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    Jeep Gladiator

    Was just noticing Jeep's site for the Gladiator that they have "borrowed" the Hummer tagline "Like nothing else". Wow, Guess GM didn't trademark that like everything else Hummer.

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    It is a cool truck. Saw it at Indy Auto show.
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    Too many doors.

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    Dont like the rear axle position and all the over hang.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kilroy View Post
    Was just noticing Jeep's site for the Gladiator that they have "borrowed" the Hummer tagline "Like nothing else". Wow, Guess GM didn't trademark that like everything else Hummer.
    I looked around the Gladiator website and didn't see it. If you find it again post a photo.
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    Looks like EVO fixed one of them



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    Wheelbase 3 longer and overall 6 longer VS H3T


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    If you wanted some more overhang, this H3 alpha long edition popped up on craigslight that seems like the right fit. A lot cheaper than the gladiator too!

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    Saw this video of the EVO gladiator responding to the overhang issue.

    https://www.facebook.com/25830982738...7234619617389/
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    I could dig it if Jeep would chop 1 foot out of the length of the bed and give a 2-Door option. This would be the perfect Jeep.

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    Ok maybe not chop the bed, I think it helps the proportions a bit, but definitely a 2-door.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kilroy View Post
    Was just noticing Jeep's site for the Gladiator that they have "borrowed" the Hummer tagline "Like nothing else". Wow, Guess GM didn't trademark that like everything else Hummer.
    RE: the trademark, it may be expired especially since it's no longer in use. Trademarks are not necessarily forever, and they do have to be in use to be protected.

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    That rear overhang is brutal.
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    The rear overhang is a length necessary to put a 35 inch spare under the bed.
    Photos of the underneath here:

    https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/f...ladiator.9005/
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    Let's extend the bed to put the spare under the truck so it can get banged up, punctured and/or mangled. We can even up-sell a spare tire skid plate, Genius! It probably needs one anyway with that overhang. I know I would not want my spare in harms way, because the day I would have to use it is probably the same days its trashed to hell and won't hold air. The good side is there are plenty of Jeepers around to bum a wheel/tire from.

    I suspect anyone who plans on wheeling these will have to rely on a pretty beefy skid to protect the underside of that overhang or will remove the spare from the underside and use a bed or tailgate mount instead.
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