What did you do TO your Gladiator today?

JDLouisville

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Wheels and tires.

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rmerkushen

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if I was in the market I would be looking at the AEV' s or the Teraflex wheels. This is going to look sharp once you mount them up.

What do you have like $400 wort of coolers in this shot;)
I like what's parked there... Nice set of wheels. post a pic once its done. I have been eyeing them up.
 

Capt.Grumps1075

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Didn't do today. But got windows tinted. Yeah like em dark. And ordered my Grump stickers in drab green to kinda match the black. Looking at new bumpers. Wish I had took pictures but waiting till I get it at least with the stickers on. Will get em on here soon though
 

Silverslayer

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Added the terraflex 1" spacer upfront. Haven't decided on tire size yet, may end up with the other 1/2" in front and daystar 3/4" in back if I end up going with 285/75 18. After pic is first
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Jeepmonster

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A little DIY project to keep cargo (groceries) from sliding around too much. I used an adjustable/ratcheting cargo bar, but it kept coming off when stuff would slide. Instead of using traditional 2x4, I thought I would try something different. I made wooden I-beams (with help of gorilla glue and wood screws) to make them lighter (not that 2x4's are heavy), but I-beams provide a great balance of stiffness and strength while keeping weight down. The shape makes it easier to grip. I then sprayed it with bedliner. It's cheaper to use plain 2x4, but then, the Gladiator isn't just a truck - it's a lifestyle...
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Blknblu

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Got a set of Rubicon take off tires with under 500 miles on them to put on a set of the basic sport black rims.

Bruce
 

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