38's - Are They the New 37?

Do you like 38" Tires?

  • YES! Dying for a set and regardless of make or model

    Votes: 1 1.5%
  • Yes - But only if they're made by a brand I like and in a model I prefer

    Votes: 27 40.9%
  • Nope - Perfectly happy with 37's

    Votes: 20 30.3%
  • Nah - I'd rather just make the jump to 40's

    Votes: 18 27.3%

  • Total voters


Caught the Bug
I’m all for it. Oddly, my cooper 37x13.5s are already looking a smidge too small…. even though the day I put them on I was like hell yes!!.

yet, 40’s looks a tick too much with my modest 2.5ish lift…i’ll play the goldie lox card and hope cooper and nitto offer a few more options in some dirty8’s..

Marcus Davies

New member
It depends on the owner of the jeep to install either of these sizes. All of us have different preferences when it comes to the auto parts and accessories that we will install in our vehicles. I will still stick with 37' I am not planning to do some upgrade since I am happy with it.


Caught the Bug
I was pumped for these 38s when you posted the video Eddie, but I'm finding $150 per tire premium over the 37s a hard pill to swallow


Active Member
im running 37x13.50 coopers on my 2 dr and they already feel like a bear to push around with a 6 speed and no hydro assist. Im always paranoid about breaking stuff even with a pr44 and 35 spline rears. idk i feel like 38s are a market for people wanting to get the most out of their 44 axles and just personally i dont want to go any bigger on mine. I can see how they would be appealing on a 4dr but still IMO id rather go 1 tons and 40s i dont see the need to upgrade my coopers anytime soon without 1 tons.
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