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Old 02-22-2014, 10:18 PM   #1
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Daily Driver, 2014 Rubi, 4.10gears, AEV 2.5 Lift, 35's... Do I Need to regear???

I have a JKURX on order... Scheduled to be shipped to AEV after production for 2.5 lift and other mods. Torn between 33 & 35 tire selection. Any help on this matter would be appreciated. Most likely going with BFG ALL Terrain Tires, 33 or 35 inch on Pintlers.

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You'll be fine with either. A lot of people will say you need 4.88 or 5.13's but a lot of people run 35's with 3.23's and 3.73's so I think you would be fine. I have 4.10's with my 295/70r17's (a little bigger than 33's) and my jeep feels great.

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NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not get 33's...... you will not be a happy camper! You will not sleep right. You will be at work saying " Should have got 35's " While having sex you will be looking at her boobs saying " Should have got 35's" You will pick up a yard stick saying "Yep...Should have got 35's". You will buy some thing in the store totaling $35.01...And again you will be thinking 'Should have got 35's!......And your still questioning if you should get 35's??????????? Wow!
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Based on your choice of a 2.5" AEV lift with AT tires it would seem that you are leaning towards a "smart" and conservative build. The 33" tires are the perfect match for that type of design. Nice choice to have it sent directly to AEV. What are mods are you getting?
How much and what type of off road driving do you prefer?

If you want to get more aggressive go with 35" MT tread. I think the 3.5" is a perfect match for the 35s but it is personal preference. There are boat loads of pictures in the photo treads of 2.5" lifts with both 33 and 35" tires that can help you decide.
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Based on your choice of a 2.5" AEV lift with AT tires it would seem that you are leaning towards a "smart" and conservative build. The 33" tires are the perfect match for that type of design. Nice choice to have it sent directly to AEV. What are mods are you getting? How much and what type of off road driving do you prefer? If you want to get more aggressive go with 35" MT tread. I think the 3.5" is a perfect match for the 35s but it is personal preference. There are boat loads of pictures in the photo treads of 2.5" lifts with both 33 and 35" tires that can help you decide.
Thanks for your comments. In regards to AEV Mods, Pintlers wheels and BFG AT tires, 2.5 Lift with geo brackets installed and procal, spare tire carrier, & rear backup camera.
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Based on your choice of a 2.5" AEV lift with AT tires it would seem that you are leaning towards a "smart" and conservative build. The 33" tires are the perfect match for that type of design. Nice choice to have it sent directly to AEV. What are mods are you getting? How much and what type of off road driving do you prefer? If you want to get more aggressive go with 35" MT tread. I think the 3.5" is a perfect match for the 35s but it is personal preference. There are boat loads of pictures in the photo treads of 2.5" lifts with both 33 and 35" tires that can help you decide.
Planning on mostly driving to work and the weekend excursion to our place in western Pa. Mostly fire road and power line trails. Hunting and fishing trips. I would like to drive it across country and just didn't want to wear out a brand new Jeep from the start. I figured, have the Pros get everything right before I take delivery. AEV will tune everything and adjust shift points with procal after the build as well. Although I'm not buying a Jeep for gas milage... I figured 33's would save me a few MPG on the highway. Just trying to build this smart while I have options. Also want to make sure my wheel, tire, & lift choices won't effect the jeeps standard 4wd options like disconnect and cause running and such. No sense in modifying to loose features. I'm fairly new at the modifying part of this... I had a bone stock 94 YJ for 19 years and it served me well. I expect the JK to be a world of difference from my old Jeep.
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NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not get 33's...... you will not be a happy camper! You will not sleep right. You will be at work saying " Should have got 35's " While having sex you will be looking at her boobs saying " Should have got 35's" You will pick up a yard stick saying "Yep...Should have got 35's". You will buy some thing in the store totaling $35.01...And again you will be thinking 'Should have got 35's!......And your still questioning if you should get 35's??????????? Wow! 35's FOR SURE!!!!!
That is some funny****. Thanks for the info.
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NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not get 33's...... you will not be a happy camper! You will not sleep right. You will be at work saying " Should have got 35's " While having sex you will be looking at her boobs saying " Should have got 35's" You will pick up a yard stick saying "Yep...Should have got 35's". You will buy some thing in the store totaling $35.01...And again you will be thinking 'Should have got 35's!......And your still questioning if you should get 35's??????????? Wow!
35's FOR SURE!!!!!
This is so awesome!
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I have to agree with RKracing, I have 35" tires and 4.10 gearing. It's my daily driver. To me the look and the feel is perfect and well balanced. Not too much, not too little. I also go off road and have had no issues. Love it!! Just my 2 cents.

