The Jeep Cherokee can fit anywhere from a 29 to 35-inch tire. The specific size of tire depends on the vehicle model and how much it is lifted.
The Jeep Cherokee comes in multiple configurations; as such, it is important to recognize the issues that will affect what size tires can be used. Certain years and styles, such as the 1993-1998 Grand Cherokee, have small wheel openings and limited cutable space. Such vehicles require greater lift for larger tires. It is possible to safely place 35-inch tires on a 1984-2001 Cherokee, but only if it is given an 8-inch lift. All years and models of Cherokee can take a 29-inch tire at all safe lift limits. Users should check the aftermarket specifications when deciding on the size of tire for their particular Cherokee model.