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Full rack is even better! I'll look for it on your web site.

Thanks for the reply.
Here ya go! This was right at SEMA.





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Really liking that XPLOR bed rack. Thought I was going to go with another brand, but now I'm leaning in the Rebel Off Road direction.
 
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Really liking that XPLOR bed rack. Thought I was going to go with another brand, but now I'm leaning in the Rebel Off Road direction.
If you have any questions we'd be more than happy to educate you on all the features and potential that our Full and Half Racks offer. Give us a call tomorrow 866-900-8841 and any of our staff would be more than willing to go over everything with you. I would suggest asking for Taylor as he's had both the Full and Half on his Gladiator.

I've also provided a video of his JT when he was equipped with the full.


A video Adventure Rigs Mag did with us.

 

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^^ Thank you very much! I'm just getting into overlanding. There's some great gear out there, but sheesh, it adds up fast. I'm wanting to get a good rack and rooftop tent and trying to not spend more money than I need to. Not quite ready to buy, but I appreciate your information.
 

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WOW! Those are some great pic's. Looked like tons of fun. Thanks for the Jeep Porn!
 

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If you have any questions we'd be more than happy to educate you on all the features and potential that our Full and Half Racks offer. Give us a call tomorrow 866-900-8841 and any of our staff would be more than willing to go over everything with you. I would suggest asking for Taylor as he's had both the Full and Half on his Gladiator.

I've also provided a video of his JT when he was equipped with the full.


A video Adventure Rigs Mag did with us.

Called this morning and ordered the XPLOR full rack. Steve was very helpful. Really looking forward to bolting on that rack and putting my roof top tent on top!
 
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Called this morning and ordered the XPLOR full rack. Steve was very helpful. Really looking forward to bolting on that rack and putting my roof top tent on top!
That's fantastic to hear! Please drop some photos here once you've installed the rack. We love to see them on customers Jeeps. Thank you very much for your purchase.
 

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I'm curious if on your Moab adventure you drove Elephant Hill in the Needles District in a Gladiator. I'd love to know if the longer wheelbase of the Gladiator made it more difficult, and if you were able to squeeze through that super narrow section on the way to Devil's Kitchen.

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I'm curious if on your Moab adventure you drove Elephant Hill in the Needles District in a Gladiator. I'd love to know if the longer wheelbase of the Gladiator made it more difficult, and if you were able to squeeze through that super narrow section on the way to Devil's Kitchen.

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We didn't visit that trail and I'm not sure if we have before. The last two trails we did were Metal Masher and Pritchett but we didn't take the Gladiators with us.
 

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We didn't visit that trail and I'm not sure if we have before. The last two trails we did were Metal Masher and Pritchett but we didn't take the Gladiators with us.
Thanks. I'll start a new thread and see if anyone here has taken a new Gladiator over Elephant Hill.
 

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Thanks. I'll start a new thread and see if anyone here has taken a new Gladiator over Elephant Hill.
I would bet it will fit in the narrow spot. I remember there being enough room from when I drove my JK through it. I have also seen a video of an H2 that made it through. The switchbacks at the beginning would be more difficult, but I think you’d be OK...
 

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I'm curious if on your Moab adventure you drove Elephant Hill in the Needles District in a Gladiator (reserved permit ahead of time). I'd love to know if the longer wheelbase of the Gladiator made it more difficult, and if you were able to squeeze through that super narrow section on the way to Devil's Kitchen.

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I just did Elephant Hill last weekend and camped a night in Devils Kitchen. We did optional SOB hill (2nd pic) to get to the Chesler Park Loop Trail too. Highly recommend that hike.

No issues for us. I had my wife spot me on the Devils Pocket but wasn’t necessary. I have a Rubicon, 37s, 5.13s, and 3” lift.

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