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Will 225/65/17 tires fit without any rubbing on a stock 2015 Latitude with 1" spacers?
 

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Randy for a very quick reply give IDoMyOwnRacing a PM.

Search his name or left click his picture in any other post and then select, "start a conversation". He will definitely know your answer (y)(y)(y)
 

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That size tire will fit fine, not sure if the spacer will cause a problem or not. Sometimes the use of spacers requires the modification of the pinch seam. As puddlesplasher said, check with IDoMyOwnRacing.
 

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Will 225/65/17 tires fit without any rubbing on a stock 2015 Latitude with 1" spacers?
Yes, you will be fine with that setup. Anything larger then a 1 inch spacer will cause the tires to rub a little bit when turning (at about 3/4 turn) with 225/65R17.
 

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I have a 2017 latitude 4x4. I am having my Pirelli All terrain plus 225/65/R17 installed on Friday. I'm not using any spacers. I'll let you know how it goes. From what I read from all the guys on the forums, they should be fine so that is why I am going for it.
 

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I have a 2017 latitude 4x4. I am having my Pirelli All terrain plus 225/65/R17 installed on Friday. I'm not using any spacers. I'll let you know how it goes. From what I read from all the guys on the forums, they should be fine so that is why I am going for it.
Let me know I just bought a 2020 Jeep Renegade latitude with 17x 7 rims. I was looking at the 225/65R17 tires as well.
 

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Let me know I just bought a 2020 Jeep Renegade latitude with 17x 7 rims. I was looking at the 225/65R17 tires as well.
Welcome to the forum. There is a lot of great info on this forum. You will not have any problem with the 225/65/17 on your Latitude. Enjoy your new Latitude.
 

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I run 235 65 17 with no lift or problems!
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You should be good, we like pictures, please post some pictures of your Renegade after you have the new tires installed.
I had the Pirelli All Terrain plus 225/65R17 tires installed. I think they look and ride great. Also, they raise the clearance from the 67K miles that were on the original OEM tires.
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Those tires look great, love the color and the scene above the Renegade on the door. That is why we like pictures. 67k on oem tires is a lot of miles. 👍 I had to scratch to get 30k out of mine. Thanks for posting.
 

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Looks GOOD!!! (y)

Thanks for sharing with pictures.
 

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Yes, you will be fine with that setup. Anything larger then a 1 inch spacer will cause the tires to rub a little bit when turning (at about 3/4 turn) with 225/65R17.
Do you have any pictures of your renegade with the 1” spacers ? I would like to know how they look ? Cuz I wanna do the same thing to my renegade get the same tire size 225/65/17 with 1” spacers
 

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Do you have any pictures of your renegade with the 1” spacers ? I would like to know how they look ? Cuz I wanna do the same thing to my renegade get the same tire size 225/65/17 with 1” spacers
Wheels and Tires

Modification in general

In the snow

I started off with 1.5 inch spacers all the way around and had a little rubbing at 3/4 turn if I hit a bump, or going up a curb.

I replaced the front spacers with 1.0 inch spacers and got rid of the rubbing.
End setup: 1.0 inch spacers in the front, 1.5 inch spacers in the rear (see "in the snow" pics).

The rims are: MR701, 17X7.5, 5X110, -30mm offset.
 

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I never thought about a different size in spacers for the rear. But thank you for that small detail it helps a lot :) also another question after adding those tire size “ 225/65/17 for off roading, would I need to do any other work on the suspension, on the springs or bushings or shocks.?? So I don’t mess up my Jeep cuz they have to be very well done. & it’s my first Jeep I always owned cars & I don’t wanna have rumbling issues 😅 or anything like that. I wanna take good care of it :)
 

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I never thought about a different size in spacers for the rear. But thank you for that small detail it helps a lot :) also another question after adding those tire size “ 225/65/17 for off roading, would I need to do any other work on the suspension, on the springs or bushings or shocks.?? So I don’t mess up my Jeep cuz they have to be very well done. & it’s my first Jeep I always owned cars & I don’t wanna have rumbling issues 😅 or anything like that. I wanna take good care of it :)
No, the 225/65R17's should fit without modifications.
 
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