Installed: 37s with NO LIFT on JLUR

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Measuring them when not mounted on the Jeep is not an accurate representation.
In my opinion, measuring them on a Jeep is not an accurate representation. "Jeep" is not a standard unit of measurement and the total weight, weight distribution, tire pressure, etc. will be different from Jeep to Jeep.





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This is my JLUR With 37” Patagonias on Fuel Assault 17x9. There was some rubbing. Nothing crazy but I also had to be really careful on any driveway, sidewalk and tight curve before I got the 2.5” lift. Looks cool though! Congrats!

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What side-steps are those? I like the way they look.
 

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Also installed 37s with no lift on my rig. Have rubbing issues when articulated, rubbing on factory sway bar. Purchased spacers, will see how that works out.
 

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Also installed 37s with no lift on my rig. Have rubbing issues when articulated, rubbing on factory sway bar. Purchased spacers, will see how that works out.
Yea I believe you need wheel spacers if you put 37s on oem wheels. Car looks great!
 

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Were the Rough Country Inner Fenders hard to install?
 

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Were the Rough Country Inner Fenders hard to install?
Took me about an hour and a half with the electrical work involved. Also, RC dropped the ball and left out hardware so now I'm waiting for for the rest of the parts to finish the install.
 

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Took me about an hour and a half with the electrical work involved. Also, RC dropped the ball and left out hardware so now I'm waiting for for the rest of the parts to finish the install.
ugggghhhh I hate when that happens
 
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Also installed 37s with no lift on my rig. Have rubbing issues when articulated, rubbing on factory sway bar. Purchased spacers, will see how that works out.
Indeed, spacers will help with your setup due to the high offsets of those OEM wheels. I see you also removed the inner fenders....no doubt those are helping a ton here. The AAL high line fender kit is high on my list of things to do
 

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Indeed, spacers will help with your setup due to the high offsets of those OEM wheels. I see you also removed the inner fenders....no doubt those are helping a ton here. The AAL high line fender kit is high on my list of things to do
100% based on all the threads on here I knew I had to do the fender chop, took care of that right after I purchased the tires. Didn't figure out I needed spacers until I took it offroad, rubbed on the lower control arms and the parts of the frame.
 

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@HeavyUser nice setup. How’d the spacers work out. Any rubbing including when stuffed?

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Also installed 37s with no lift on my rig. Have rubbing issues when articulated, rubbing on factory sway bar. Purchased spacers, will see how that works out.
 

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37’s and no lift looks like a donk.



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@HeavyUser nice setup. How’d the spacers work out. Any rubbing including when stuffed?
On road everything was okay, offroading I was getting a good amount of rubbing.

Installed a Mopar Lift and STILL get rubbing at full front stuff, rear has been fine.
 

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37’s and no lift looks like a donk.



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