Well, Hello, Hello, Hello... I have an update somewhat, so if you are patient enough to read through all of this, then something may help you out here ie: pictures
With all else ado here you go, I am getting further along on my tire hunt
The Cooper Zeon LTZ - well looking more into these I don't think I am going to go with them. Just not my forte :/ unfortunately. Now someone I talked to today did recommend the Cooper LT3 (?) which caught my eye, but once again just another tire to look into and get more reviews on. :O I am starting to get burnt out on the research scene!
Nitto Terra Grapplers - I know quite a few people have had luck with these, but after I talked to more and more shops... they happen to put a bug in my ear that these tires are a tad bit noisy on the road as well as the tread wear isn't that good. The shops were saying that the tread wear is around 30-40,000 miles... :/ I'm looking for a tad bit more. Another tire scratched off my list.
Hankook Dynapro ATM RF10 - I'm still looking into these. The shops here aren't too familiar with these tires, so I will have to do my own research on these one's. But so far so good, they get good reviews. I will just have to do more checking on fitment for the Jeep.
Now a NEW tire :O UGH what the heck LOL Nokian Vativa A/T - I feel in love at first! And they fit (pictures also) thank you to Johnson's tire Shop, the guys bent over backwards to satisfy a customer! They actually test fitted this one on my Jeep. Only bad thing, is they are the only shop in Alaska that sells and can sell that tire :O Again more research, because the other shops didn't know about that one. :P
First picture is with the Jeep at "PARK" height, all the way down! No rubbing, no touching nothing! PERFECT!
Picture #2 is with the tire turned all the way to the right. Again no touching. I figured the A arm and the stud/ball joint stud with the nut on it would be the most important part as far as the tire touching goes at least for me it was!
Now final pic, is a picture without the tire turned at all! Again it didn't touch the stud/ball joint stud or anything with the A arm.
1 last note on that tire, turning it hard left, it didn't touch anything including the felt/fender well, now turning the tire hard right, it touched the felt/fender well up in front but not much at all! Even saying that it touches may be pushing it a tad bit... once you drive around a little and wear the tire down it won't touch it at all. Sorry no pics on this one. Now that is only turning hard right.
A couple of the shops I went to also brought up the Bridgestone Dueler A/T, so I will be possibly looking into this one. :O
One last note, please don't smoosh me on this one if I'm wrong. But at one of the shops I went to, he did some math for me on I guess I could say what my odometer would be off, well the figure came out to be 4.85% running the 275/55R/20's. Which equals out to be something like 260 miles over a 100,000 miles on the Jeep. But whenever a programmer comes out for the Jeep, I might just be looking into purchasing one to fix that
Sorry forgot 1 more thing. I asked the dealer up here, if for whatever reason putting larger tires on my Jeep would void the warranty. He said NO! Of course there is a but, as long as whatever I brought my Jeep in for work wise wasn't caused by the tires...
So I'm hoping that this post will help someone out somehow at least as far as fitting 275/50R/20's on the Jeep goes, with 20" wheels.
Thank You everyone for you time. Take care and have a good week