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How To Choose Tires For Your Jeep Wrangler - 33 vs 35 vs 37 inch

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Are you considering changing the tire size on your Wrangler? In this video, Ryan will walk you through everything you need to know when choosing a larger sized tire, the pros and cons, and three tires which we highly recommend.

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 before making your purchase. After talking you through a few comparisons, we will then show you the differences in how these tires perform on and off-road! You'll see how the tire sizes perform differently and learn what tire size might be best for you and your rig!

If you're diggin' the tires and want to learn more, check them out here:

33" NITTO Terra Grappler G2 Tire - http://terrain.jp/2mhH3ck
35" NITTO Trail Grappler Tire - http://terrain.jp/2lhcX8b
37" NITTO Trail Grappler Tire - http://terrain.jp/2lhcX8b

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John Christopher Roferos . 2018-08-17
Hey man i have a question, i have a 2018 sahara i am planing to put a 325/65R18 size of tire im wondering if that will fit without puting a lift on the jeep, will thwy fit?
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Brian Alforque . 2018-08-14
Hey i have been told that if i get mickey thompson tires i would get my death wobble back on my jeep wrangler? Is that true?
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Pedro Perez . 2018-08-13
What size do you recommended for my 2018 Sahara JL automatic ?
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joed596 . 2018-08-01
Thanks and thumbs up for your upload. Will save for later. :-)
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Rick James . 2018-07-16
why do they like 17 inch wheel with 33 tires. Can you do 15 inch with 33s
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Lawman FL . 2018-07-11
Do you need to re-gear with a Rubicon with the 35''s. I have a 2012 JK Rubicon, 3'' Tera flex suspension, and 35'' trail grapplers. The tires give a terrible ride and the weight is very noticeable. Completely pigs out the truck on Utah's mountain passes. Truck heats up to 245 degrees on superchips trail dash.
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Chezwick Cheese . 2018-07-10
33s strike a good balance without messing with gearing especially if you use your jeep for everyday use
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Cole Romero . 2018-07-10
Are mud terrain tires necessary for off-roading or can I just stick to bfg all terrain tires?
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R S . 2018-07-09
35s look best
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Terence Dalbec . 2018-07-04
The log was turned on its side when you drove over it with the 37s.... The 33 would have cleared it as well if it was laying the same way
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Jake Howell . 2018-07-04
have you ever noticed how much Ryan repeats things... Ryan really repeats himself often
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joe cheperuk . 2018-06-29
Ryan question for you I put 35 on my jeep Wrangler Rubicon 17 inch wheels and I noticed when I’m doing 60 or higher I find it the steering is very tricky to drive and you must pay attention big time well I have my 34s on I never noticed it roll any help in this matter what it could be why the steering is very tricky now I drive thanks Joe from North Carolina
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Jason Deltoro . 2018-06-21
currently running 37's on a 5-inch lift. Stock gears and axels. Fox reservoir shocks. Have no problem at all off-road.
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Justin Abrams . 2018-06-08
Thanks so much for the video. So informative. I have a 16 Tacoma on 31 KO2. But looking to either update to a 33 or 35. But the truck is a daily driver too so maybe the 33 would be better. Thanks again!
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Husairi Metusain . 2018-06-06
Do I need to re gear for 2018 rubicon if using 35in tyre?
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JK NATION . 2018-06-01
When running 35s such as I am currently, when you are on the technical trails that have nothing but rocks you still hit the diff so yepp it's time for 40x13.5x19 and a 6 inch lift goodbye 35x12.5x17 and yes this is a daily driver and weekend wheeler
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Alex Erickson . 2018-05-28
I would just stick to 35's on a Jeep Wrangler TJ.
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TheCamaro209 . 2018-05-23
4 doors 🤮🤮🤮🤮🤢🤢🤢
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keithrig . 2018-04-24
So what about how it affects fuel economy?
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Austin Parker . 2018-04-22
Do I have to regear for 37s if I'm driving the new JL Rubicon with a 4:10 gear ratio??
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Dave Thomas . 2018-04-12
