I can not see that working well. not just gears. few 10.5s tires out there, Interco's? made for primarily off road. you are in Florida, so mud? turning those in mud is going to test all your drive train. you must have this tj well chopped up to get 37" unless this has a 4" body lift.
Depends on your set-up. I'm going to try running that set-up in my rig (12.50s though)-BUT I'm far from stock and my Tq peak is very low on the RPM/TQ curve comparatively. OD will strictly be for high speed interstate travel. If you have a gasser I'd suggest looking for an old 4 speed with the granny low. OD will be useless to you.
If you are running the 4.0L in the TJ, you will probably want to go to 4.56 gears to keep your RPMs in line. Also what axles do you have? Have you beefed them up at all? Most stock jeep axles will not handle 37s well offroad. If all you are doing is crawling the mall, you will probably be just fine.
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Notwithstanding the suggestions that prior posters have tried to make, it is impossible to make a proper gearing recommendation for you unless we know what year your TJ is and what transmission it has. Different gearing combinations in transmissions mean different answers for axle gearing to result in optimum final drive ratio. Overall though when considering all the possible options you might have, I don't think you are going to like 37s and 3.73.
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