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I'd like to get a 2 1/2" lift on my Liberty pretty soon to deal with the snow we should be getting any day now. What is the best setup in order to be safe, have good road performance, and not do major changes to the geometry? I wouldn't mind if it were on the lower end of the price range as well, but safety and reliability are more important. I also have a related question about wheels and tire sizes I found a set of 16" Aluminum Dodge wheels and some great "used" Cooper M+S tires at a fantastic price, but the tires are P225 70 R16 instead of P235 70 R16. According to charts this is not an unacceptable difference, but what can I really expect from the tire size difference and the Dodge car wheels? We decided this was going to be the best bet for good winter tires quick. My cousin also owns the Used Parts yard where we're buying the wheels and tires so I have no doubts about the quality of the wheels or tires which I have looked at, and we fitted the wheels to be sure they would work before going ahead with mounting the tires and tire balance. Now we have time to get some good "All Season" tires for next summer.