Will a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo fit 255/75 R17
Okay so I have done the search on this and get conflicting answers so I thought I would start a new thread. I have a stock (no lift/leveling) 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo with the I6 motor and currently have 255/75 R15 on there. I found a set of 5 255/75 R17 BF Goodrich mud-terrain tires and rims off a Rubicon for $600 with barely any use. Will these work for my Jeep without any mods?
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BFGoodrich says that size is a 32.1 in diameter. They will not fit stock and you be able to turn. You'll tear the inner fenderwells liners and tires to shreds.
04 4.7 HO, limited
08 Z71 Suburban, front leveling kit with rear spacers. 285/65 18s Nitto TerraGrappler G2s
94 5.9 Laredo 6.5 RE lift with 35 Maxxis Bighorns
and 33 Bridgestone Duelers
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For your performance needs:
I'm running those on my jeep. But I have 4" of lift and wheel adaptors. If you're just looking for cheap tires and don't want to mod your jeep, look somewhere else. You'll spend less money buying new tires in the correct size.
5.9 Limited, RE 4" lift, RE FTB, JK take offs w/ 255/75/17 BFG MT's, 1.25" wheel adapters, ARB Bumper, Superwinch LP10000, K&N intake, Flowmaster, custom JL & Focal stereo, 20% tint, KOR roof mount tire carrier, JCR sliders, cobra 75 wx st
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