37's on My Stock Height JT Sport

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I installed 37's yesterday before receiving the 3.5" lift. Was totally ready to do some modifications but in the end it didn't need much. I removed the panel that goes just below the front indicator lights (actually like the look better now) and trimmed the front splash guards on each side about 1.5". I wanted to show and let people know that the Jeep rides and drives great without the lift. No rubbing with regular driving and very minor rubbing when I took it on the trail. It would only graze the fenders slightly when I pushed it. It'll sit much better once the lift goes on next week.

The wheels I'm running are Fuel Beast 17x10 -18
The tires are Dynapro M/T 37x12.5
Stock height Gladiator Sport

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Looks badass with the 37's, love that matte finish also!
 

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More pics please. Is your Sport equipped with the wider axles (Max Tow Package)?
 

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Interesting. I've been thinking since FCA stated the JT Rubicons could go with 35s without a lift they could probably do 37s, without a lift. But I'm kinda surprised the Sport could do 37s without a lift. Good to know!
 

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I gotta ask...is that a matte black paint job? If so...how??
 

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I installed 37's yesterday before receiving the 3.5" lift. Was totally ready to do some modifications but in the end it didn't need much. I removed the panel that goes just below the front indicator lights (actually like the look better now) and trimmed the front splash guards on each side about 1.5". I wanted to show and let people know that the Jeep rides and drives great without the lift. No rubbing with regular driving and very minor rubbing when I took it on the trail. It would only graze the fenders slightly when I pushed it. It'll sit much better once the lift goes on next week.

The wheels I'm running are Fuel Beast 17x10 -18
The tires are Dynapro M/T 37x12.5
Stock height Gladiator Sport

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In a perfect world we would not lift Jeeps we would lower them, but a perfect world we are not and the minute you put it in 4 low the laws of physics and gravity jump square in your lap. CoG becomes your enemy. You, my friend, have done a great service to your fellow jeepers and offroaders, I applaud you! If you go from OEM 33's to 37's you just done a 2 in lift to your jeep and not affected its suspension geometry...WOW!!!!! This is going to pay major dividends in your off-road adventures
 
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More pics please. Is your Sport equipped with the wider axles (Max Tow Package)?
I actually don't know if it has the max town package.. Where will it say it on the Jeep? Or what indication is there?
 

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This is a wrap, it's what I do for a living. Have a YouTube channel showing how it's done with 150k subs
Looks good, I like it about what does it cost to get something like that?
 
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I think he said 6-7k in the video, since he started with a red Gladiator there are a lot of labor intensive details. If he had started with a black Gladiator more like 4-5k.
Exactly, 6-7k for anything other than black and this includes pulling the bed and rear bumper to wrap behind. Now I did notice that there are "hinge/bracket covers" available on Amazon so I ordered some black ones for mine. It'll save a lot of time and money in the long run to just leave them black. This could be a cost effective alternative to having all of the brackets wrapped for future clients.
 

                           
























































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