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Looking to see 37s and what lift you are running them with - with pics!

Learning that the factory height of 4xes differs from our non-4xe brethren, I am curious how things are shaping up.

I’m a “minimal lift” kind of guy aesthetically, just want enough for full clearance with 37s.
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I am curious about this too. From what I have seen, Tlthere are people running 37s with no lift on a 4xe. They have indicated no rubbing on road. It would definitely rub under flex though.
 

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Teraflex 2.5 spacer. You could do it with the 1.5 spacer imo.

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I am curious for the 4xe owners specifically, how the 37s do with no regear? Does the added torque allow for the larger tires without issue?
 

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I am curious for the 4xe owners specifically, how the 37s do with no regear? Does the added torque allow for the larger tires without issue?
Works better than my last setup though it was a Willys 3.6L edition so gearing was different. I get along with no problem now. It was one of the reasons I wanted the torque for the 4Xe. I've not put the display to show my gear yet. I didn't have 8th with my previous gearing ratio and 37's. I get along pure electric about the same with the motor prior, so adding the motor torque in makes a definite difference.
 
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Teraflex 2.5 spacer. You could do it with the 1.5 spacer imo.

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Thanks for sharing! Those are 37s on the TFLX 2.5” spacer? Which 37s are they?
 

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Here is mine on a teraflex st-1. 2” in the front and 1.5” in the rear. Bfg ko2 37 x 12.50 r17. I want to regear, but am on the fence between 4.56 and 4.88. However it not very noticeable that it has those tires on it. Tbh, I could probably have fit the tires with just the fender chop, I also have not really tested it out on the trail yet.
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Here is mine on a teraflex st-1. 2” in the front and 1.5” in the rear. Bfg ko2 37 x 12.50 r17. I want to regear, but am on the fence between 4.56 and 4.88. However it not very noticeable that it has those tires on it. Tbh, I could probably have fit the tires with just the fender chop, I also have not really tested it out on the trail yet.
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Looks good! I am starting to wonder what it looks like squeezing 37s in with no lift, knowing these already sit 1” higher than ICE Rubicons.
 

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Thanks for sharing! Those are 37s on the TFLX 2.5” spacer? Which 37s are they?
Yes and Falken Wildpeak AT's. 17 inch wheels
 
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Yes and Falken Wildpeak AT's. 17 inch wheels
Great, thanks! I am really curious to see how the 4xe does on 37s with no lift. I ran this way for a couple of days on my 2018 before my lift was in and it was TIGHT - but it's looking like there is more space in there with the 4xe. I'll try it out and see how it goes.
 

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You could do it with 1.5 lift. I wouldn't stock unless you are only doing street. It may fit but I'd be comfortable with 1.5 or even a 1 inch lift.
 

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Started off with 35s and stock rims then upgraded to 37s with 18 rims. Tire width is 13.50 so wider than normal.
Also have the Mopar 2" lift. Not much so probably going to add teraflex spacers on top of it

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