I have the 225/65R17 Yokohama Geolander GO15, on a 2017 trailhawk.
To answer the question about rubbing when parking, I haven't heard nor felt these rub yet at full lock even with suspention compressed hard, you should be fine.
As for the sidewall cuts, these are definatly a step up from the stock Falkens. I use to manage a tire shop, and I have handled a ton of different tires and I really don't think I have ever felt a thinner sidewall than the stock Falkens. The GO15 is better, but nowhere near as good as a KO2.
If i have to recommend a tire, I would def say the BFG KO2. I'm not impressed with the GO15. I have only had them for about a bit over a month, approx. 3000km on them. They are very smooth and quiet, and work well in the rain. but they don't really have an AT tread in the 225/65, they look more agressive in wider/larger sizes. To me, these look like a glorified all season.
I'm already planning on just getting a set of KO2 and trying to sell these. I don't really care how long I sit on them, I just want a more agressive tire like the KO2.
With the KO2, everyone says it's poor traction when wet, I have never experianced this at all on any truck I have ever driven with them. I don't see this as an issue.
that Scorpion AT Plus looks nice, if it's decently priced, I may go that way too insted of the KO2.