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HELP!!!!! Tires size with 2" lift

Ok, I need some help FAST. I am getting my 2008 Commander today and I will be putting a 2" RC lift on it next week. Problem is I need to order my tires today from dealership as part of the deal. What size Hankook or Duratracs can I put on it with no spacers, just the lift. Pics would be great but just size would be a BIG help guys. THANKS!!!!
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I just added 265-70-17 with no rubbing issues at all or spacers, I personally think it all has to do with the offset and the back spacing of your Rims. Check my photo gallery. D.S
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What kind of tires did you add? Stock rims?
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General Grabber AT2/ With XD Series Rims
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