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Old 05-20-2014, 10:57 AM
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Cooper Discoverer STT

Hey guys,

So over the weekend some ***-hat decided it would be a good idea to take a knife to one.. just one of my tires. I have Cooper Discoverer STT TEK3's on there now and was wondering if anyone knows if there is a difference between the Cooper Discoverer STT and the Cooper Discoverer STT TEK3's. I ordered them from DiscountTireDirect just over a year ago but they are out of stock. My poor truck looks handicapped and lump sided with the stock spare

Now from what I have been reading and seeing they are the same tire. Any clarification on this?

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I don't know the difference but I have the SST 35 12.5 15 on my jeep for the last 20k and I only have positive things to say about them....
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The 2 tires are very similar but the Discoverer STT TEK3 does have a different carcass construction.

ARMOR-TEK3 Carcass Construction
The heavy duty carcass of the Discoverer STT is constructed of two radial polyester body plies and one angled polyester body ply to deliver 3 plies of protection for superior resistance to impact breaks and bruising.

You need the same size tires on your truck in order to not cause a problem with the 4 wheel drive.

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So if I can't find any TEK3's in Canada will the regular STT in the same size suffice?


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You need the same size tires on your truck in order to not cause a problem with the 4 wheel drive.
Yes you can, as long as they are the same size.
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Perfect!! Thanks for the replies!


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