These rims are great for a daily driver. Overkill, heck yes but I was told I couldn't run steel rims on my 80. I have to admit, that was good advise. The tire wheel combination of the 35x12.5x17 Toyo Open Country MT and the Hutchinson is 143lbs mounted.
I switched over to 315 70 R 17 Goodyear Duratracs when the Toyos wore out. The old Toyos (a mix of USA made and Japan made) lasted 60,000+ miles. I switched because the new Toyos didn't last more than 10,000 miles. So far, the Duratracs have been the best snow tire I have run. They are great on ice as well. Some say the Duratracs have extremely soft sidewalls but I haven't punctured one yet. They do feel really soft though and you can't air them down to 10psi. I rarely go lower than 17psi. Funny thing is I punctured two Toyo sidewalls so who knows.
My lift is a Slee 6" lift with the heavy duty control arms running the 4" HD Slee springs. We did put a 6" regular in the rear to see what it would do and it sits at the same ride height as the 4" springs.