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New water pump on the EX and looking at what I want to order for new tires.

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Old 12-20-2016, 07:16 PM
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New water pump on the EX and looking at what I want to order for new tires.

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what ya looking for tire wise?

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Old 12-20-2016, 07:22 PM
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Been toying with the idea of going Cooper Discoverer A/T3 because my commute until the end of the school year is 80 + miles a day and I've been doing a lot of traveling for family issues, but I don't want straight highway tread because it does see time hooked to a trailer in the field.

I've been running Cooper Discoverer stts. They replaced them with the stt pro and I think it's more aggressive than I want this go round.

325 / 65 R 18. I want to stay around 35 and 12.5 wide.

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Been toying with the idea of going Cooper Discoverer A/T3 because my commute until the end of the school year is 80 + miles a day and I've been doing a lot of traveling for family issues, but I don't want straight highway tread because it does see time hooked to a trailer in the field.

I've been running Cooper Discoverer stts. They replaced them with the stt pro and I think it's more aggressive than I want this go round.

325 / 65 R 18. I want to stay around 35 and 12.5 wide.

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if you're looking at coopers, check out mastercraft also! both tires are made in the same plant and mastercraft are cheaper.. close to the same tread except for the pro.. mastercraft doesn't have one that aggressive. the mxt is what i run. 35 12.5 18s for less then a grand.. prolly go with thier cxt next go round.. these are the cxt's on my brothers wifes yukon.


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if you're looking at coopers, check out mastercraft also! both tires are made in the same plant and mastercraft are cheaper.. close to the same tread except for the pro.. mastercraft doesn't have one that aggressive. the mxt is what i run. 35 12.5 18s for less then a grand.. prolly go with thier cxt next go round.. these are the cxt's on my brothers wifes yukon.


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I've run BFGs, the old ATZs and Coopers on this truck. I liked this set of Coopers with the exception of how many rocks they threw off my driveway... The self cleaning was no joke. Lol

I'll look into those, appreciate it.

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Been toying with the idea of going Cooper Discoverer A/T3 because my commute until the end of the school year is 80 + miles a day and I've been doing a lot of traveling for family issues, but I don't want straight highway tread because it does see time hooked to a trailer in the field.

I've been running Cooper Discoverer stts. They replaced them with the stt pro and I think it's more aggressive than I want this go round.

325 / 65 R 18. I want to stay around 35 and 12.5 wide.

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Those coopers are wearing stupid fast on my bosses dodge. He got them back around June and he will be lucky to make it through the winter with them. Not what he was after and I'd hate for you to blow through them on something probably twice the weight and more expensive because of tire size.

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if you're looking at coopers, check out mastercraft also! both tires are made in the same plant and mastercraft are cheaper.. close to the same tread except for the pro.. mastercraft doesn't have one that aggressive. the mxt is what i run. 35 12.5 18s for less then a grand.. prolly go with thier cxt next go round.. these are the cxt's on my brothers wifes yukon.


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The master craft AXTs are a good performing tire. I just put a set on my GFs jeep, although a much lighter vehicle they aren't wearing much at all and it actually doesn't have enough power to slide them around in the snow anymore from what she says. I'm loving my at2s for grip on the truck. Wearing pretty good and now that I've got the 4wd working they're unstoppable with the front end weight. And they were the same price as the AXT in a 305/70r16.
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I've run BFGs, the old ATZs and Coopers on this truck. I liked this set of Coopers with the exception of how many rocks they threw off my driveway... The self cleaning was no joke. Lol

I'll look into those, appreciate it.

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