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    What's the first mod you've done or will do to your new Jeep Gladiator JT ?

    Let's see some mods or plans of mods for the builds.

    I'm still debating on what will be 'first.' I think for sure it will end up being a decent aftermarket tonneau cover.
    But I also want a sunshade.
    Another thing that we've been happy with on our other Jeeps is rock sliders for PARKING LOTS. Blows me away how many people throw doors open without a care in the world about the vehicle next to them. Well with sliders, they get the ding, not you. We may just do those right off the bat, plus it gives the kids a step.
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    What's the first mod you've done or will do to your new Jeep Gladiator JT ?

    Lift, 35s, kid step rock slider (and I think the same as you for door ding protection). I would love to see a careless person throw their door open into my steel slider!

    I am also planning to ceramic coat it from the beginning to ease maintenance and give it some paint protection.

    Next spring will be winch, OBA, and shade.


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    Did somebody say RockSliders? 🙂 Crap... Re-read the post, it clearly says rock sliders. 😕

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    Not a JT but first mod I did was trimmed.jpg a cheap easy mod I did on my JL was remove the wind things from the front bumper. I think a JT sport would also have them.
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    2" AEV spacer lift and 35 x 12.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJeep View Post
    Not a JT but first mod I did was trimmed.jpg a cheap easy mod I did on my JL was remove the wind things from the front bumper. I think a JT sport would also have them.
    Indeed. I hate those things.
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    Our first mod

    And congrats. Look forward to seeing it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rancho Shocks View Post
    Our first mod

    And congrats. Look forward to seeing it
    Matt
    Amazing shot my friend!

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    1: Warn winch

    2: cut the corners of the front bumper

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    I’m still a few months out from placing an order. I’ve yet to decide on Hydro Blue or Gator Green. I’m also on the fence with getting a diesel.

    But that being said, if I don’t get the diesel, I’ll be using that $5K in savings on mods, the first of which will be a lift and 35s or 37s. I also plan to remove the Rubicon steel bumper, winch, and other modes from my JLU before I trade it in and put it on the Gladiator.
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    Thanks!
    I am 99.9% I took this one, but I was standing right behind our "real" photographer/videographer.


    On a side not, this WHOLE are (WY/MT border) was awe inspiring. Nothing too hard for rigs like ours, (the 2 door JK open on 35" tires I was driving was fun and was "old school" wheeling") but just awesome.

    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Amazing shot my friend!

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