245/75R17 BFGoodrich All Terrians (might have minor rubbing)
That was for a stock Commander, NOT lifted.
To me, minor rubbing means an annoyance, NOT damage, likely this tire "might" rub when you turn the steering wheel all the way to lock, and then it will only be some noise and vibration. Maybe rub some paint off the frame rail, round down the edge of the shoulder of the tread a tiny bit.
Like I said, do a little internet research, go to the manufacturer's web site or a big tire seller's web site, look up the specs for the 245/75R17 BFGoodrich All Terrian and the specs for your tires and compare them.
If the dimensions are the same, its reasonable to expect the results will be the same as the 245/75R17 BFGoodrich All Terrian, if they are smaller, good chance there will NOT be any rubbing, if they are larger, good chance the rubbing will be worse.
Remember the big one's too look at, "Overall Tire Diameter", and if common sense didn't tell you this, the "Rev's per Mile" is another good indicator, the tire with the higher rev's per mile, should be smaller in diameter. Just as important is "Tread Width", that is how wide the tire will be at the point it rubs, the dimension in the listed its size is the widest part of the tire, somewhere on the sidewall, NOT how wide it is at the tread. Finally compare the pictures of the tread, there are NOT many tires with a sqaured off tread shoulder like the BFG AT's, likely you're tire is more rounded at the shoulder (i.e. the actual point that will contact the frame rail).
Why the same tire might rub on some Commander's but NOT others? There will be variances in the contruction of the vehicle and its body, slight differences in alignment from Commander to Commander (and the difference may be for the variance in the body). Notice how everything in life has a +/- to it. So, a tire that just barely clears with 1/32nd of inch on one Commander, could very well rub on another Commander, simply because of the +/- in the vehicle and its alignment.