This is a relatively new tire for Cooper (Mastercraft) and I have not been able to find reviews on longevity. Has anyone here used them? I'm interested in hearing how many miles people are getting out of them.
They remind me of the Remington Wide Brute tires I used to have on two other trucks, in the sidewall and tread pattern, but those were good for about 50k. They ate everything I threw at them. It doesn't mean these will be equal.
2003 Honda CBR 954RR Previously owned: 2003 GMC Sierra 4x4, Duramax, ZF6 Swap, South bend DD, Airdog, AFE intake, MBRP Exhaust, EFI Live from Idaho Rob w/ V2 and Edge CTS, B&W w/ Firestone Airbags, Cat filter
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If you're looking cooper and all terrain I'd take a look at the st maxx! Thheres been reports of logging crummies getting 65k. Gotta figure probably 15k at least on gravel roads but either way that's pretty impressive for full size crew cab pickups loaded up with 5 or 6 guys and a tank of diesel chain saws etc. My brother has them on his 4 door wrangled and so far he likes them. They wear slow and they wear evenly.
I have had coopers on my duramax the last few sets and love them! Never had a flat so far (knock on wood). First was a set of the ST's and got just under 40k on both then third set i got the at3 as i was doing alot of highway driving and they were a little cheaper. they have 35k on them now with a good amount of tread left but will be buying some st maxx's this fall next right before we get hit with snow. i run the 285/75-16 size with a level lift. Great brand of tire. Key for good tires on a duramax or any heavy diesel truck is rotate, rotate, rotate,....
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Stock intake w/ Airbox Mod and resonator delete, Headlight mod, 5" Diamond Eye Exhaust w/ 3" Magnaflow Downpipe, Glow shift gauges, Edge Programmer, Cooper Discoverer AT3 285/75r16 w/ Ultra Phantoms, Leveled,
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