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Old 04-30-2012, 01:16 PM   #1
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Default Cooper discoverer AT3 reviews!

I'm thinking about buying a set of cooper discoverer AT3s 31x10.5x15s and just wanted to hear from the people on here that have actually ran these, how many miles you got, how they handle in thick mud, sloppy mud, on rock any and all comments are much appreciated


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Those do not look like at3's...
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Those are STmaxx I believe...
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I have a set of Big O A/Ts on my ZJ that are made by Cooper and look just like the A/T3s. They work great! Quiet on the road and offer good traction in the dirt and slop.
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They're great! I've taken them on some gnarly roads and have no chips out of the tread or funny wear. And they supposedly have the best warranty out of any all-terrain.
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I've had some for a few thousand miles. 350 rd trip on freeway no problem. pretty quiet, dont hear them unless your driving next to those cement freeway dividers they use during construction. Worked great in packed/fresh snow where it snowed all weekend. Rocked out of some gunky mud at an offroad park. Worked just fine going up a hill of loose dirt. Definitely ride higher than the old 275 15s I had (michelin) which I've seen someone else comment on as well.

Cheap enough at Americas Tire/Discount Tire, but THEIR replacement warranty will not cover offroad (or off highway as they say--and as most states vehicle codes indicate, "highway" means any freeway/highway/regular street)

So if you blow it out on the trail, make sure you wash it up nice before showing up
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