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9000 miles on 38s on a 2 door , all street and highway , 38s on a Gladiator 1300 miles , both wearing in fine and look amazing. They actually do surprisingly well on the highway and I have a heavy foot.
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9000 miles on 38s on a 2 door , all street and highway , 38s on a Gladiator 1300 miles , both wearing in fine and look amazing. They actually do surprisingly well on the highway and I have a heavy foot.
Please post pics of your Gladiator! I just traded my JLUR for a Gladiator Mojave ;-)
 

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You got rid of that beautiful Mojito?
Yea it was hard to let it go...but I got $46k on trade for it when I paid $42k for it three years ago almost to the day. The dealer sold it within a day for $52k! I almost pulled the trigger back in October so I am glad I waited. The Gladiator really is perfect for me and I have wanted one since they came out. A utility/offroad trailer was not in the cards so the Wrangler was a bit of a compromise. Here are a couple of pics of the big day:

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Yea it was hard to let it go...but I got $46k on trade for it when I paid $42k for it three years ago almost to the day. The dealer sold it within a day for $52k! I almost pulled the trigger back in October so I am glad I waited. The Gladiator really is perfect for me and I have wanted one since they came out. A utility/offroad trailer was not in the cards so the Wrangler was a bit of a compromise. Here are a couple of pics of the big day:

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Yup , definitely a hard deal to pass up. Mojave looks real good. I’ll post up some pics on the Gladiator forum I have the Mojave as well .
 

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Holy shit man I love this! I have so many questions but don't want to derail the thread lol.

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Many thanks, I’m actually putting it up for sale , pm me for any questions on the build .
 

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Many thanks, I’m actually putting it up for sale , pm me for any questions on the build .
How did you end up getting them to balance?! I got the 35s and 6/12oz beads didnt give me much luck. When i got the tires removed i found the beads were sticking to the sidewalls.

my new wheels are going to be here in acouple weeks so i want to find a better way to balance them.
 

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Buddy of mine trying to sell me a set of these at a great price. Can’t decide. I’m a realtor so I drive a lot! Currently running the Baja boss 37 12.5. Rubicon gears have been fine thus far. Y’all running stock gearing with these 38 13.5 XS’s?

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9000 miles on 38s on a 2 door , all street and highway , 38s on a Gladiator 1300 miles , both wearing in fine and look amazing. They actually do surprisingly well on the highway and I have a heavy foot.
What do these measure mounted on the jeep?
 

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How did you end up getting them to balance?! I got the 35s and 6/12oz beads didnt give me much luck. When i got the tires removed i found the beads were sticking to the sidewalls.

my new wheels are going to be here in acouple weeks so i want to find a better way to balance them.
Standard weights worked
 
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