Firestone, Kumho and General Tire have the most affordable tires on the market. BFG and Michelin are on the expensive side. Stay away from GoodYear unless you do nothing but drive highway miles and don't care much for traction.
Stay under 32" diameter and you shouldn't have any rubbing. To be sure, don't go too wide (275 max). Be sure to check the manufacturer website for the exact diameter of the tire, as not all tires advertised as 32" are really 32". Some are as large as 32.6" in height and others are 31.5" tall. My favourite size is P265/70R17 (31.6") as an example.
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