You can buy temporary "donut" spare tires directly from Ford or other automakers' official parts departments, from tire manufacturers such as Goodyear, or from retailers that sell several brands, such as Tire Rack. You n... More »

Manufacturers suggest that donut tires, or compact spares, be driven no faster than 50 miles per hour. In addition, they recommend these tires only be used for short trips and a total distance of 50 miles. More »

"Donut" tires, commonly known as spares, are intended to be driven for no more than 70 miles. They are supposed to only be used under emergency situations, as they tend to have less than the recommended tread depth of no... More »

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Although many companies manufacture tires in U.S. factories, as of 2014, only a few American-owned tire manufacturers remain: Cooper Tires, Titan Tires, Denman Tires, Goodyear and Kelly Springfield. Of these, Kelly Sprin... More »

Although they do not provide tire charts per se, Goodyear and Tire Rack both provide instructional material on finding tire size. Most of the information is found by reading size information located on a tire's sidewall.... More »

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Many tire retailers, such as Tire Rack and Pep Boys have the tire size for the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Other websites, such as Tire-Size-Conversion.com and SizeMyTires.com, also list the tire size for the vehicle. More »

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Reviews of Goodyear tires at ConsumerAffairs.com say defects concern bubbles in the tire wall, tires blowing out and thread wearing out quickly. TireRack.com has more than 20,000 user reviews of Goodyear tires, many of w... More »

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