So Flo Jeeps just made a 6×6 Jeep Gladiator

So Flo Jeeps 6x6G

Take a new Jeep Gladiator, cut it in half, extend it, throw in another driven axle, give it a five-inch lift and you have this thing, the So Flo Jeeps 6x6G.

This thing is nuts. It starts out as a Jeep Gladiator before being chopped up, indeed only the doors are original parts, yep, everything else is bespoke, according to So Flo Jeeps, a Florida-based tuning house.

The Gladiator is essentially cut in half before being stretched to accommodate the extra axle, this is a genuine six-wheel drive. The body is the brand’s own design and it’s covered in a Kevlar infused epoxy that’s 1/16th of an inch thick meaning it requires no maintenance ever; simply pressure wash the thing clean and you’re done. To help get up and into the thing power steps have been installed and the seating is finished in marine-grade weather resistant leather.

To make the Gladiator a full-time 6×6, So Flo Jeeps re-geared and rebuilt the 5.13 axles, with the middle “unbreakable” axle running a Detroit True Locker and a 9-inch differential. The suspension is unique too with a five-inch lift and Falcon Shocks giving it up to 14-inches of wheel travel. A Falcon steering stabiliser has been installed to improve steering feel and performance. It runs 38-inch Patagonia rubber. So Flo Jeeps don’t say which engine is in their rig, but an LS3 is available as a cost-option.

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Isaac Bober has been writing about cars and 4x4s for more than 20 years, has worked on some of the country's biggest motoring magazines (remember what they were?), and launched Practical Motoring. Now he's back, back again... to share dad jokes and much more.