I bought my 200 with 33" Duratracs that were howling pretty good because it appears the last owner didn't rotate them, and I wanted to upsize to a larger tire too since they measured below a true 33". I switched out the OEM 18" wheels for 17" Rock Warriors and found a lightly used set of 35" Toyo AT2s to see if they would fit and work well for my application. My last rig ran 37" KO2s, so the <33" tire wasn't going to work. I honestly think the stance is perfect on the 200 with these tires, but I'd like to get a brand new set of tires now that it's dialed in (KDSS relocation, trimming and alignment done). I have slight rubbing only at full steering lock, and even though it's not a big deal I'd prefer a slightly narrower tire while keeping as much height as possible. There's nothing wrong with the 35" Toyos, but I like getting fresh shoes and these were bought mainly to see how the truck would handle them. My 200 is my daily driver most of the time, and it sees mainly highway and sees all weather conditions. I like to wheel several times a year in typical Colorado conditions and do at least 1 Moab trip per year. Having good highway manners, snow traction and durability on the trail (hate changing flats) are the keys for what I'm looking for. I compiled a list of the tires I'm looking at below, and I'm leaning towards the Cooper ST MAXX because it offers close to the same height while losing a good bit of width and weight. The only downside I see is they're harder to find and much more expensive at nearly $400 more than the cheapest set on this list. Cost will not prohibit me from getting the right tire, but I do want to be somewhat cost conscious. I sorted these in order of height then width and highlighted the top 2 in each category with comparisons to the current tires. Keep in mind, I'm using manufacturer spec sheets for these, so it's unlikely to be exact in reality. I know for a fact the BFG KO2 34x10.50x17 runs extremely small because I have a buddy with a set, and that along with it's huge price means I'm 99% crossing it off the list. It's a shame, because if that was a true measurement on the tire it would be a no brainer for me. For the extended cost, I added $20 for the mount and balance plus my local tax rate. It's not all inclusive but gets me close. I also usually get a decent discount negotiated in when I buy tires because I buy so many from the local shop. Take a look and let me know your thoughts. I'm guessing a good percentage of us on this board have considered these tires at some point. I slapped this together in a couple mins tonight after a long day, so let me know if there are any glaring mistakes.