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I’m not online much so will provide as much information as possible. If you have a question don’t be offended if I don’t get right back to you! 2021 Mojave 3.6. Added AEV 2 inch spacer lift with their geometry correction brackets. Highly recommend any AEV product! Cost around $800 and installed myself. Teraflex deluxe Nomad wheels. Very pleased with look! Have the optional trim rings ordered. 39 x 13.5 x 17 BFG K02s. Barely extend beyond fenders. Ride very quiet compared to the 37 inch Nitto Ridge Grapplers I replaced. Air bags in rear inflated to 10 lbs. Zero rubbing. Zero problems. Have ridden around my property quite a bit but no rock crawling. Plan to install motobilt front fender brackets this week and remove the factory inner liners. Just for the look and extra few inches of clearance but not necessary. New gears one day but drives great as is. Have not recalibrated speedo yet but superchips on the way. Here are a few pictures. This forum is extremely useful for DIYErs! (quadratec tube doors match my fabfours rear rack perfect, all rugged ridge lights & KC lights). Goose rear seat delete saved 90 lbs.

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What kind of gears you have just curious? Looks good though. I have considered going to 39 12.5 17 Kanati mud hogs on mine. Wish more companies made a 39 12.5 17. Only thing holding me back is the extra 19lbs of tire weigh on each corner. Have considered going to alloy wheel to offset some of the weight.
 

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I have a similar thing going on with my Eco Diesel JT! I *LOVE* my 39" KO2s!

I have to agree with you on the AEV kit for the Mojave as well. It keeps everything happy and is a good value to retain all of the Mojave parts. Very nice build!

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I'll be doing Patagonia 38s. I want the K02s due to the weight but they cost $150 more each and are terminally backordered

They look amazing though
 

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I'd love a set of those 39's...if i could ever find one that isnt months and months of back order
 

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I like the wheels that are in the bed.
 
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What kind of gears you have just curious? Looks good though. I have considered going to 39 12.5 17 Kanati mud hogs on mine. Wish more companies made a 39 12.5 17. Only thing holding me back is the extra 19lbs of tire weigh on each corner. Have considered going to alloy wheel to offset some of the weight.
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What kind of gears you have just curious? Looks good though. I have considered going to 39 12.5 17 Kanati mud hogs on mine. Wish more companies made a 39 12.5 17. Only thing holding me back is the extra 19lbs of tire weigh on each corner. Have considered going to alloy wheel to offset some of the weight.
5.13 probably. Still not sure though
 
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I have a similar thing going on with my Eco Diesel JT! I *LOVE* my 39" KO2s!

I have to agree with you on the AEV kit for the Mojave as well. It keeps everything happy and is a good value to retain all of the Mojave parts. Very nice build!

Marcus

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Thanks! Nearly as good as yours!
 
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Gimme a 39x12.5 (or even 39x11.5) KO2 and I am in when these current ones are done.
Honestly I can’t see difference in 12.5 and 13.5 - still tucked pretty good
 

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Honestly I can’t see difference in 12.5 and 13.5 - still tucked pretty good
dont care about tucked, it's the added weight and steering stress, and I think skinnier look better but that's personal opinion. and tucked has as much to do with backspacing and fender flare choice.

 

 
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