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post #1 of 3 Old 07-03-2013, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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question for anyone running 235/75r15 tires

I am in bad need of tires. My 94 YJ is all stock with 164750 miles on it 2.5L 4 cylinder. Currently it has 225/75r15 tires with a 235/75r15 spare that previous owner put on. Seems there are more tire choices if I go to 235/75r15 size. Just wanted to know if they will fit with no problems. Walmart has a good deal on a set of goodyear wranglers.

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post #2 of 3 Old 07-03-2013, 02:39 PM
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I have Goodyear wrangler radials on my. Stock Yj. My springs are sagging but they fit fine they don't rub at full stuff offroad either. My only issue with the tires are they have weak sidewalls punctured a tire in every time out with the Yj. And they make more noise then my KM2's on my Xj which I've never had a problem puncturing tires on running the same trails.


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Here are my BFG AT/s that I just fitted up yesterday. They gave me a bit of lift over the 215/75/15's that were on there previously. These tires are GREAT! Quite, grip in the wet (all we've had is rain) and a very comfortable ride so far as I can tell.

This is also on the stock suspension. I think that I could run a 2.5 inch spring lift and still feel like these are a good size with no worry about tire tub or having to trim fenders.
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