The ones that come on the Colorado ZR2 are what I’ll be putting on my 16 this winter. Wrangler Duratrac 265/65r17 check them outThis week I saw some Goodyear Wrangler 245/65-17 snow flake rated tires on a Trailhawk.
They looked like they meant business off road. The snow flake rating will result in less tire mileage.
Couldn't find them on the Internet so maybe a Goodyear tire dealer can find them.
Thats incorrect. Less mileage than what?The snow flake rating will result in less tire mileage.
These are great tires!!! I put 65,000 miles on a set of those on my Xterra, and they still had substantial tread left when I traded the car. Though not the most aggressive LOOKING tire, they are one of the best all around true A/T. Excellent snow and offroad chops, and drive like a good set of all seasons on the road.Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015 - Size: LT245/65R17
1st place in wet/dry, 2nd place in snow.
I have a 2015 Limited as well and I went with 245/60/18 Wildpeak AT Trails. I do have the HS lift on mine though, so not sure how they would fit stock.i got a 2015 cherokee limited (stock) , i would like to get beefier tires, something that last longer,
whats the biggest tire that i can put in there
thanks in advance
Those are pretty damn close to the same OD as 245/70/17. That's what I run on my lifted Trailhawk. Zero clearance and extra drivetrain wear and tear issues...Bigger is not always better...I have a 2015 Limited as well and I went with 245/60/18 Wildpeak AT Trails. I do have the HS lift on mine though, so not sure how they would fit stock.