Ended up going with 275/60/r20 BF Goodrich KO2's no rubbing at all. Can definitely fit more tire but cost and weight goes way up.
I’m also interested in this question.
Got my 4xe Sahara about a month ago.
20” rims look nice around town, but certainly not appropriate for off-road/overlanding.
I want to go 285/70R17s, but am hoping to put off lifting for now. I am fairly certain I’ll be OK in terms of clearance in the wells, but am still wondering about suspension clearance. If anyone here has wisdom to share about this, I’d be obliged. Wondering if I could do Rubi take-offs (which is a far more economical option), or whether I’ll need less offset/more backspace to make sure there’s no rubbing when flexed.
Those particular tires have non-directional treads so they can be installed with either side facing out for aesthetics with the same performance. Generally, one side tends to keep the original black lettering.Did you manually have to blackout the white lettering on the tires?
Does anyone make white walled tires anymore? That would be an interesting look on an all white Jeep like this.Those particular tires have non-directional treads so they can be installed with either side facing out for aesthetics with the same performance. Generally, one side tends to keep the original black lettering.
I'm thinking of getting those exact tires when delivery day finally comes... Seem to be the perfect mix of city and light off road driving, and most importantly look fantastic on the stock rims without hurting my wallet. Love your build!