Question about 1994 Jeep Cherokee Country
1999 grand cherokee with stock 16" rims and 245/75/16 tires wanted to go with some 31" or 32" tires. is this possible?
Basically, you can put any tire you want under your vehicle providing it fits under the wheel tubs. HOWEVER: remember that each time you increase tire diameter, you are likewise increasing the amount of foot lbs of energy required to get the vehicle underway from a dead start and uphill. You will also be changing the final drive ratio which will cause inaccurate speedometer operation and also affect the speed sensor (if so equipped) output to the ecm. Making a small change such as going from a 225 tire to a 235, is OK as long as you note the speed inaccuracy, to avoid getting speeding tickets, but a jump of three sizes or more could result in driveline and performance problems. Putting in "lift kits" and giant tires looks hot, but unless its done correctly it causes more grief than it's worth, unless you are in need of additional grolund clearance for a specific reason.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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