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    Knows a Thing or Two Thegreenmachine12's Avatar
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    Open air Gladiator!

    Went for a ride in a Gladiator with my buddy yesterday. Flipped the top back and even folded the windshield down! Just thought I’d post some pictures.

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    Looks like a good time. Is that as low as the top sits when flipped back?


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    So jealous. Looks great. He already bought tube doors huh ?
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    Can’t do that with a Tacoma or Colorado!


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    Is that really how the top sits when opened? Is there a warning somewhere not to drive above 10mph with it in that position?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear_JKU View Post
    Looks like a good time. Is that as low as the top sits when flipped back?
    Quote Originally Posted by mattfl View Post
    Is that really how the top sits when opened? Is there a warning somewhere not to drive above 10mph with it in that position?
    I know right....wonder who thought this was a good idea...
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I know right....wonder who thought this was a good idea...
    The same guys that hopefully got the rear seat mounts right.

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    I hope it easy to completely remove to put in the box


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    After seeing it next to the beach with it painted yellow and red I can see that being a very functional lifeguard truck.

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