Updated - Gladiator EcoDiesel Bottoming Out Poll 2 - Spring Part Numbers

If your Gladiator Diesel is bottoming out, what are the part numbers on your front springs?

  • Never bottomed out - RF - 6376AA / LF -6376AA

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  • Never bottomed out - RF - 6377AA / LF -6376AA

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I cant take pictures, mine are waay in there. Anyway

6376AA both sides. Bottoms Out. Sport S Diesel.
 
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2021 as well, but rolled out in March.
Factory steel bumper? I do. If you have a steel bumper then we essentially have the same weight from the factory. What would be the rationale for them using different springs on our rigs? Something is amiss.
 

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Factory steel bumper? I do. If you have a steel bumper then we essentially have the same weight from the factory. What would be the rationale for them using different springs on our rigs? Something is amiss.
Mine was actually ordered with the plastic bumper. Bottoms out with plastic... Worse with the smittybuilt and winch. But as mentioned before the dealer had a hard time repliciating and could only "barely notice a problem" So I am not even sure if I am inline for getting the TSB or not. Sounds like they didn't actually take measurements, or record any real data when I took it in the last time... not sure if it will be worth pulling the bumper and skids, and slides for them to test again... would have been great if they would have got the info they needed the first time. Oh well, it is what it is at this point... I like the effort of gathering data and collaborating here on the forum, just not confident it will matter in the end.
 

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2020 Gladiator EcoDiesel Here, 80th Anniversary build date 6/21 and have 76AA springs on both sides …

I posted on the other thread that my gladiator has 2-5/8 Uptravel and my wife’s JL has 4-1/8. 1.5 inches is a lot, people pay good money for a 1.5” lift.

Chrysler is useless in all of this. I “thought” I had a resolution but when I called to update them on my findings, the “closed” my case and I have to start over with another “dealer inspection” . Now I am annoyed.
 

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On the right side /passenger / I got 6377AA
For the life of me I can't find the tag on the drivers side - either its missing or it was on the very top of the spring and wedged in the spring mount.
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High Altitude Diesel, I have never seen my springs listed in any of these threads 618AA

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If your Gladiator Diesel bottoms out then please select a poll choice if your part numbers are already listed.
Use this one.
I don’t understand - if going fast enough and hitting big enough hole/bump, I guess any car will bottom out, right? Everybody here drives at different speeds and has different experiences, I think you need to qualify the circumstances better that you are looking for bottoming out
 
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I don’t understand - if going fast enough and hitting big enough hole/bump, I guess any car will bottom out, right? Everybody here drives at different speeds and has different experiences, I think you need to qualify the circumstances better that you are looking for bottoming out
Does your Gladiator (with Diesel engine) bottom out when you hit a speed bump in a parking lot, or a pothole, or crossing a railroad track, at 5-15mph? Yes, it does bottom out and hit the bump stops at low and high speeds.
 

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I have a 21 diesel Rubicon, with factory steel bumper, ordered july, picked up in sept, I dont know the numbers but will get them when I get home. but I bottom out bad but only on the passenger side, hitting speed bumps at 5-10 mph.
 
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