The Never Ending Journey to a Two Door on 37s - C1

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Those look huge! Could you measure the spare PLEASE! I'd like to know the overall diameter, tread width, and sidewall width. I don't want the height of the tire with the weight of the Jeep on them, just trying to figure out how I'm gonna stuff those monsters under my Jeep...
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Taking this from the manufacture website. Don’t think I can get more accurate then these numbers


Unit Weight (lbs.)
76.1
Rim Width (Meas.)
10
Rim Width (Appr.)
8.5 - 11.0
Overall Width (inches)
13.1
Overall Diameter (inches)
36.8
Tread Width (inches)
10.2
Tread Depth
21
Static Radius (inches)
16.2
Rev/Mile
565





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I have a 2020 two door Sport S, with rubi-takoff Dana 44s with lockers.

Running an AEV 2'5" Dual Sport lift/suspension, and 35s, supposed to handle heavier loads better.

Curious what you plan to do with your rear springs, since I'm thinking of beefing mine up too.

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Something is just wrong with synergy’s spring rate. They don’t know what it is but there is a 2 in discrepancy front to rear. The heavier springs in the rear are to level it off.
 

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Hey,
Taking this from the manufacture website. Don’t think I can get more accurate then these numbers


Unit Weight (lbs.)
76.1
Rim Width (Meas.)
10
Rim Width (Appr.)
8.5 - 11.0
Overall Width (inches)
13.1
Overall Diameter (inches)
36.8
Tread Width (inches)
10.2
Tread Depth
21
Static Radius (inches)
16.2
Rev/Mile
565
I have found some manufacturer's specs to be optimistic. Like we said when I worked for the Army "trust but verify." If you don't mind I'd appreciate verification.
 
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I have found some manufacturer's specs to be optimistic. Like we said when I worked for the Army "trust but verify." If you don't mind I'd appreciate verification.
Sure, I’ll check in a bit. My buddy is coming by to take my 33s in an hour or so and I’ll measure then. I need to check my roof height, I think I was pretty darn close in a 6 foot 8 garage today.
 
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I have found some manufacturer's specs to be optimistic. Like we said when I worked for the Army "trust but verify." If you don't mind I'd appreciate verification.
Used a tape measure and came out to 36
 
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In case anyone else is curious I have the G003 and wanted to know if they were a crown tire (like the milestars). They are not and this email lines up with around my chalk test for good tread contact.

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Good to know, I'm also a 2-door that will be fairly well armored. When you measured the diameter was it the shorter dimension with the tape vertical with the weight of the Jeep on it or the longer dimension you get measuring horizontal or on the spare?
 

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Something is just wrong with synergy’s spring rate. They don’t know what it is but there is a 2 in discrepancy front to rear. The heavier springs in the rear are to level it off.
Just curious, did Synergy say there was an issue with just your spring rates or all of their rear springs in general?
 
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Good to know, I'm also a 2-door that will be fairly well armored. When you measured the diameter was it the shorter dimension with the tape vertical with the weight of the Jeep on it or the longer dimension you get measuring horizontal or on the spare?
I just measured the spare from an attempt of what I thought was the middle. By no means an exact science on my part
 
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Just curious, did Synergy say there was an issue with just your spring rates or all of their rear springs in general?
They didn’t elaborate but said it’s certainly not normal. Their customer service is kind of rough. They don’t reply to emails or update me. I have to call anytime I need an update. I called Friday and they said they were shipping the heavier rate rears out. Hopefully they did and they arrive this week.
 

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They didn’t elaborate but said it’s certainly not normal. Their customer service is kind of rough. They don’t reply to emails or update me. I have to call anytime I need an update. I called Friday and they said they were shipping the heavier rate rears out. Hopefully they did and they arrive this week.
I’m installing some Synergy springs today. Hopefully the spring rates are ok. 😬
 
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I’m installing some Synergy springs today. Hopefully the spring rates are ok. 😬
Let me know how it goes. I’d be curious to see the result.
 

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Let me know how it goes. I’d be curious to see the result.
So the Synergy coils are in and the spring rates are perfect.
I did 4” front and 3” rear coils because I have steel bumpers and a winch. I also have a 37” spare on the back.
It sits about 1/4” higher in the rear. It’s perfectly set for what I wanted.
 

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