37s on Stock Wheels with No Wheel Spacers

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Looks great! Those JK wheels look good with the Mojito and black. I've been running 37" BFG ATs on stock JL wheels for 10K miles and no issues. I've had zero rubbing or touching at full flex. I recently added some synergy wheel spacers just for looks to see if I liked it.
 

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Did either of y’all do any correction of geometry?
 

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I’m running the same but with Stock JL wheels on 37s. No spacers. I adjusted the steering stops a couple turns. Not even noticeable.

Ran the same in my 4 door.

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Did either of y’all do any correction of geometry?
I added adjustable track bars but not sure that’s what you’re meaning. Nothing else though.
 
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Did either of y’all do any correction of geometry?
Yes...I had some feedback in the steering after the 2 inch spacer lift...got some adjustable lower control arms and dialed the castor to around 7 degrees and all the feedback and steering shake disappeared...the JL rubicons are pretty anemic on castor so look out for that
 
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I’m running the same but with Stock JL wheels on 37s. No spacers. I adjusted the steering stops a couple turns. Not even noticeable.

Ran the same in my 4 door.

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I love these man! Part of my research found your jeeps and I loved the look and appreciate the posts man and the pointers about the steering stops as I would rather not have the danger of 4 wheel spacers on the my rig right now!
 

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I love these man! Part of my research found your jeeps and I loved the look and appreciate the posts man and the pointers about the steering stops as I would rather not have the danger of 4 wheel spacers on the my rig right now!
Glad it helped. Just flex it out and turn your wheels until you're at about 1/4 -1/2" clearance. Set the steering stops there and you're done. I didn't use washers or anything. They are in there pretty tight. They haven't moved and I rarely even get close to them, because these JL Rubicons already turn so much tighter than the JK.
 
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Glad it helped. Just flex it out and turn your wheels until you're at about 1/4 -1/2" clearance. Set the steering stops there and you're done. I didn't use washers or anything. They are in there pretty tight. They haven't moved and I rarely even get close to them, because these JL Rubicons already turn so much tighter than the JK.
I agree they were not loose bolts at all and stay in place even after loosening them :like:
 

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