The sticky, found in the tire and wheel section, written and researched by 07JeepXK, will prove helpful.
The small wheelwells (there is a reason for those BTW) create a number of stumbling blocks when a taller tire is fitted.
The upper ball joint, due to its reversed position (stud towards outside) becomes the troublemaker when a wider tire is fitted.
Often, a spacer (to move the wheel outward) is applied but then, because the centerline of the tire has been moved outward, the tire ends up contacting the rear of the inner fender at full lock.
As you read on, you will find some have had some success with minor backspacing changes that came with aftermarket wheels.......memory is weak this morning but there was a specific brand that is available.
Adding to the misery is the fact a smaller diameter wheel won't fit due to the large diameter front brakes and the caliper interferes.
All the bad news aside, it appears that if a wheel spacer, in the 1.25 or 1.50 range, used with the stock tire size, on stock backspaced rims, or the aftermarket rim that I can't remember the name of, again used with the original size tire, may give you the wider stance I suspect you are looking for.
So, get a cup of coffee and search around awile.....let us know what you like.
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