Going with 33" tires and +1 offset wheels, this will be the least geometry change moving to a slightly larger tire on the stock 2014 JK.
If considering a 2" lift and 35" tire, +1 or -12 offset is going to work. Wider is not always better(?), so +1 offset is a good option still (it's still going to be wider than stock), and so it's pretty much up to personal choice.
If you go larger than 35" you'd want more negative offset (less backspacing), and for that matter probably 17x10 (not 18x9) beadlock wheels since it'll be purpose built for off-road.
18x9 +1 offset wheels for 33" seems perfect.
Thanks for listening, feel free to chime in on my thinking. I love good feedback about Jeeps!
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