Join Date: Oct 2013
Location: North of Anchorage
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I run Cooper ATR, H/T and Discoverer M+S on my Navigator, 150, 250 and Class-C motorhome. When the factory tires wear out, I buy Cooper.
They are not the best tire, but for the price I can't complain.
I have six vehicles and it seems like I'm buying tires too often.
My new Challenger and 350 are the only ones still running stock tires.
I have not put on a new set and noticed a difference in handling on any vehicle. Not saying this can't happen, it could with any brand tire.
My only concern is the new front motorhome tires wearing different than the tires I replaced. They wear on the inside and outside edges more than the old tire. I run 65 psi in the front as recommended by Winnebago.
I rotated them to the back and will get an alignment, then keep a closer eye on them.
I pulled a 20ft. trailer with the RV from Alaska to Arizona with the old tires and factory shocks.The rear of the RV was a little low with the tongue weight.
Before I headed back, I installed air-bags, shocks and tires.
I was suprised that with the air-bags leveling the RV more than before and Bilstein shocks and steering stabilizer to see that kind of tire wear. I could hear the tires scrubbing in the big road dips. I may have been driving faster with the upgraded suspension, but the tires should have been running with more tread on the road than the trip down.
That's the first time I have noticed anything unusual with Cooper tires.
They seem to be punture resistant. I have only had one slow leak in all the sets I have worn out. I have never seen any dry-rot, cracks or abnormal tread wear other than the RV.
Cooper seems to make a decent tire. I've only had one concern in all the years and miles.
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