ExtremeTerrain Releases New “Throttle Out” Video
PAOLI, Pa. (April 19th, 2021) – Off-road parts authority, ExtremeTerrain (XT) releases a new video in its ongoing “Throttle Out” YouTube series. In this episode, XT host Sara Riordan targets Jeep Gladiator owners with her top picks for the 5 best beginner mods. With a wide range of aftermarket parts available to Gladiator owners, the new video offers a clear starting point for basic, budget-friendly upgrades.
Sara begins the video with suspension and appearance mods. These include a leveling kit leading nicely into bigger wheels and tires and finally, a tri-fold tonneau cover. Next, Sara moves onto a popular performance mod. A cold air intake is an inexpensive choice that gives back in the form of improved airflow, extra power, and a better throttle response. Lastly, Sara talks Gladiator bumpers. The Barricade front bumper allows Gladiator owners to run a ton of off-road accessories without breaking the bank.
“The Gladiator is back and becoming one of the more popular choices for off-road vehicles. Because of this, the aftermarket support for Gladiator is huge.” – Sara Riordan
“The Gladiator is back and becoming one of the more popular choices for off-road vehicles. Because of this, the aftermarket support for Gladiator is huge,” says Sara. With so many options on the table, XT’s new video outlines 5 beginner mods that are not expensive or over-the-top. In addition, Gladiator owners can head to extremeterrain.com for expert advice, tech guides and more. The new video has been added to XT’s extensive lineup of “Throttle Out” episodes with more to come.
Check it out here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/throttleout-april-2021.html
ExtremeTerrain.com is a leader in aftermarket Jeep Wrangler, Gladiator, Toyota Tacoma and Tundra parts and accessories. Located just outside Philadelphia, PA, ExtremeTerrain provides Wrangler, Tacoma, and Tundra owners with fast shipping and enthusiast-level, award winning service, while also ensuring the conservation and protection of off-road trails. Visit http://www.extremeterrain.com.