Gladiator

walkerhoundvm

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Cave Creek
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AZ
Someone bought more than they could afford:

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/wvl/cto/d/palo-verde-2020-jeep-gladiator-rubicon/6957283512.html

2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon

This Jeep is flawless as it’s brand new. It’s fully loaded white with tan leather interior. Save on dealer fees; private party sale. This Jeep is loaded. They are so nice to drive. I don’t need help selling this. It has been garaged since I have brought it home. Has a lot of upgrades including cargo cover for bed. The rubicon has many different options so I have taken a picture of the window sticker but can’t find the one that had cargo bed cover. You aren’t going to get this rubicon off the lot for this price. It has never seen dirt situations changed that forces sale. It’s an awesome Jeep!
 

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Moabite

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Moab
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UT
I've "scramblerized" my Gladiator. It's now a 2-seater. I removed the back seats and built a flat floor with storage underneath. There certainly is a lot more room back there than behind the seats in my Scrambler. My 63-qt ARB fridge, which was powered by an ArkPak with a 100Ah LiFePO4 battery in my truck, took up more space than I wanted so I picked up a 40-qt. Dometic with their compact PLB40 Lithium battery pack...fits great and leaves plenty of room for other gear. I found it strange that there is only one 12-volt receptacle in the Gladiator...but two 115-volt AC receptacles.

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ag4ever

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Richmond
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TX
Its not bad. I actually like the wheels....not sure how "covert" he is in a bright red Gladiator though.
“Covert”

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I’m not a big fan of this family. They bought the ranch next to my deer lease near Llano, and they have been less than nice. They are a very anti-hunting group of people (at least those associated with the adjacent ranch).

I do like the rims though.
 

53D Scrambler

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Hampstead
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NC
“Covert”

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I’m not a big fan of this family. They bought the ranch next to my deer lease near Llano, and they have been less than nice. They are a very anti-hunting group of people (at least those associated with the adjacent ranch).

I do like the rims though.
Hmmm.....17 years in the Marines have skewed my perspectives. How in the world could Covert be someone's family name and not mean the practice of concealing ones identity or intentions.
 

ag4ever

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Richmond
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TX
Hmmm.....17 years in the Marines have skewed my perspectives. How in the world could Covert be someone's family name and not mean the practice of concealing ones identity or intentions.
Covert is not how they act on the neighbouring ranch, more like overt.
 

surfjeepzx

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Wilbur by the Sea
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FL
“Covert”

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I’m not a big fan of this family. They bought the ranch next to my deer lease near Llano, and they have been less than nice. They are a very anti-hunting group of people (at least those associated with the adjacent ranch).

I do like the rims though.
Line the fence posts between the properties with bull skulls and deer antlers. See how they like it then
 

designerRob

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Allen Park
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MI
They are way longer... looks like the Scrambler's front bumper is even a little behind the Gladiator's.
According to wikipedia the Gladiator is 218"'s long while the Scram is 177"'s. Difference of 41"'s or 3 feet 5"'s. :eek: Quite a bit wider as well, 73.8"'s vs 60"'s, over a foot.
 
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