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Maybe a little off topic but I have a 2016 Wrangler. I don't drive it much (still less than 12000 miles) but I noticed that I usually get a wave back from jeeps with soft tops or lots of obvious mods. That's kind of understandable. I have never ever, not even once, gotten a wave from a Wrangler with body colored fenders.


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This weekend's modifications:

Bestop Convertible unit that replaces the Freedom panels
Nerf Bars so short girlfriend can get in
Line-X spray in bed liner.
Cthulhu Graphics (made by a friend of mine with a vinyl cutter).
Shoulder Armor.
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Saweet! They are nice vehicles! I had a 2018 Erangler JLU sport but now...


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If you want items to toughen your new Jeep up check out the following web site. BTW, take a close look at that Black Jeep with the orange stripe. You'll notice it only has two doors and a very short roofline. That's because it's a JK Pickup conversion that has a 392 Scat Pak Hemi under the hood.

https://aceengineeringandfab.com/

Point is you may want to get a lottery ticket, because the options you have to personalize your Jeep are nearly endless.


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Love it!!! Show the after pictures ~


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What steps are those?


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They are "Nerf Steps" - https://n-fab.com/nerf-step-sy.../2020/jeep/gladiator
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Cthulhu Logo in Windshield:
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Decked System


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Interesting, kinda like a small pickup truck and a Jeep had a drunken one night stand, and aren't sure if they liked it or not...
 
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I was thinking of going with the Molly racks in the bed of mine. I like your wheels!


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Sorry Rolan, don't like this at all. Jeeps should have 7 slot grill!
 
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Are those o.e.m. tires ? Or did the dealer swap those in ?





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Yeah, keep a good tire rotation regimen with those tires.

We bought a 2013 Tundra with big Wranglers. The ride(vibration) was to much. I put two new Michelins on the front, 95% of the problem solved.

The tires were 75% worn, unevenly at that.
 
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Cheese N rice ! YouTubers love this ..... Vehicle. As do the aftermarket parts peddlers.





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That is a really nice looking vehicle. I haven't seen one in person yet, but I may to visit the Jeep dealer to take an up close look.
 
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Are those o.e.m. tires ? Or did the dealer swap those in ?


Those are the 33's that came with the truck.




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Have you found the 'flip flops' Easter egg on your Gladiator yet? I was dusting mine off yesterday, Sport S, and found them.


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I like it. Eventually I could see myself getting one. Me and wife are almost empty nesters. It seems like the perfect vacation car. I love the new rooftop tents, add one if those and you could probably rarely need a hotel. Sleep anywhere. Tow one of those little kitchen/storage/whatever fifth wheel thingy and you are set. The price tag scares me though. I’m a cheap bastage and that doesn’t look cheap. Lol

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Have you found the 'flip flops' Easter egg on your Gladiator yet? I was dusting mine off yesterday, Sport S, and found them.


Yes urbanwarrior238, and the "Jeep" Logo on the headlights, Windshield, the "♥ 416" in the bed for the Area Code where they are made. That's why I put the Cthulhu on the Windshield.



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