33s are the best size for all around. It has certainly gotten me down pretty much any 4wheeler or quad trail. Plus I still get great gas mileage. Which is great because it is also my daily driver. That being said I can certainly see how hardcore offroaders need lifts and bigger tires. What kills me is when I see the jeeps I do all done up yet I know have never even been off pavement. SOBs
285/75/ duratracs
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GAMER WITHOUT SKILL . 2018-04-08
Excellent video. Thanks LIKE
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Dylan Foster . 2018-04-04
I've been wanting to get a wrangler jk 2 door sport and I'm probably only gonna need it for off-road and sand/desert dirt. I'm thinking a 2.5" lift with 33" AT tires. I'm not sure what gears I would need though. I was thinking 3.55 or 3.73 gears. Any advice or recommendation would be appreciated.
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James Charles . 2018-03-27
Great informative video !
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Kelsey Slavuta . 2018-03-24
What brand are those fender flares on the jeep with the 35's? I really like them
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Kevin Vargas . 2018-03-22
in Miami we drive around the city on 37's lmao
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thatmar1neguy . 2018-03-22
Can ya do one on rim size choice 15,17 and up
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abstractvisions . 2018-03-02
Aev 4.5” lift, dana 44’s front and rear, 4.88 regear, on 37’s, banks cold air intake... lovin’ every bit of it!
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Bryant Roscoe . 2018-02-27
I run nitto terra 33s on my truck because it's a pavement queen
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Michael Gottschalk . 2018-02-24
will I need a lift if I put some BFGOODRICH 285/75's on my stock 2017 JK? it has 255/75's now.
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Mohammad Al-Awadi . 2018-02-24
Can you go from the stock size to 33 inches all terrain without lifting your car? If so would there be any complications?
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John Stevens . 2018-02-09
You can fit 40 on without cutting anything just know what you’re doing nd upgrade the appropriate parts
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Bex Andss . 2018-02-08
My JK is re-geared for my 35s but I'm thinking of going up to 37s. Do I need to re-gear again to run 37s?
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Robert Majestic . 2018-02-05
Do you write a script for your videos before filming? If so, please do a ctrl-f for the phrase “going to be” and delete them all. Thank you!
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Juan Pablo Correa . 2018-02-05
Very usefull! Thanks
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Mexvette . 2018-02-04
I notice that when you went over the log the second time that the spur jutting out from the log was positioned down and sideways! If your going to come off as objectionable have the log facing the exact same way?
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Juan VarPlas . 2018-01-31
I’m running on a 31” tire
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Jacob Dickinson . 2018-01-28
3 inch suspension lift and 1 inch body lift with 35" MT/R's.
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Glock 17 . 2018-01-21
I run 44” tires on my Wrangler
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healthyamerican . 2018-01-18
i`ll take 37`s and a big SRT engine upgrade
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FelixD cat . 2018-01-17
Nice video 33"
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steve smith . 2018-01-07
The log was not in the same position for the 33 vs the jeep with the bigger tires, The taller part of the log was facing upright for the first jeep , and no so for the second.
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loenigma69 . 2018-01-07
Thank you!
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Benjamin Santos . 2018-01-06
What gears should you run on 37’s?
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Jerry Samouce . 2018-01-05
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Lloyd Bonafide . 2018-01-03
How about just get out and TOSS the little branch aside?

Jeezus.............
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Vugar Farajov . 2018-01-03
good
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a c . 2017-12-26
Best jeep tire size? lowest center of gravity with the largest tire. Get a 4 inch long arm lift with 40s or 42s and cut the fenders.
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ZJRW98 . 2017-12-25
Very informative I really like the side by side comparison great job!
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N0AGI . 2017-12-20
I am looking at upgrading my Rubicon 2015 stock tires to 35" or 37" (still undecided). My jeep came w/ Dana 44 F and R. I understand from the replies here and in JKOwners, that for 37", re-gearing is a must to an ideal 5.13 ratio. What I don't quite understand is where does Dana 44 fit into this w/ the re-gearing formula.

In short, do I still need to re-gear for w/ 37" or w/ 35" despite having Dana 44s. What is the relation of Dana 44 spec to the re-gearing set up.

thanks much
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