YES you'll be fine. That was the exact setup I had for over a year until I went to 37s. No issues at all for my 60+ mile commute daily (I have 40,000 miles on my 2021). Routinely "saw 8th gear" and top speeds were in the mid-70s at some point in my commute. No issues at all, you'll be 100%...
So I didn't use that, I used the actual measurement of the tire, before mounting which was about 36.54 per tiresize.com since it is more about correcting revolutions per mile than 'size'.
That loaded in my Tazer had the exact same MPH as Waze all the way up to 85mph..which as far as I tested it.
Having had the 2.5" AEV for over a year now I'd say, just get it. The lift is great and provides a much better ride than factory. I have had zero issues with mine. I've had 4 or 5 lifted vehicles before and the AEV lift is as good as any of my others. There really is no guess work, not...
I put 60+ miles on my Rubicon daily. Added at 2.5 AEV lift and would never look back. The vehicle seems more stable and adding a heavy duty track bar has solidified the steering. Definitely recommend it!
Thread kind of flew off course like a Chinese Weather Balloon, it was really about sharing a deal going so others could score. Sort of turned in to a debate about who likes what and why -- all anecdotal.
That said, this is the Internet :)
Tires arrived two days after the order.
Yeah hoping my experience is a good one. My main reason of dumping the MTs I have is because I do more sand than mud. Primarily I daily drive my Jeep so MTs were overkill (but came OEM on the rid in 33 size). The Falken's have been good but one tire did wear a little uneven.
Good summary sorry about your findings. That full quote is "jack of all trades and a master of none is often times better than a master of one"
And your ratings, for a vehicle primarily a daily driver, sound fine to me. My hopes stay high.