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The guys over at JCR Offroad are playing with putting 37 inch tires on their 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon JL. They are rocking the 2 inch Mopar lift kit with bump stop extensions and 37 inch Nitto Trail Grapplers on Mamba M14 Intel wheels with 5.47 inch backspacing. The wheels were from another build JCR is working on but they are pleasantly surprised with the fitment.
To start things off, we will show you three Wranglers with three sizes of tires: 33-inch, 35-inch, and 37-inch. With differences in tire size come pros and cons which you will need to consider ...
You can get several size choices, including 37, 38, and even 40-inch tires for your Jeep. Goodyear Tires Goodyear makes tires, specifically their MT-R tire line , in 37, 38, 39, and even a whopping 42 inch size!
Jeep Wrangler Tire Compare reveals how deciding between 33's, 35's and 37 inch tires becomes a highly debatable task that we solve easily for you.
Tested here is a 2018 Jeep JL Wrangler Rubicon with JcrOffroad’s mid-width bumper, 2″ Mopar lift kit, 37″ tires and wheels with 5.47″ backspacing. ... Do 37 Inch Tires and 2 Inch Lift Clear the JL Wrangler? JL Wrangler on 3 Inch Mopar Lift Kit, Mopar Wheels and 37 Inch Tires; Comments are closed.
There’s also the assertion that four-door rides look better with 37-inch tires, although it ultimately comes down to personal taste. “I debated it, but in the end I knew I wanted to go with 37s,” says Brandon Hood, owner of a new Jeep Wrangler JK.
In this video you will see the struggles as I try to get a set of 37" BF Goodrich Mud Terrain KM2 tires to fit on a 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon or JKU.
What brand is the 37 inch tires? Sounds like a silly question but most tires run small. My Pro Comp MT were 35" on the sidewall but only measured 33" but my Iroks are 36" and measure so they say 36.8".
While our Jeep is nearly perfect with 37” tires under it, we want to be able to effectively run 40” tires, if and when we want to. More trimming to eliminate weight and make room for larger ...