There are several previous posts on this subject with a lot of good info, just look it up in the search bar...I believe 31 inch tires can be added without a lift..will beef it up a bit..but check the previous posts for sure..
I have a 97 TJ, with stock wheels and tires. I plan on getting her some new tires soon, but I'm completely lost as to what I can get.
On the tires themselves, the size states it's 215/70R15 (even though all the tire sites I visit state that 97 Wranglers are 225/75R15)
What size tires can I get for my Jeep? I don't plan on getting lifts, so everything will stay stock until I fix her up a little bit more.
I'm really curious since I plan on going to a Tire shop this weekend, and I really don't want to sound dumb when trying to decide which tire to get.
If you live in a big city look on craigs list... You would be shocked at how many wrangler owners sell their stock rims with almost new tires still attached for very low $$$... They buy new rims and sell their stock ones for very cheap.
With a stock wheel and no lift you can run 30 X 9.5 or 31 X 10.5 tires. For general daily driving and mild off road get an AT style. The Duratracs are very popular and are supposed to be very good in the rain/snow. Don't get a MT (mud) type or anything with a few very large lugs. They might look nasty, but they will be noisy and be horrible on wet streets.