2020 Hellcat Jeep JT Gladiator "Spartacus" For Sale
Power Products Unlimited
5204 E Broadway Ave
Spokane, WA 99212
This is our 2020 Jeep Gladiator build. It is heavily modified and ready to adventure. This vehicle went directly from the dealer in Michigan to America's Most Wanted 4x4 to get its transplant. We knew we wanted to help this build stand out from the rest and we wanted to delete the anemic V6. We decided to upgrade to the Hellcrate 700hp Hellcat engine. This was pared with an 8HP75 out of a Ram truck and adapted to the factory Rubicon 4:1 tcase. AMW's integration of everything into the Jeep Gladiator platform is completely seemless. After receiving the Gladiator from AMW we started our transition to get it ready for SEMA where it would be showcased in the JKS Manufacturing booth with their new JT J-Venture 3.5" kit. We upgraded to the JFlex control arms and the Fox upgraded 2.5" shocks. With the suspension out of the way we started in on some of the body mods, we began with seperating the inner fender liners from the Rubicon fenders and added the Artec Industries fender support brackets. This was to allow us enough up travel for the suspension with the 40" Nitto Trailgrapplers. To help keep all of the crud and road grime out of the engine compartment we added a set of Gen Right Offroad aluminum inner fender liners. Out front we added the high clearance aluminum Gen Right Offroad front bumper with a Warn Zeon 10-s winch and two Baja Designs LP6 driving combo amber lights. These lights have the low beam wired into the factory foglight switch and a relay to allow high beam to come on when the high beams are engaged. The other lights added were a set of Baja Designs S1's in wide cornering on the a pillar for better lighting off to the side of the vehicle for night wheeling. Out back we added the Gen Right Offroad aluminum rear bumper and modified the factory bed protection armor to work with the Gen Right bumper. Our goal here was to add the lightest components we could to the vehicle to hopefully keep the weight down so the vehicle would perform as best as possible offroad and at high speed. We are extremely happy with the results. The only other mods done during this phase was the addition of Bartact seat covers in O.D. green, an ARB twin air compressor mounted under the passenger seat with an Innovative JK compressor mount, and color matching the red Rubicon grill to the O.D. green exterior accent colors. From here we mounted up the Nitto 40x13.50r17 Trailgrapplers on a set of BattleBorn Bootlegger beadlocks to get it to the show. Upon its return we knew the factory axles were on borrowed time with 700hp on tap under the hood and 40" tires so it was time for the axle upgrades. Sitting in a crate just waiting for us was a set of Dyantrac axles. An XD60 front with and ARB locker and 5.38 gears, out back was a ProRock 80 with 40 spline shafts an ARB locker and 5.38 gears. while we were there we upgraded the steering to a PSC hydraulic assist as well as the next level of JKS manufacturing suspension. We added their new coilover front suspension with Fox 2.5" coilovers and 2.5" air bumps. The improvements over the previous rendition were astronomical. Its ability to absorb bumps and rocks at speed was drastically improved and the overall usability for anything from getting groceries to hitting some of the hardest trails in Moab were astonishing. This is the version that is currently up for sale. You will be more then happy with this vehicle as a daily driver or a dedicated adventure vehicle. If you have any questions or would like to come check it out contact us to coordinate. We are a 15 min drive from Spokane Intl Airport and will gladly pick you up. Thank you for taking the time to read this.