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I read it is the aspect ratio (width divided by the height) but can someone explain to me how a 285/70r17 tire would look different than a 285/75r17 tire? i am trying to choose between the trail grapplers 295/70r17 and 285/70r17 or 285/75r17 and don't know why i should choose one over the other thanks. Tread widths can play a big part in what fits a wrangler jk. there is 5.5″ of backspacing on a jk and if you are going to run stock wheels an 11.5″ width is about the maximum tire size that will not rub on the suspension without wheel spacers. many tires come in the 33×12.50 size but the 12.50 width will cause rubbing. several tire makers have a 295/70r17 size which is a good in-between. Fresh off the install of the teraflex 2.5″ budget boost lift a new set of tires were needed to be fitted onto the jeepfan.com jk to finish the set up. after a visit to ok auto and trying a toyo 35″ we decided on a smaller size. see will 35’s fit on my jk wrangler with stock rims?.
Jeep wrangler sahara 285/70r17 ko2 rims stock. The 265/70/17's will fit on stock rims without a lift without any issues at all. they are basically the same height as the 245/75/17's that you now have as while they are slightly wider, they have a lower aspect ratio so the side walls are smaller relative to the width.. This 4 door jeep jk is sporting 295/70/17 tires on stock wheels with spidertrax 1.5 wheel spacers, jeep has no lift and no rubbing. (photo courtesy of jeepforum.com) (photo courtesy of jeepforum.com) remember going to a taller diameter tire will lift your wrangler jk a little higher up than stock, so it is possible you can rollover a little easier..
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Hi guys, i seek some feedback about 295 70 r17 nitto mt. i want to do a 2'' spacer lift(aev) or 1.75 spacer lift( local shop mixed). all this are for running 285 70 r17 mt. but last weekend, i go to one jeep shop, the owner told me they have a special size tire, 295 70 r17 nitto trail garppler. the size is 34 inch. he suggest me to do that size, because it is the largest legal size in. Apologies if this is covered, i’ve been searching a bunch without any luck. i am running stock willys wheeler wheels and plan to run 295/70r17 stt pros when i get new tires. i have spidertrax spacers, although not for the spare. my question is, will the wider tires mounted on oem wheels be able to mount on the stock tire carrier without a spacer?.