Toledo Plant Photos

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    Starting a new thread to capture manufacturing plant photos and discussions...

    These photos are from the Gladiator Facebook page:

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    Great pics.
     
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    The more I see the black tops on different colored bodies the less I like it. I may end up getting the body color top on mine. I think it looks fine on the Wrangles but not sure about the Gladiator.
     
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    I agree. It works on Wranglers because where the black top ends the Jeep ends. On Gladiators you still have 5 more feet of colored Jeep after the black top and it just looks weird having colored hood/body, black top, colored bed.
     
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    Is the Gladiator built by union workers?
     
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    Very cool. Surprised to see a much less aggressive tire on some of the rubicons.
     
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    There are 2 tires options. Apparently Rubi's in the pic come with the standard all terrains instead of the more aggressive mud tires which is now an option. This is seen in the build section of the Jeep Gladiator though not sure what the price difference is of course. Surprised the all terrains are even an option for the Rubi.
     
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    The Tonneau cover helps with that issue.
    Also besttop has a bed cap concept that helps.
     
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    Looks like those are both road show/dealer demo trucks. They don't offer the all black Rubicon wheels as an option. Probably pretesting for the MOAB special edition that should peek itself around summer 2019. Same thing they hinted at with the Hella Yella at the JL reveal last year.
     
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    I'll respectfully disagree- MTs might be fine down south, but up here an AT option is much better for dealing with wet and snowy roads. We put the same Wildpeak AT's on our JKU-R (replacing some Duratracs) and I have no complaints. In anything but clay, they'll work totally fine.
     
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