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2011 Liberty Sport question (will these tires fit?)


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So far my jeep isn't lifted (yet) but I need some tires. I remember my old truck had great traction ...

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Old 04-11-2018, 08:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default 2011 Liberty Sport question (will these tires fit?)

So far my jeep isn't lifted (yet) but I need some tires. I remember my old truck had great traction on/off road with BFG All-Terrain tires, and I see that there is a model of All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires in my size (225/75/R16). Will these fit without rubbing inside the wheel well?

If so, can anyone suggest for a good fit that's good on/off road? I just moved across the country and want to explore this spring.

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I was using 245/70r16 general grabber at2's on my jeep and they fit when stock without an issue.
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Originally Posted by renegade 04 View Post
I was using 245/70r16 general grabber at2's on my jeep and they fit when stock without an issue.
I run 235-70-r16 grabber at2 stock and lifted no issues great tire in my opinion.
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Thanks, maybe I should have tried Grabber. I ended up ordering the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A in 245/70R16 once I was assured I'd be able to return them if there was any issue. They look a little snug but fit with no problem.
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