What did you do TO your Gladiator today?

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I have a 3.5 lift with 38s - there is some blockage but once you turn the wheel, its going to have close to 100% light output.

Also I have a sport so maybe with the rubicon you will be better off bc of wider axles?

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I still haven’t had time to try to fab anything up, but I was looking at your pics again.
Would you have a cleaner line of sight if you mounted the lights under the bracket instead of on top?? Might get more light through.
 

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Big day today....installed the turn signal LED's, and the switchback LED fog lights as well. Love the amber when you push the fog lamp button off, then on again. Last, we installed the Mopar side steps, they look great.


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Who makes the fog lights please?
 

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Installed my Rusty's bed sliders, Voodoo crossbar, and club sticker! :rock:
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tell me more about the rustys rear sliders. It looks like you need both the sliders and brackets if you don’t start with a Rubi, correct? Does the bumper need trimmed if not a Rubi bumper? I definetly like them being able to be used as a step but all in it looks like $600+, which is about half way to an entire rear steel bumper upgrade.
 

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I still haven’t had time to try to fab anything up, but I was looking at your pics again.
Would you have a cleaner line of sight if you mounted the lights under the bracket instead of on top?? Might get more light through.
It would depend on the lights I supposed but it makes sense, what you're saying. My lights stick out past the bracket so I wouldn't be able to put them down there. But if you get shorter lights, I don't see any problems.
 

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installed PIAA horns, Bartact fire extinguisher, got a new room mate for the Jeep that gets better gas mileage and it has 4 more cylinders.
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I know this is subjective, but how are the new horns compared to the stock ones?
 

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I know this is subjective, but how are the new horns compared to the stock ones?
you know I asked that question when I first installed them. I really can't tell the difference other than its a lighter pitch. I don't think its any louder. Its worth just the mod because it was only $59 and less than 20 minutes to install.
 

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