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1970 Jeep Wrangler - Tires needed

1964 jeep snow plow with 700/15 tires need new snow tires

After this many years it is not surprising.

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We don’t sell tires here. Try tirerack.com

In that case you really should get some. Try google.

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Pep Boys has a sale, Costco and Sams club have good prices

IF your question is size conversion, size would be close to 225/75R15.

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I had assumed the question was “what modern tire size fits my vehicle” as well.

There was no question, just a statement

We know, so many people post and want us to play twenty questions with them. Has been more than 24 hours and still no response from Gary Ninzeheltzer.

@GaryNinzeheltzer

Tirerack doesn’t seem to back that far for your vehicle. This site does, and it shows the available metric sizes:
https://tiresize.com/tires/Jeep/CJ-5/1964/Base-Model/

what exactly does op want . . . ?!

Does he want us to recommend a brand . . . ?!

Well, here goes . . . BF Goodrich

I’m saying that because that’s what our city’s Park Rangers demand . . . and they take their vehicles off road all the time

I can report good results on my truck for the Michelin Defender LTX tire. It’s a very tough tire. The OP’s truck is used as a snow plough though, and the LTX I’m using doesn’t have aggressive enough tread pattern for that. But maybe there’s an LTX version with a more aggressive tread pattern. I think the tire I have is a 225/75R15 .