I too would like a narrow 35/36 tire. A 12.50 tire around here can be a hand full when changing lanes. The pavement grooves tend to pull you around.
I can be hitting the bump stops on most gravel roads. Your springs might be stiffer or your shocks can play a role also. If I had 33's then I could get another inch of up travel.
I think the important thing is to figure out where you are going to end up. Doing things twice is a pain. Heck I may end up on 40's. It just depends how bored a guy gets in the winter.
2014 JKU, JKS lift,Poison spyder flares, bombshell covers,Rancho D2 control arms, JKS adjustable track bars, 35" Tires. GrabBars, Crawler Conceptz rear bumper, Smitty front bumper, Winch. Rough Country inner fenders, Teraflex Disco Mud Flaps
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