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Thread: VIDEO : The EVOLUTION of the Jeep GLADIATOR into a BIG & BADASS TRUCK

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    For a 4 door it looks nicer than I ever thought it wood.
    I'd still like it in an Extended Cab with a longer bed jacked up on 40"s with the heavy gear....Even MORE Awesome !

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    Take My Money!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    It'd been about a week since Cindy and I were last down in SoCal and while we really should be heading out to Moab right now, we were dying to see how the EVO Gladiator was coming along and so, we decided to make a slight detour to the south. Needless to say, I'm super glad that we did because what we saw was nothing short of amazing! In this short video update, you'll get to see how just how much Mel and his crew were able to transform a basic JT Sport into an awesome, big and badass beast on 40's and complete with roof rack and tent and in just about a week. We hope you enjoy and hope that you'll check back soon to see it released into nature.



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    there is no question , that is a good looking truck.
    Jeep- Adult version of lego

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    Holy Shit that looks bad ass.

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    Mother of God..

    Excited to see this in action!

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    That looks great! Enjoy your trip !
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    Hard to believe they fabbed, painted and installed all of that in such a short amount of time. Unreal.


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    Amazing build in such a short time frame!
    2012 JKUR, Evo 4" DoubleD w/5100 Bilsteins, ATX/37" Toyos, VKS Fab bumpers, 4:88's, RCV's, MetalCloak fenders **SOLD**.
    2014 JKUR, Evo 4" springs w/Fox 2.0 shocks, Fuel Vector wheels/35" Patogonia MT, 4.10 gears, PS Bruiser bumpers, Engo 10k winch

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    Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
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