Are you looking for direct suggestions or how to find some for yourself? There is a tire formula if you do not know it.
lets look at the stock tire size on a 2013 jku spot
to find the tire height, it just take some math.
Take the 255 and divide it by 25.4. The factor of 25.4 will always be constant, no matter the tire you are looking at.
this is your tire width. Not the tread width, but the total width of the tire.
now we take that tire width, and multiply it by .75, the second number in the tire size. 255/75
and now divide that number by 2. 15.059/2=7.529
the 7.529 is the total amount of rubber in inches on each side of the tire.
so to get the total tire height, we take the rim size of 17" and add the total amount of rubber, 15.059" and get 32.059"
this will work for any tire. I would recommend putting it into an excel sheet so you can play around with multiple tire sizes and rim sizes that you find.
good luck in finding one you like