Originally Posted by oilcounter
I put on 265/75/16 Michelin LTX several months ago. What an improvement. very little road noise than the "badyears" they came with. Fit snuggly and no problems rubbing.
Be careful...you may be rubbing and not know it. I have a set of 265/75/16 Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo's on my 00' GC and I'm rubbing on the rear of the inner fender wall (up against the engine housing), and on the rear shocks. I'm running a Rusty's Offroad 2.5" lift. Here's pictures of where I'm rubbing up front...I'll have to wait until Sunday when I get her back to get some pictures of the where they're rubbing on the rear shocks.
If you put these tires on the stock wheel, they will not fit...however, if you're going to go aftermarket with the wheels (ie. smaller than 6" backspacing), then they should fit...under that condition, you'll only be rubbing on this tiny flap in the front when you hit certain bumps, and you can just cut this flap off....not a problem at all, as I've yet to find a purpose for it.
If you're still wanting the 265/75/16's, LAJeep, I'll be selling mine as soon as I get my new tires in this week for $450 for all 5. One has only been mounted (never touched earth (spare tire on roof)), the rest have less than 2500 miles, all on-road so no chuncks missing or scars and I'm in New Orleans, so I can bring them up to you.