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help with lift and tires

Hello everyone I'm new to the forums and this is my first post. I recently purchased a 2005 wk 3.7 with low miles and have loved it so far. When winter is over I plan on replacing the tires and doing a 2 lift. I have been reading a lot on here but still have a few unanswered questions. I was wondering what size tire I could run with the 2 lift and what is the best brand also what type of tire I should get. I plan on driving on some light-medium trails and light-medium mudding but I need it for everyday driving as well. Thanks for the help.
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Re: help with lift and tires

265/70/17 and or 255/75/17 are the most common sizes when running a 2" lift.

I'm running General Grabber AT2's and love them.
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Re: help with lift and tires

after reading a bunch more today i think i will go with an OME lift http://www.quadratec.com/products/76090_60X_PG.htm
in that kit is that everything i need to lift my jeep 2" because in the picture of the shocks it does not show fronts. and i looked at the General Grabber AT2's and they look like good tires.
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