you can put a set 31x1050x15 on and it want hurt you gas milage that bad and it would look real good on it and will have a bold look to it.very nice
Jeep did not make a Cherokee Laredo, they did make a grand Cherokee Laredo, and you can fit 31 inch tires.
The 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee in the Laredo trim (with TPMS sensors) can fit 22x9.5 inch wheels. The suggested tire size for this wheel fitment is P265/35/22.
The stock tire size should be 225/75/15
There where about three options from the factory. 3.07, 3.55, and 4.10.
I HAVE A 91 JEEP CHEROKEE LAREDO AND I PUT 31'S UNDER MY STOCK JEEP SO I WOULD GO WITH 31'' TIRES THATS THE LARGEST THAT YOU CAN PUT ON A STOCK CHEROKEE WITH OUT PUTTING A LIFT KIT ON IT AND MINE HAVENT RUBED YET.
must be a 2001 to 1998. they changed in 2002
I put them on my 95 JGC 4x4 stock but they will rub when you turn. I put 2" spring spacers on mine and that took care of the problem.
Max tire size for stock Cherokee is 30x9.50r15 these may still rub at full turn or articulation You can also go up to 235/75R15 without chance of rubbing.
255-245 / 65-70 /17 in normal lift
225/75-15 is the biggest optional tire that Jeep recommends. Of course you could fit a bigger tire, but with adverse effects. Answer I have 245/75 on mine. they work fine.
Stock gear ratios will vary for a Jeep Cherokee depending upon the size of the motor. However, 3.55 and 3.73 are two common gear ratios for the Jeep Cherokee.
Every business that isn't tradable on the stock market and/or have a local owner.
The front speakers are 6.5 in. diameter with a 2 in. depth and the back speakers are 6.5 in. diameter with a 3 in. depth. Pioneerelectronics.com has a system where you choose your make and model, and it will tell you exactly what size your stock speakers are.
What size tire for 2004 Grand Cherokee
yes they will. as long as both jeeps have stock axles.
30X9.5 on your 15inch rim. This is what I run and has been published in numerous off road Jeep articles. Personally, I think just a little smaller might even be better but I run this setup on a stock body/suspension
about 1 foot
It all depends on what you do with your jeep. if you use a lift kit ou can fit up to 37's on it and if its stock you can get up to 32's with some fender trimming
No, Most have the Dana 30 in the front and the Dana 35 in the rear. You will find a Dana 44 in the rear of a few. But this 44 does have a week housing. Look for your number on the side of the Pumpkin, you can get alot of help knowing this number.
maybe ask your closest mechanic
not if you have the stock rims