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Cooper Discoverer STT

Anyone have experience with these, or seen them in person? The nittos are on back order for 90 days for a 33x11.5 and i really dont feel that heartbroken about it when the bill came to $990 shipped. I could get 285/75-16 which measures to a 33.1 on there site, for $170/ea Mounted & Balanced
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there a good tire, my dad has them on his jeep and he loves them. he doesnt really go and play in the mud with them but the look very aggressive and look like theyd work really good.
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i had the old version they kicked *** i wouldnt expect anything less from the redesign
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Sweet thanks guys!
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josh have you decided against the nittos completely now?
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well after seeing they have a 90 day wait, and then when they told me how much....i can get the Coopers for litterly half the price of those...
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Cooper STTs are great, but they aren't really a road tire at all. If you DD with them it wears quickly, but offroad they rip what ever they are on up.
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Cooper STTs are great, but they aren't really a road tire at all. If you DD with them it wears quickly, but offroad they rip what ever they are on up.
I disagree. The STT's have good on-road manners and get pretty decent mileage. My cousin has them on his F 1fiddy with 40k miles on them and prolly another 10k to go. And yes they do rip **** up on the trails.
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they are badass tires. a buddy of mine has them in 35s i believe on his 12 valve cummins and he has tons of power and he has had them for 25k and prolly has another 15 20k. if anyone knows where some cheap prices on them are let me know because for me it is between these and mtz's
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Cooper STTs are great, but they aren't really a road tire at all. If you DD with them it wears quickly, but offroad they rip what ever they are on up.
I disagree as well.

They're just as good as the BFG M/T on and offroad.
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