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If you don't offroad at all, a performance type tread might be good. You can get something like these:
If you still don't get it, go to http://www.tirerack.com/ and put in 255/60R15 as a tire size.
The drill version requires the patience to install the header but is easy to slip on and off once the header is there. Feel free to drop me a line if you have any questions. We garage our Jeep, but did get caught in a few heavy downpours. A towell under the seat and a squegee to clear the inside of the windshield if you have to drive are all that are needed outside a sense of adventure...
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