We have to admit that Jeep did a pretty damn good job with the new Gladiator. Sure, some people hate on it online. But those are usually the people who complain about almost everything. We even saw where one person said that the bed was too long and it didn’t carry enough. Our math might not be the best, but we don’t know how you would increase the carrying capacity of a pickup bed without making it longer. It just goes to show that you can’t please everyone.

Plenty of people have focused on the length of the Gladiator’s bed. In our first review of the Gladiator, we didn’t have much of an issue with it. After all, most trucks will drag the rear bumper coming off an obstacle. It is just something that you get used to. We had more issues with dragging the belly of the new Gladiator than the bed. The JT has a lot of wheelbase, and it sits pretty low to the ground in stock forum. It is just begging for a lift and bigger tires.

The good news is that with its solid-axle suspension, the Jeep Gladiator is pretty simple to lift. And, it doesn’t even have to be an expensive venture either. Rubicon Express’ new 2.0-inch leveling kit for the Jeep Gladiator is easy to install. At a penny shy of $250, it is also affordable. Best of all it will clear 37-inch tires on a Rubicon and 315s on other models. It is perfect for those looking for a simple way to keep from dragging the belly of the Gladiator or who want to run bigger tires.