Just a 2" lift? Hell, stock size still looks good on a 2". That's what I got... 235/75/R15
Do some research if you want to go up in size. I THINK that I have read that even with a 2" lift, a 31" tire can rub in certain situation's. Don't know if that was just because of being taller or due to it being wider...
With my Wag, at the time I got tires I went cheap. Not too cheap though, I don't trust foreign (china) tires . I got a new set of Goodyear Wrangler Radial's. $280. I put em' on myself with my tire changer so that's all it cost me. (They've since gone up unless you can get them on a sale like I did)
Overall, I'm impressed with them. My GW is my most capable vehicle when it comes to snow. It goes through taller
than my Suburban would and does better than Dad's '02 Jeep GC. I've parked into snowbanks as tall as the fender opening and was able to crawl it back out. With the full time 4X4 it does awesome with regular everyday snowy road conditions.
In the rain, they could be better. With how I tend to drive, I usually end up peeling out on one rear wheel or the other in a turn from a stop. I just flip it into 4X4 when it's wet out, then it don't slip around at all... Unless I'm putting the pedal on the floor!
Overall, I like them for a cheap tire. I like the general design too, its been around for over 30 years. This model line of tire was put on Jeeps that were coming out of the factory. It's too bad they only offer the one size at this point. Damn it... I'm rambling. You didn't ask about these tires, but its what I got and you mentioned snow...
Here's the most current pic of my Jeep I got online right now. Taken back in NOV.
1990 Grand Wagoneer-"The Crapwagon"
AMC 360, TF727, NP229, 3.31gears, 2" lift
Rancho 44044, Rusty's 2" AAL, TFI
...not too rusty anymore
Plenty of patina
1926 Dodge Brothers Business Sedan 212 I4-CRANK START
1987 Lincoln Town Car Signature Series-5.0 AOD (WD)
1987 Dodge Dakota LE 3.9, A999, 3.90 gear (DD)
1994 GMC 'Burban 5.7, 4L60E, NP241, 3.42 gear (DD)
2001 Jeep Cherokee 4.0, AW4, NP231, 3.73 (limbo)