JLU Rubicon on 35s no lift

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Has anybody had this setup on a stock 2019 JLUR? Mopar Jet Black 17”x8.5” 12mm offset. Putting 315 70/R17 BFG T/A KO2’s with no planned lift. Any issues? Rubbing? Backup camera?

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I had these rims with 35’s for a little while with no lift. No rubbing issues. The backup camera fits and functions fine. The 3rd brake light fit fine. You will have no issues with the setup you described on a 2019 JLUR.
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I had these rims with 35’s for a little while with no lift. No rubbing issues. The backup camera fits and functions fine. The 3rd brake light fit fine. You will have no issues with the setup you described on a 2019 JLUR.
Thanks. Makes me feel a lot better.
 

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17 x 9, 315 70 R17 Goodyears on JLU Rubicon. No rubbing issues.

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Cool... that's what I'm looking to do with the exact same tires except on stock Rubicon rims... no issues rubbing? Turning?
I’ve had no issues with normal street driving so far. My wheels do have a 4.75” back spacing so they stick out more than stock wheels and provide some extra space, but you should be okay based on other members feedback on these Pats on stock rubicon wheels. Good luck!
 

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This is great thread... waiting on my 2020 JLUR. Thinking about running no lift, Toyo Open Country M/Ts 35x12.50x18 on Fuel Vectors, 18x9 +19/5.75. I want to keep this Jeep as low as possible, with the biggest tires possible. What do you guys think? Am I asking for trouble? Clearance issues?
 

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im on same tires and have no issues with Mopar beadlock wheels
even more light on your method 701 weight only 30lbs :)
Awesome, thanks for the feedback! I’m having a hard time buying the design of the Mopar reinforcement especially at $500. Went wheeling last weekend and everything felt solid
 

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Awesome, thanks for the feedback! I’m having a hard time buying the design of the Mopar reinforcement especially at $500. Went wheeling last weekend and everything felt solid
yes its way overpriced for reinforcement , im waiting for Teraflex Reinforcement since already go the Alpha HD kit
 

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Has anybody had this setup on a stock 2019 JLUR? Mopar Jet Black 17”x8.5” 12mm offset. Putting 315 70/R17 BFG T/A KO2’s with no planned lift. Any issues? Rubbing? Backup camera?

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Not exactly the same, but I have a wheel with similar measurements with that same tire. Zero issues.

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