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Minority Choice - Wrangler Gladiator Tuning Example

In the minds of a very few hardcore gamers, the Gladiator is the perfect companion. After all, this vehicle boasts rugged D44 front and rear axles, an excellent 4WD system, extremely tough off-road capabilities, a huge variety of conversion styles, and a rear tailgate that's just the right size.

It's no exaggeration to say that gladiators can be transformed into anything you want them to be.
In today's case, the Summit line of products from the Rebel brand is used in the front bar section, which is not only optimized for protection and passing power, but also short and compact so that it won't interfere with the big modified tires.
A Warn Zeon 12-S Platinum winch is mounted inside the front bar, which is the largest size winch product that can be accommodated on this front bar.
As for the reserved 3.25" square fog light positions on both sides, they are reserved for two baja design four-grain spotlights.
In terms of suspension, the car uses Fox Factory Race Series 3.0 Internal Bypass shock absorbers with TERAFLEX springs, which are derived from the Trophy Truck race track to give this set of shock absorbers extremely strong all-road performance and support high and low-speed compression and rebound adjustments.
As for the task of fixing the raised rear suspension geometry, it was left to the TERAFLEX outrigger kit, especially for off-roaders like the Gladiator that require long suspension travel, which requires additional matching for various chassis components after the raise.


From the smallest limit device to the largest jib linkage, everything should be selected within a reasonable range of product matching.
For the tires, it's still the classic 17-inch XD external anti-detonation rims paired with 37-inch BROADCAST KM3 tires, which, together with the optimized gear ratios, provide good grip under almost any road surface.
For the tires, it's still the classic 17-inch XD external anti-detonation rims paired with 37-inch BROADCAST KM3 tires, which, together with the optimized gear ratios, provide good grip under almost any road surface.
For an off-road vehicle that needs to "go on an expedition", the range is directly linked to the survival time in the field. The addition of a secondary fuel tank not only means doubling the range, but also means that you can rely on fuel to generate electricity, expanding the outdoor survival space. (This vehicle comes with a 220v discharge device)
This is the modified Gladiator, is it your favorite?
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