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Cooper Discoverer S/T MAXX

Needed some new tires so i got these new Coopers that just came out. The tires are a lot knobbier than the S/T but not so much a mud terrain as the STT. They look pretty good too but I haven't yet had a chance to go through some mud or snow with them.
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Looks good, the ST's were starting to look a little old fashioned, although I like them.
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Hmm ain't that some ****. They always come out with something new after I buy the old style lol.
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Looks good! My mom had some older Discoverers on her Explorer and they were great in the snow.
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cost??
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All the discoverer's are great, i got the atr's on the rear of my truck and on the 350. Awesome in the snow, i got through stuff in my 2wd that ive seen some stock 4x4s get stuck in
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thank you, that gives me an idea on what mine will look like. any lift?
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cool tires, how do they ride??
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They have a pretty nice ride to them even though i believe they are 10 ply. They're pretty quiet on the road but have yet to really take them off the road. A bunch of my friends have either the S/T or STT and all of them have yet to say anything bad about Cooper tires. They're 265/75/16's and all i had to do was just a slight T-Bar lift, basically making the truck sit level. I got them from Tire-Rama in Bozeman, MT for about $235 a tire. The regular S/T's were priced for about $220 a tire, so i thought $15 more a tire was definitely worth it. More pics to come soon, hopefully some mud and snow runs will be in the future.
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