I love the styling of my new Iron Borne. Although not built for the same capabilities of the wrangler this Jeep does have its potential. Howbeit...limited. After installing the new Daystar 1.5" lift and 1.25" spacers there is no doubt they bring an added beefiness that this Renny needed. The next step? New tires of course! But if your like me, on a budget and don't mind the wheels of the Trailhawk model then really all you want is to go up a size in a 4x pair of A/Ts. This is where the dilemma really gets interesting... Tire sizes come in all varieties and I have been trying to acquaint myself with the various terms of backspacing, offset, and wheel sizes that just a few weeks ago I had no concept of. Granted, the forums are certainly a blessing to point someone in the right direction. And with that being said, here is a little something for those in my same plight. If your not sure what will fit, take a good look at these measurements to give you a rough idea. The specs for my build include: 2016 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk 1.5" Daystar lift 1.25" at 5 x 110mm bolt pattern spacers 17" wheels and 215/65r17 Falken Wildpeak H/Ts (essentially 28" diameter x 8.5 width) A great tool that I have found helpful is the tiresize.com website to compare between your factory tires and what you want to downsize/upsize into. Its extremely helpful in determining what may or may not fit. Furthermore, if your looking to go to a different wheelsize and find the equivalent tire size this is awesome! From the back tires the closest trim to worry about is the trim closest to the doors, about 1.5" inches of play, no issues here. However, here in the front we see that with the wheels turned in the gap is quickly closed... Rubbing is going to occur with about .5" added to the sidewall or 1" to the diameter at the pinch seem. Also, a wider tire will cause problems here too. In the end, I cant see anyone running anything larger than a 29" tire without serious rubbing. You can use spacers to push the wheel out from rubbing on the strut but then your run into the problem of limiting your turn radius. In other words, the longer range of the spacer - the greater the swing of the wheel into the fender liner. If this is the case, then it might be time to bust out some cutting tools. Look at the Pinch Seam Trim by Wayolife. I have a set of 235/65R17's on the way and already plan to be moving some things around to make room. In the future, it would be nice to see some other alternatives for aftermarket fender liners that accommodate some cutting of the pinch seems.