The stock size on 92 and newer Troopers is supposed to be P245-70R16 not
235-75. I do not know other sizes for sure, but the folks at TireRack
should be able to help you out if you call them. The key things to watch is
that the rolling circumference is close to the same as stock (so that the
speedometer reads correctly and that you don't change the final drive
gearing) and of course mechanical clearances (so that the tire doesn't
contact bodywork, brakes, suspension, etc.).
Brett W. Rohlfing
You can go up to 285/75-16 or so without rubbing. If you're on factory 16"
wheels, or, if you have 15" wheels, you can run something like a
31x10.50-15, and be good to go.
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