I think your Jeep looks great, but if you're concerned about the fender gap, a set of aftermarket Steel bumpers would take care of it.Bought the t-case from another forum member in Oklahoma. This completes adding the key rubicon upgrades that I care about.(axles/lockers/brakes/gearing/t-case, highline fenders) I'll add a stubby bumper/winch next and probably go to 37s at a later date. The current setup has alot of wheelwell space making the 35s look smaller.
I know 37s would look proper, however, I'm not super motivated about 37s on a 25k miles/yr daily driver bc:
1. I'll want to go to 4.88 gearing
2. 37's are pricey
3. Gas mileage takes another hit
4. Even tougher for our younger kids to climb in