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Old 12-16-2011, 02:32 PM
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1999 S15 Jimmy 4dr 4x4.
My last 3 sets of tires for one Blazer or the other has been GoodYear Wrangler Radial in 235-75 15. Last time i bought a set they were about $67 cheap. I like these tires, the pattern is great for snow but not noisey and the price is right but they aren't quite big enuff. Seems like the next size up in a 15" are the LT.
I don't want to modify the suspension but I do want to fill up the wheel well a little more without an aggressive, noisey tread pattern.
What size tires are bigger than 235-75 15 and will work on my stock 1999 GMC Jimmy 15 inch wheels?

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Old 12-16-2011, 02:36 PM
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30x9.5x15 is the biggest you can go at stock height. You can get 31x10.5x15 if u lift it a little
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A 255/70 15 will also fit without lifting. Its around a 30x10" tire. I ran them on my Blazer at stock height and didn't rub at all. Those should be available in a "P" as well as a "LT" tire.
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