Guide to tire sizes for Jeeps

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Guide to tire sizes for Jeeps
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For 2011, the Jeep brand includes the Grand Cherokee, Liberty, Patriot and Wrangler, models of varying size and capabilities. This guide to tire sizes for Jeeps applies to 2011 models, featuring original equipment manufacturer recommendations and options.

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Grand Cherokee tire sizes

The Jeep Grand Cherokee, the flagship model in the Jeep fleet, comes with one of two original equipment manufacturer tire sizes. Grand Cherokee Laredos with 17 inch wheels have 245/70-17 tires, and those with 18-inch wheels come with 265/60-18 tires. The Grand Cherokee can also use 20- and 22-inch tires, according to the website Tire Rack. (Metric measurements vary).

Liberty tire sizes

When equipped with 17-inch wheels, the Jeep Liberty Limited should have 235/65-17 tires or 235/60-18 tires with 18-inch wheels. You may also use larger tires for the vehicle when it has 20- or 22-inch wheels. (Metric measurements vary).

Patriot Tire sizes

The Jeep Patriot Latitude comes standard with 17-inch wheels, and 2011 models come with 215/60-17 or 215/65-17 tires. The vehicle can also use tire sizes ranging from 18 to 20 inches. (Metric measurements vary).

Wrangler Tire sizes

The 2011 Jeep Wrangler Sport comes with 225/75-16 tires when equipped with 16-inch wheels. With 17-inch wheels, the Wrangler Sport comes with 255/75-17 wheels, but you may use optional 17-, 18- or 20-inch wheels on the vehicle. (Metric measurements vary).

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