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post #1 of 15 Old 01-15-2011, 03:12 PM Thread Starter
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Cooper Discovery SST.....

Anyone running Cooper M/T...If so u have any pics...I bout to get a set 315/75/16 i just want to see what they going to look like...
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post #2 of 15 Old 01-18-2011, 10:21 PM
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I am really good tire ill post pics tommorow
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I ran them, but dont have any pics handy. They were just as good of a tire as any i've had...toyo mt/mickey thompson/BFG etc. mileage will depend on how heavy your foot is and and traction is on par. They look cool in my opinion if compared to other brands with substantial side lug patterns.
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I had them and HATED them!! they are about as loud as SS Boggers! and once you get down to about 50-60% tread left, they are like riding on slicks in the winter....I have Hankook MTs now and for the money, I personally think they are the way to go. The Coopers look agressive though....

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i just put a set of stts on about two months ago. way better then the bfg all terrains i had before (esp. in the snow), but i have no idea if they will last as long. i hope so.


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Is the STT something new? I've ran standard ST's on 4 vehicles, i have them on my dually and jeep now, you can't beat them for all around traction. Unbelieveable in snow and wet roads, and not bad in mud. There are alittle more loud than BFG all terrains, probably wear about the same, but all around the best tire i've ever ran.
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i dont think the stt's are new, but they are louder but then again i like there tread design alot better.

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I've been calling around for pricing for these tires today. I am mostly concerned about how they behave on the compact snow. Any additional info on this?
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If you have some weight on them then they are good in the snow and ice. In 2wd with nothing in the bed they weren't too impressive on the rear. No problems with mine though. Mine goes great in the snow in 4x4. Have about 8-9K miles on my STT and no wear yet.

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