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    Quote Originally Posted by Honor2afault View Post
    On pavement, the Coopers are louder than the Nitto TG, but that's why we have the ability of turning up the volume on our stereos.
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    Iíve heard this from others as well. Someone I trust fully and well respected here.

    To others whoíve run TG and Cooper pros...how much louder we talking.

    Iím another one who canít decide between the nitto, coops, and toyos.

    This has been a good thread to catch up on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Iíve heard this from others as well. Someone I trust fully and well respected here.

    To others whoíve run TG and Cooper pros...how much louder we talking.

    Iím another one who canít decide between the nitto, coops, and toyos.

    This has been a good thread to catch up on.
    Since I've never had a new set of Nittos, I can't really compare. 😂

    I can, however, say that these Coopers are extremely quiet compared to the old 35s I had which were in much better shape than the 37s I just replaced. In fact, they're probably the most quiet M/Ts I've ever run. I don't really hear or feel the tread even at a slow rate of speed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Iíve heard this from others as well. Someone I trust fully and well respected here.

    To others whoíve run TG and Cooper pros...how much louder we talking.

    Iím another one who canít decide between the nitto, coops, and toyos.

    This has been a good thread to catch up on.
    I actually thought my coopers were quieter than my nittos, maybe im mistaken though. Don't care about the noise personally though. Not like either are mud grapplers lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    Since I've never had a new set of Nittos, I can't really compare.

    I can, however, say that these Coopers are extremely quiet compared to the old 35s I had which were in much better shape than the 37s I just replaced. In fact, they're probably the most quiet M/Ts I've ever run. I don't really hear or feel the tread even at a slow rate of speed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    I actually thought my coopers were quieter than my nittos, maybe im mistaken though. Don't care about the noise personally though. Not like either are mud grapplers lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Iíve heard this from others as well. Someone I trust fully and well respected here.

    To others whoíve run TG and Cooper pros...how much louder we talking.

    Iím another one who canít decide between the nitto, coops, and toyos.

    This has been a good thread to catch up on.
    Iíve TGís on my Jeep and Coopers on our work truck. Iíve not noticed much difference in road noise or manners. I can say the Coopers are better in deep snow, but it is a 1-ton truck so not quite apples to apples


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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Iíve heard this from others as well. Someone I trust fully and well respected here.

    To others whoíve run TG and Cooper pros...how much louder we talking.

    Iím another one who canít decide between the nitto, coops, and toyos.

    This has been a good thread to catch up on.
    Comparing worn out Trail Grapplers (40,000 +/-) to new Coopers for me, the Coopers make less road noise. Maybe the slightly narrower 315/70R17 Coop than the 35x12.5 Nitto is making a difference? Iím no engineer though.


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