Using a sizing chart i found online, my cherokee with a 1.5" spacer shackle lift should fit 30" tires without rubbing. 4wheelparts.com has bfg allterrains on sale and i'm going to order this model: 30x9.50R15, BFGoodrichAll-Terrain T/A KO-RH2
You can run that size on a stock jeep with very minimal rubbing. If you are replacing the wheels get a 15x7" wheel unless you plan to go to a 12.50 wide tire at a later date. You also want 4.5" or less back spacing to keep from rubbing the lower control arms at full lock. With the 15x7" wheels with 4.5" backspacing you should still be able to stuff the tires without hitting the flares.
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