anyone running 37’s yet??

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[QUOTE="bjlamour, post: 208735, member: 16789" hahahaha Already got her some Arizona pinstriping.[/QUOTE]
I am in AZ too, where did you go to acquire your Arizona pin-striping?





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[QUOTE="bjlamour, post: 208735, member: 16789" hahahaha Already got her some Arizona pinstriping.
I am in AZ too, where did you go to acquire your Arizona pin-striping?[/QUOTE]
Butcher Jones/Sycamore creek out by Saguaro lake
 

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The 13.50s I believe are E rated, so the ride will be quite a bit stiffer. Now most of us buy with our hearts, but sometimes it's better to buy with your brain. Just be sure to REALLY weigh all the cons before you click the buy button.
 

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37”KO2’s on factory wheels. No spacers and a 2.5” RC lift. Couple turns on the steering stops. No rubbing.

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Reuben, You already sold your JLUR? Why - just curious.
 

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You sold it and you're asking ? Unless you buying a new one ?
 

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Reuben, You already sold your JLUR? Why - just curious.
Kern,

As much as I loved the JL I needed a larger more towing capable vehicle. Nothing wrong with my JL. It is awesome. I’m sure someone is loving that thing. I will own another but it will be a 2 door Rubicon with the turbo. We might buy another when the wife’s ready to give up her Lincoln. The great thing is how awesome these Jeeps hold their value. I bought a new Power Wagon. This is the first time since I have been driving I don’t have a Jeep but it won’t be long I’m sure.

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I had this plan of running a 2" lift and 37" KO2s. No after reading this thread I just dont know if that's what I want. Some of the pics of guys running 37s with no lift look really good!
Thing is, I have an appointment to have the lift installed tomorrow and I'm dropping my Jeep off tonight after work.

I'm very tempted to cancel.

As far as the tires go, seems the STTs are a top choice which I am good with. I loved the Cooper ATPs I had on my JKU. I know Cooper makes a good tire. I'm guessing the 1350s would not fit on the stock rims. Am I wrong? would spacers make a difference?
 

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I had this plan of running a 2" lift and 37" KO2s. No after reading this thread I just dont know if that's what I want. Some of the pics of guys running 37s with no lift look really good!
Thing is, I have an appointment to have the lift installed tomorrow and I'm dropping my Jeep off tonight after work.

I'm very tempted to cancel.

As far as the tires go, seems the STTs are a top choice which I am good with. I loved the Cooper ATPs I had on my JKU. I know Cooper makes a good tire. I'm guessing the 1350s would not fit on the stock rims. Am I wrong? would spacers make a difference?
13.50s will not work on the factory rims. Coopers are awesome. You cant go wrong.
 

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I had this plan of running a 2" lift and 37" KO2s. No after reading this thread I just dont know if that's what I want. Some of the pics of guys running 37s with no lift look really good!
Thing is, I have an appointment to have the lift installed tomorrow and I'm dropping my Jeep off tonight after work.

I'm very tempted to cancel.

As far as the tires go, seems the STTs are a top choice which I am good with. I loved the Cooper ATPs I had on my JKU. I know Cooper makes a good tire. I'm guessing the 1350s would not fit on the stock rims. Am I wrong? would spacers make a difference?
I have the Mopar 2" lift and Cooper 37's, with Fuel Assault wheels, so far everything is working out great and I have had no issues. You can see it in my userid pix on this reply.
 

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Thanks guys, decided to stick with my plan and dropped off the Jeep last night for the 2" Mopar lift.

I also arranged getting the 37 1250 R17 STT Pro from my local discount tire and ordered 5 AEV Borah rims. I got the Machined Onyx with no bead lock because i feel like they most closely mimic the Stock Rubicon rims that I really like and wanted to keep.

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