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Old 07-10-2019, 11:45 AM
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Can a Stock Jeep Gladiator Survive Broken Arrow Trail in Sedona?

WARNING: This video may cause you to cringe. If you don't want to see and hear a brand new Gladiator acquire some fresh battle wounds, don't watch this video.


Once again, we took our brand new, 2020 Jeep Gladiator JT Rubicon out to test it out and see how capable it is off road. This time, we explored Broken Arrow Trail in Sedona, Arizona. This time, we learned some lessons.

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Looks like you all had some fun! Thanks for showing the ride. Yes it looks as if a bit of a lift will help with the longer wheel base.
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