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    So we will be doing a road trip, I want to be able to share on the forum, but dont want to break rules.. I am very intrested to see what fits the JT from the JL... I am happy to no longer own a Tacoma Not that it was a bad truck, just hard to do anything with
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizzard005 View Post
    So we will be doing a road trip, I want to be able to share on the forum, but dont want to break rules.. I am very intrested to see what fits the JT from the JL... I am happy to no longer own a Tacoma Not that it was a bad truck, just hard to do anything with
    Oh hell no, No road trips postings allowed. That's rule #1. Most likely everything from the cab forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizzard005 View Post
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    Thank you.... Hope too meet some of you on the trail....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizzard005 View Post
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    Was joking... I believe trips are encouraged. Everybody likes photos. Just don't post up GPS locations and maps to trails and you'll be fine. Have a great trip. Looking forward to seeing it.

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    We are planning on doing a 50 state road trip as soon as we get the Gladiator.[/QUOTE]

    That Island state may be a tough one. Unless the Launch Edition has the amphibious package. But then again you may win the $100,000 and could ship it over and back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seahawkfan View Post

    Was joking... I believe trips are encouraged. Everybody likes photos. Just don't post up GPS locations and maps to trails and you'll be fine. Have a great trip. Looking forward to seeing it.
    Oh I know, you jeeprrs are more interesting than Tacoma people lol
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    Been waiting for years, Long time Tacoma Guy switching to the Jeep side! At last!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wizzard005 View Post
    I am very intrested to see what fits the JT from the JL... I am happy to no longer own a Tacoma Not that it was a bad truck, just hard to do anything with
    It has a bed, 1600 lb. payload, 7650 lb. tow capacity. That’s different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizzard005 View Post
    Oh I know, you jeeprrs are more interesting than Tacoma people lol
    And us Wayalifers are more interesting than other Jeepers!
    Whether or not you do coilovers or springs with shocks of whatever brand, I'd look at EVO for the long arms if you go that way. I was wondering about tire size in general on the Gladiator. For trails where you need ground clearance for breakover angles, how big do you need to go? I remember it being talked about on a JK Experience video once that on a 2 door, a 35 inch tire is good enough as a 37 on a 4 door. That is because of the wheel base. So does that mean on a JT you need 40's to be equal to those set ups? I'm sure it'll do great no matter the tire size on most normal trails, but this is a question that will need attention for anyone building one of these. Mel Wade's Moab trip should give us a clue as he'll be one of the first to do it. That EVO build is going to be sweet!

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