If its an automatic and you can get one with 4.10's in it (optional w/ the 3.6L even w/ the Rubicon package) you probably won't have any real need to regear for 35's. Even my gutless 3.8L and junky 42RLE are doing just fine with 4.10's and metric 35" equivalents (like a 34.5). Don't get me wrong, its sow, but it drives just fine.
I've been running for 5,000 miles on my 2008 with metric 35's and 4.10's in CO. I haven't broken anything but I did sleeve my front axle just to play it safe. I also plan on installing Artec trusses and upgrading to the Synergy ball joints when mine wear out.
Mine is also a daily driver and used for more "expedition" type wheeling. Mild to moderate trails and loaded up for taking the family camping. I'm running a 2.5" RE lift that has settle down to barely over and inch of lift and flat flares.
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2008 Unlimited Rubicon: 37's, 3" Synergy Springs, Artec trusses, 5.38's, Winch, PSC/Poly Cage, Bumpers, TNT Alum belly skids, and other doodads