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I have to agree with RKracing, I have 35" tires and 4.10 gearing. It's my daily driver. To me the look and the feel is perfect and well balanced. Not too much, not too little. I also go off road and have had no issues. Love it!! Just my 2 cents. -z
Very Nice setup. I also have the same softop ordered
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35 and 2.5 AEV. 4:10 and Auto and very happy with the set up. With the Rubi you have the 4:1 transfer case that gives you the slow speeds and gearing you want for wheeling.
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I daily drive my '12 JKU 120 miles round trip per day. I've got the 6-speed, the AEV 2.5" with geo brackets and the 285 GY Duratracs. It looks great, handles great, and thanks to being 99% highway driving gets me an accurate 20.5MPG weekly. I log and track my mileage. I've got the 3:73 gears and the only time I have do down shift from 6th to 5th is one one very long and gradually increasing hill on C-470.

I love the look, the handling, and the off-road performance of my JKU.

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I daily drive my '12 JKU 120 miles round trip per day. I've got the 6-speed, the AEV 2.5" with geo brackets and the 285 GY Duratracs. It looks great, handles great, and thanks to being 99% highway driving gets me an accurate 20.5MPG weekly. I log and track my mileage. I've got the 3:73 gears and the only time I have do down shift from 6th to 5th is one one very long and gradually increasing hill on C-470. I love the look, the handling, and the off-road performance of my JKU.
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2013 JKUR. Auto, 3.73, 2.5" lift, 315/70/17 BFG AT/KO's. Absolutely no desire to regear here.
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Since I was looking for similar setup I thought I would throw my 2 cents worth in. I went with AEV 2.5" Lift thought about 33" tires but went with 35" MT's for the additional off road capability and they look better. The ride is excellent as well.
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Sorry I meant to add, I have the 3.73 gear setup with Auto and will consider re-gearing in future. If I would have got it with 4.10's would it have been acceptable? Possibly. You can always re-gear in future.
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Don't forget that an advertised 35" tire isn't a true 35" tire once you get it mounted. The same goes for any other size.
I have 35" Duratracs and they measure 34" as they sit mounted. They're an all terrain tire that look more like a mud terrain. Ride is smooth and quiet. Also, I did a lot of research on these tires and they're one of the lightest tires out there.....weigh as much as most 33" tires.

The AEV Pintlers are one of the lighter wheels as well. Weight matters!!!
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Don't forget that an advertised 35" tire isn't a true 35" tire once you get it mounted. The same goes for any other size. I have 35" Duratracs and they measure 34" as they sit mounted. They're an all terrain tire that look more like a mud terrain. Ride is smooth and quiet. Also, I did a lot of research on these tires and they're one of the lightest tires out there.....weigh as much as most 33" tires. The AEV Pintlers are one of the lighter wheels as well. Weight matters!!!
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4.10's on Toyo AT2 35's (measure 34" exactly) on 3" Mopar Stage 3 Teraflex pre runner lift and I think it's about perfect. Highway use I don't touch 3K RPM anymore and it's plenty snappy. Was it a little snappier with stock KM2's at like 31", yeah but I was also pushing 3K RPM for highway use and my fuel economy suffered if I tried to drive with traffic.
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4.10's on Toyo AT2 35's (measure 34" exactly) on 3" Mopar Stage 3 Teraflex pre runner lift and I think it's about perfect. Highway use I don't touch 3K RPM anymore and it's plenty snappy. Was it a little snappier with stock KM2's at like 31", yeah but I was also pushing 3K RPM for highway use and my fuel economy suffered if I tried to drive with traffic.
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35s and 4.10s will make for a nice daily driver. Just don't get the heaviest tires on the planet. Duratrac 285s or 315s will serve you well.
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I had 35" tires W/2.5" lift 411 gears & it was fine but in a year & a half my factory drag-link & Tierod got sloppy / worn at the links so I upgraded with synergy replacements also a Teraflex Monster trackbar & it's better than new now I down sized mainly because I tow my boat a lot & I get better performance with this set up but it's all about what you Want/need now running 33" /12.50/17
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He's right get the 35's!!! I put 33's BFG'S and wish I would of put 35's now..
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Hi Cozmik,

I noticed that you still use the factory rims. What size/brand spacers are you using and have you had any issues with them?

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He's right get the 35's!!! I put 33's BFG'S and wish I would of put 35's now..
After much research and a test drive of an AEV built vehicle with my desired setup... I'm going with the 35's. Probably gonna go with the BFG Km2's. They were much quieter that I expected on the highway and the vehicle handled great. Now if the Jeep would just arrive I can get started!
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Absolutely go 35s. I have a 3" lift on the 315/70-17 DuraTracs, and I'm so glad I didn't settle for 33s.

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Go km2 35's. Best of both worlds...they say they are 35's so you have bragging rights. But they only measure 33.75 inches so it's a 34

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Man, I have to lean towards the 33's. If you're gonna spend all that money towards an X loaded with AEV stuff, continue on that break-away and keep going function and smart. Your Jeep was built to run 32'', 33's will look better but keep everything closer to stock. So Hardly any performance will be taxed and you will profit of more of a Jeep, than if going bigger solely for the looks....

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