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Tires size on 2001 jeep cherokee

I have 225/75/15 on now can i go with 235/75/15 it is a sport model 4wd

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Yes you can go with that tyre size. The only difference between the two is that the 235/75/15 one is broader, which means better balance for the vehicle, which is a good thing.

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Easy way to find out is to lift both rear wheels off the ground. Have someone turn one wheel and someone hold the opposite one if they both turn at the same time and in the same direction then you have a posi rear. If only one turns or the other turns in the opposite direction it is an "open" rear.

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