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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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One issue I'm having on mine is I get occasional rub on the rear when driving up a drive way going faster than normal. I'm on the Mopar 2" lift. Should I add bump stops or something so the rear doesn't rub? Happens infrequently so I can live with it I suppose
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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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Which wheels are they?
 

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How many miles per charge are you guys getting with the 37's?
 

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How many miles per charge are you guys getting with the 37's?
According to Justin in post #23 of this thread, the range is still around 23 all-electric miles. :like:

My brother has a 2019 2.0 that spends most of its life trail-riding. He’s running 37s with 410 gearing, and he has to monitor the battery charging state on long trips in the mountains, because the launch assist algorithm interprets the slow, start-and-stop trail activity as a long series of events needing electric-launch-assist, and the battery will move into deficit. He thinks regearing to 513s will mitigate or eliminate the problem, but he hasn’t swapped gears yet. Are any of you 4xe guys experiencing anything similar?
 

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How many miles per charge are you guys getting with the 37's?
I am getting between 15 and 21 depending on driving. (15 is with the heat going and on the highway and 21 is all local streets). Most of the time I would say around 17-18.
 

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So after reading through these posts and seriously debating over 35s vs 37s I decided to go with KO2 37's in load range C. These weigh in at 62lbs. I'm very happy with how these fit on the 17x9 -12 offset wheels. Now to keep installing more peices!

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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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What stinger is that on the stock Mopar bumper? Looks so good!
 

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Beautiful. Going that high, I hear there are other things you have to replace like drive shaft and others?
Nope haven't done anything other then then the lift and tires. Drives honestly amazing, not slow, not sluggish, and still fast, off road still have enough power. Taken it to some moderate trails and done better the most jeeps on 35s
 
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