points to go thru. Ironically mine shifts less often because it never has a need to go all the way to 7th or 8 th speed. It pulls hard, I'm happy
 
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I really like your rig, but how many times do you need to make a new thread about it? Not trying to be a d*ck, but.......
Not planning on anymore threads, I did them all within a two day window I guess to get it all out of the way and maybe contribute ideas to others for their builds. I've always had questions and its been nice in the past to study others and maybe now I can pay it forward with the simple questions like, do you have to regear, what lift fits 40's, how is the power...etc....etc....etc....
https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/forum/threads/jeep-gladiator-rubicon-on-40s-for-5-000.26287/
https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/forum/threads/jeep-gladiator-on-40s-crushing-car.26286/
https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/...diator-to-dealer-to-prove-it-cost-less.26380/
https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/forum/threads/skyjacker-4-5-build-on-40s-crushing-cars.26337/
https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/forum/threads/skyjacker-4-5-with-40s-crushing-a-car.26336/
https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/forum/threads/skyjacker-4-5-inch-build-on-40s.26334/
https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/forum/threads/jeep-gladiator-rubicon-on-40s-for-5-000.26287/
 

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Yeah and i think it’s all good to share info, just consolidate to one thread and keep everything there. It’s actually easier to find info if you’re looking in one place, not 7.

if you’re worried about thread visibility, or older threads getting lost, updating the thread brings it back to the top so if people want to find it, won’t be too hard.
 

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an 8 speed is always going to be shifting because it has so many more shift points to go thru. Ironically mine shifts less often because it never has a need to go all the way to 7th or 8 th speed. It pulls hard, I'm happy
Right... Its now a 6 speed... :CWL:
 

                           


































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