So my dilemma is 33's or 35s. Colin loves his 35. Many people have told me that if I run 35 it'll handle awful and now that I'm a dad I worry about those things as my toddler is my main copilot.
I'd start with the 33's. See how it rides and tackle some good trails.
To get an idea for the 35's, try placing Colin's spare tire next to yours to get an idea of how much trimming would be involved. If you're planning to mostly run hardcore trails like the Rubicon the 35's might make sense, but how many of those trips vs. easier ones will you attend in a year. Don't forget the long highway miles to get there and back as well.
There's also a lot more rotational mass that you're asking that engine to turn vs. the 33's. The gutted interior helps with that.
Edited by Disco2Guy, 06 May 2015 - 08:03 PM.