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    Cooper Discoverer S/T Maxx

    I have run Coopers for a while now. I love the quality of them. These S/T Maxx tires have great on-road manners, and so far amazing off-road traction. They are very quiet. The only draw back I can think of is they like to pick up small pebbles. But I think this is inevitable with any tire you are using off-road. I would highly recommend them to anyone in the market for a tire used a on daily driver!

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    Not a fan but I personally like the Nitto trail grapplers but Eddie has convince me that SST pro might be something to look at. Buy my understanding they are louder than even the Nitto trails. But the SST pros apparently are stickier than the trails. Time will tell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kilroy View Post
    Not a fan but I personally like the Nitto trail grapplers but Eddie has convince me that SST pro might be something to look at. Buy my understanding they are louder than even the Nitto trails. But the SST pros apparently are stickier than the trails. Time will tell
    The STT pros are a mud tire though. With that being said, they are the quietest mud tire that I have ever heard myself.
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    I run the 315/70/17s STT Max Coopers.
    I love them on and offroad, they have great traction on the rocks and in mud.
    As previously mentioned they like to pick up small pebbles.
    Iv done only 20000kms on them but they performing great.

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    Here's a photo how they look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    The STT pros are a mud tire though. With that being said, they are the quietest mud tire that I have ever heard myself.
    Did not know they were considered MUDs thanks for the correction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by segt99 View Post
    I have run Coopers for a while now. I love the quality of them. These S/T Maxx tires have great on-road manners, and so far amazing off-road traction. They are very quiet. The only draw back I can think of is they like to pick up small pebbles. But I think this is inevitable with any tire you are using off-road. I would highly recommend them to anyone in the market for a tire used a on daily driver!

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    I have run these tires for a few weeks now and love them. Completely agree with this statement, I was amazed at how quiet they are!! Here's a pic I have 285/75r16ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1472673393.964576.jpg
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    Big fan of the Toyota at2s so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmpen View Post
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    Big fan of the Toyota at2s so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by segt99 View Post
    I recently got a new 2015 JKU Rubicon and plan to put 35s on her. In the past I have had Cooper STT's and had them last 50,000 miles plus, However just like all Mud Terrain tires, they were a bit noisy with harsh ride on road. Lets be honest, unless you are a millionaire, most of us are driving our rigs to and from work. What are everyone's thoughts on running 35s that are more multi purpose like an all terrain? Lets here about your experiences.

    1. Brand of Tire

    2. Model of Tire

    3. Size of Tire (and wheel)

    4. What type of driving you do with them?

    5. How are they wearing? (Mileage)

    6. Your thoughts on them

    7. How do they look??!!
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    40k easy if rotated properly
    Best all around tire I've ever run
    Actually look quite aggressive for an all terrain


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