3.5" Lift with 37" Tires on Rubicon

Redbaron73

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I am about to install a 3.5" Lift from Maximus-3. I am trying to determine if 37" tires are going to look too small.

I really like the 37x12.5" BFG AT tire.

I am concerned that putting a 38x14.5 on a 8.5" wheel is going to make it look very squatty (too much sidewall bubble), but I don't want to spend all the money on a 37" and regret it right away.

Looking for some feedback from others, and hopefully pictures.
 

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I am about to install a 3.5" Lift from Maximus-3. I am trying to determine if 37" tires are going to look too small.

I really like the 37x12.5" BFG AT tire.

I am concerned that putting a 38x14.5 on a 8.5" wheel is going to make it look very squatty (too much sidewall bubble), but I don't want to spend all the money on a 37" and regret it right away.

Looking for some feedback from others, and hopefully pictures.
don’t know how their lifts run but 3.5 and 37s are our most popular combo. Should look great!

brett
 

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3.5" Metalcloak with 37s
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