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Thread: Found a 2020 Gladiator Rubicon Manual trans. - Only options, leather and hard top!

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    Awesome.
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    There seems to be lots of room for passengers... took our JT hunting this fall in the snow and cold... with all the extra gear and 4 people...day- packs... everyone seemed to have plenty of room.

    The truck did great on ice.

    8 speed is great desending icy hills... it really holds back and doesn't let the truck "run away" it did great. That was in 4wd high. I still have not had to put it in low range. The 8 speed holds back so well that it wasn't needed.
    God's area code is 406!
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