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You don’t want different diameters on the front and rear, they all need to be the same. I’m not aware of a way to reprogram the jeep for a new diameter tire either so you’ll be putting more miles on the odometer than you actually travel (if smaller than stock). Sorry, that’s all I know.
 

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OK thanks. Would .2 Diameter difference be that big of a deal? I have no clue.
I have no definitive evidence one way or the other but I’ve had AWD vehicles since 2005 and I’ve always been told you don’t even replace just one tire if you get a flat, you need to do them all because any difference will cause added wear to the TC and differentials.
 
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