Tony, it's no problem at all. I have to be honest, if it is a 2" lift, you have some room to work. The only concern is I wouldn't go too much wider. Basically, the 175 you indicated is directly related to height, even though the second number (65) will play a role.
Don't laugh, but you should have 2 extra inches to work with. My biggest concern isn't necessarily the height but if a larger tire will hit the inner fender or fender itself when turning. So be aware of that. Now, when I try to determine tire size variance, there is a site I use that shows a side by side comparison of tires sizes. What I want you to try is this. Place the OEM tire size in tire size 1. Then start changing the 2nd size until you see an overall diameter that you feel will fit. For example, compare a 175/65/15 to a 205/65/15. The site will actually tell you how the size difference affects even the rotations of the tire per mile. Please keep in mind, using a larger tire will change the accuracy of the speedometer.
Try it and let me know what you think. Let me know the sizes you feel could work and I'll look compare them and tell you my opinion.
Here is the link. I've used the site a number of times when people want to go larger when ordering tires. It never failed me. LOL
Let me know.
Saturday, April 18th, 2020 AT 9:40 PM