17" rims IMO leave the "perfect" amount of sidewall on 35" tires, and they will clear JK big brake kits. Also, 17" tire sizes are available in load range C, D and E, while 16" tires are usually only D or E.
Some folks like more sidewall, and they run 15" rims on JKs, but I'd stick with 17s - as time goes on, tires for 17s will be more commonly available than for 16s. Also, if you change to 37s (it can happen
) the tires will be a bit less wiggly on-road.
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