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What Hits, What Fits

Posted in How To: Wheels Tires on March 1, 2011 Comment (0)
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What Hits, What Fits

In December of 2005, we brought you a first-of-its-kind chart of what tires you can fit on your Jeep, no matter what model your Jeep might be. Since most of you only had eyes for the chart itself and not so much for the text accompanying it, we decided to bring you a new and improved updated tire fitment guide.

How accurate these numbers are will depend on how well-used your Jeep is. If your Jeep has been used for nothing but hauling unabridged dictionaries and your springs are sagging, you might want to err on the smaller side. If your Jeep is driven by Grandma to church, you can probably ride the high side of the chart for the segment you fit into.

After much studying and nights burning the midnight oil, we added some new information and modified some of the info that we had on there already, all to bring you the new and improved Jp magazine Tire Fitment Guide.

Wheel Diameter P-Metric Size Actual Tire Width Actual Tire Height
15-inch rims 205/70R15 8.70 inches 26.2 inches
215/75R15 8.46 inches 27.6 inches
235/75R15 9.25 inches 28.8 inches
265/70R15 10.4 inches 29.6 inches
16-inch rims 245/75R16 9.64 inches 30.4 inches
285/75R16 11.2 inches 32.8 inches
315/75R16 12.4 inches 34.6 inches
395/70R16 15.5 inches 37.7 inches
17-inch rims 235/65R17 9.25 inches 29.5 inches
265/70R17 10.4 inches 31.6 inches
255/75R17 10.4 inches 32.0 inches
285/70R17 11.2 inches 32.7 inches
315/70R17 12.4 inches 34.3 inches

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