37 and 20's or 37 and 18's

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I have been going back and forth many many many times on this. I have decided on 37in tires but the wheels are my issue. I have ordered a 2019 Rubicon and its in transit it will be my daily. But also I do livr in east tn so we have plenty of parks and trails near by. My qurstion is do I go with 18's or 20's I will be doing 90% of my driving on the road but still planning on taking it offroad also.
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17" is industry standard for a 37 giving you the most tire options. They will also generally be load range D. 18s and 20s will be load range E, so a harsher ride on the street and less compliance when aired down.
 

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17s is my preference but from your choice, I'd go w/ 18s
 

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God kills a kitten every time a Jeep is clad with 20’s.
 

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God kills a kitten every time a Jeep is clad with 20’s.
And it's a bloody, horrible death!

Slap those 20s on!

Just kidding, for daily comfort and off road capability, go 17".
 

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Personally I'd go 17s. If you prefer a bigger wheel go 20s. More tire choices with these two sizes.

The grief you get with 20s reduces with 37+ inch tires.
 
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