The window screens and covers are an excellent addition. I hadn't seen those before.
Just curious, do you find the Pentastar lacking in the Gladiator? I get the mileage and torque of the diesel are superior but so is the price tag. I also get if you just always wanted a diesel!Update: here is the listing
Located in Colorado Jeep Gladiator Rubicon 13,700 miles (still has that new truck smell) Miles will increase as we use it. Never smoked in 2” Mopar lift plus the standard Rubicon suspension with zero miles 37” KO2 with 13,700 miles on method 701 wheels Also comes with factory Rubicon MT...www.expeditionportal.com
I have some bittersweet news!
Hodor and Bran are on the market.
Reason being, I need to sell the truck so that I can place my Diesel Gladiator order.
I can go about this two ways:
1. sell as a complete truck and camper package.
2. sell just the truck without the camper And swap the camper onto my new truck.
I will be putting together a sale ad soon. If you know anyone that is interested please IM ASAP!
I just saw that 392 Hemi in the JL Concept. Pretty cool... if they can make it work with crash safety? Last fall I was looking at 2500 Ram with the 6.4 Hemi which is awesome, once you get past the mpg. The diesel of course has the added range, which is certainly its benefit.The pentastar paired with the 8speed is surprisingly better than it should be. To answer you though, ya, the 3.6 is not going to blow you away with its torque or power, but it is enough for the trails and keep pace on the highway.
i am really hoping the HEMI teaser is not just a tease. I think I would prefer that over the diesel.
thank you! We generally only use the trails to connect us from Starbucks to the Whole Foods parking lot.Nice work so far. It's refreshing to see folks willing to take a brand new rig off the beaten path!