We Built an Overland Jeep Truck: Does it Kill a Trail Boss Silverado in Moab? (Video)

Can our Mopar-modified Jeep truck take a beating?

2020 jeep gladiator rubicon moab trans america no pavement needed shakedown

If you are following our “No Pavement Needed” 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon build, you know that we have recently made many upgrades to the stock Jeep truck. Our goal is to turn it into a serious “military style” overland rig that will be able to cross the country off-road via the Trans America trail.

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We will be featuring two trucks in our “No Pavement Needed” video series. The second truck is our 2020 Ford F-250 “Super Tremor”, but it is not part of this Utah shakedown. Roman and Tommy set their sight on the beautiful Moab, Utah with the Jeep, and they brought our 2020 Chevy Silverado 1500 Trail Boss along as well.

Can the stock Trail Boss keep up the modified and lifter Gladiator? Let’s find out! The Gladiator Rubicon is setup with a 2-inch suspension lift from Jeep Performance Parts. It’s wearing steel wheels and 35-inch BFGoodrich KM3 tires. It also has a new bumper with a WARN winch, extra off-road lights, and a snorkel. How can it be beat?

Check out the video for all the off-road fun and to see what happened.