November 27, 2022
Jeep Gladiator Overhaul

ExtremeTerrain Transforms a Stock JT for Spring

PAOLI, Pa.  – Off-road parts authority, ExtremeTerrain (XT) releases a new video in its “Throttle Out” YouTube series. Hosted by XT’s Merideth Evasew, the latest episode sees a stock Jeep Gladiator overhauled for spring. With 20+ parts installed, the video shows Jeep owners how to achieve a trail-ready rig that is also stylish and comfortable for the street.

The video begins with a look at the truck pre- and post-wrap which immediately adds to its rugged look. The mods begin with the stance. Merideth adds a 2.5-inch lift along with a new set of wheels and tires. Moving on from there, viewers see the gradual transformation with each new modification. These include new fenders, a full-width bumper, LED headlights, tubular adventure doors, a tri-fold tonneau cover, step sliders, and much more. Merideth explains the reasons behind each choice, and how it adds to the overall heavy-duty aesthetic she is after.

“The Gladiator might be a pickup truck, but a build like this really highlights that it still has the soul of a Jeep.” – Merideth Evasew

XT’s new “Throttle Out” episode turns a stock Gladiator into a head-turner with 20+ upgrades. Each choice is clearly explained so that Jeep enthusiasts gain inspiration for their own build. While the Gladiator is relatively new to the market, XT already has a range of aftermarket parts available for purchase on their website. Viewers are encouraged to visit the site regularly to see what’s new.

View it here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/throttleout-february-2021.html

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About ExtremeTerrain

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.