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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Looks great. You'll love them on the rocks.
    Thanks, can’t wait!
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    Yup, looking good!
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    I have to honestly state that I’m surprised at the extent of “chunking” these tires have with only a handful of trails and not many miles really. My Nitto’s had some when I replaced them at 40k-ish, but not to this extent at about 5000 miles on the Coopers. I usually air down to 14-16 psi with my non-beadlocks on the trail and am about 28 cold for the road. Am I the only one? Am I being too harsh? Glad I have road hazard certs and feel I’ll be using them versus not once with the Nitto’s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC Wrangler View Post
    I have to honestly state that I’m surprised at the extent of “chunking” these tires have with only a handful of trails and not many miles really. My Nitto’s had some when I replaced them at 40k-ish, but not to this extent at about 5000 miles on the Coopers. I usually air down to 14-16 psi with my non-beadlocks on the trail and am about 28 cold for the road. Am I the only one? Am I being too harsh? Glad I have road hazard certs and feel I’ll be using them versus not once with the Nitto’s.
    They're definitely softer than Nitto. I've noticed the same as you describe.




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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    They're definitely softer than Nitto. I've noticed the same as you describe.




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    Ok, good to know. The Nitto’s had a noticeable radial pull as they got older. The Coopers haven’t shown signs of that yet, so that’s a plus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC Wrangler View Post
    Ok, good to know. The Nitto’s had a noticeable radial pull as they got older. The Coopers haven’t shown signs of that yet, so that’s a plus.
    The greatest thing about how soft they are is that I’ve you get into some stuff where you really need more traction, drop them a few psi and the game changes. My 37x13.50s I dropped to like 10 psi a couple times and it literally made it feel like a different rig it was so sticky.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RockinAZJK View Post
    The greatest thing about how soft they are is that I’ve you get into some stuff where you really need more traction, drop them a few psi and the game changes. My 37x13.50s I dropped to like 10 psi a couple times and it literally made it feel like a different rig it was so sticky.


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