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Thread: VIDEO : EVO UP - The Beginning of a Badass JEEP GLADIATOR Pickup Truck Build

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    Old Timer dillard09's Avatar
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    You could easily tow a CJ5 with one of these

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    You could easily tow a CJ5 with one of these

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    You claim this is a free site, but you have no idea how much money you've cost me between 3 Jeeps... so far

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    After a fun filled weekend of testing EVO's brand new Jeep Gladiator Sport pickup truck off-road, Cindy and I headed down to their shop in Fullerton, CA and to see the beginning of a truly badass build. With less than two weeks before the Moab Easter Jeep Safari, there was a ton of work that needed to get done especially being that this truck will ultimately be sitting on a set of 40" tires. In this short video, you'll get a behind the scenes look at everything getting torn down, see some of the parts that'll be going into it such as an EVO lift kit and a set of Dana UD60 axles and you'll even get to hear some of the other plans that Mel has in store for it. We hope you enjoy and be sure to check back during EJS to see the completed build.

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    Can't wait to get are gladiator been waiting some time now just have to wait for them to release the diesel then we can place are order.
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    That rig is going to be a total BEAST!!!!! Thanks again for sharing!

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    "Nah, this is a Sport. When all is said and done, Mel is gonna try to get this thing built up for about the same cost as a loaded Rubicon. "

    That would be amazing and the way to go^^^

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    It’s gonna be so awesome. I’m going to want one in the next two years!

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    Really enjoyed this behind the scenes video. Thank you!
    I'm more excited to see what EVO comes up with for the Gladiator than I was with the Jeep concepts for EJS. And the Jeep concepts are pretty awesome! I'm like a kid waiting to open a birthday present or Christmas present. Can't wait!

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