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Thread: VIDEO : Cooper Tire STT PRO Performance - 2 Years of Testing Out on the Trail

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    Once again, thank you everyone. Cindy and I are glad that you enjoyed the video

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Gearhart View Post
    Awesome video and recommendation! Definitely gonna get the 37’s. Thanks Eddie!

    Sidebar: Am I missing something? The links show the 13” as $50 cheaper than the 12”. Maybe the 12s are just going like hot cakes—only 3 left.
    It's nuts but what you're seeing is correct. The 37x13.50's are MORE AFFORDABLE than the 12.50's. Last I checked, they were cheaper than a set of 37" Nitto Trail Grappler too.

    Quote Originally Posted by DINKELROC View Post
    Great video, I like the tread pattern and sidewall tread, price is fair too. I will defiantly consider these when the time comes.
    Like I said in the video, we wanted to test them out if only because of how cool they look but soon found that they perform even better.

    Quote Originally Posted by Houndy95 View Post
    Great video! I just turned over the 5k mark on my STT pros and I couldn’t be more pleased with them.
    Great to hear

    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Great Video...Cooper should turn over their marketing division to you guys...
    LOL!! You're too kind.

    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Tempted to run these on the new Jeep. Any hesitation running these load e tires on non-beadlocks and airing down? Perhaps breaking a bead? Maybe that's a dumb question?

    I'm happy with my trail Grapplers, but am considering the toyo mt, coops, and maybe the ridge graps...when the time comes.
    A 37x13.50 STT Pro should have no problems holding its bead on a narrow wheel like what you have.

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    I loved the video as I’d been looking at tire options when I move from 35s to 37s later this year. So how many miles would you expect these to last? I know that’s a difficult question given all the variables. Thanks, Vic


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruvicon View Post
    I loved the video as I’d been looking at tire options when I move from 35s to 37s later this year. So how many miles would you expect these to last? I know that’s a difficult question given all the variables. Thanks, Vic
    From what I'm seeing so far, maybe 50,000 or more of very usable tread. Moby's 40's have 18,000 on them now and I'd say they've still got 70% or more life to them.

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    Thanks for the answer. Beadlocks aren't out of the question, but not sure where I'll need to invest the $$$ the most.
    I think I may consider lifting my Jeep. Or not.
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    First trip out with my STT pros in the 37x13.50 version. Very happy with them so far. They could benefit from a balance but their performance is excellent.

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    That was fun to watch. Thanks for the tire update.
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