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Just ordered 4 Goodyear Wrangler TrailRunner AT's for my 2000XJ

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Old 08-12-2018, 02:58 PM
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Anyone have these? Had Cooper Discoverer ATs that were worn down to the rubber. Def want an aggressive tire. Tire dealer wanted to sell me Cooper Evolutions, to me they look like car tires or something that goes on a 2 cylinder crap crossover. I'll let you know how the Trailrunner ATs are on my Jeep soon
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Tires mounted and balanced. Had them now for a few weeks. Great tires, and they really look good too
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I have Cooper Discoverer AT3s on my WJ and they are really great in snow but I haven't tried them much in mud. They bite well on turf. I just bought a 2000 XJ that needs tires so I'm interested in your purchase.
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I have Cooper Discoverer AT3s on my WJ and they are really great in snow but I haven't tried them much in mud. They bite well on turf. I just bought a 2000 XJ that needs tires so I'm interested in your purchase.
no all terrain will do well in mud, thats their kryptonite
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them cooper discover at3 look cool

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The only time I had it in mud was on a trail with holes filled with large rocks so the actual traction was good. I figure in REAL mud the tread blocks would pack up right away. The best part that I like about them is they wear well on dry pavement too. I bought them for snow but run them all year because I don't want to spend the money for another set of wheels and tires for summer. They are supposed to last 40K+ miles but I only get around 30K because the way I use them. I deliver newspapers and there's a lot of low speed maneuvering, U-turns, K-turns, and start&stop driving. They are like $149 each mounted and balanced, free rotation, and hazard insurance. AND they are 16s!
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The only time I had it in mud was on a trail with holes filled with large rocks so the actual traction was good. I figure in REAL mud the tread blocks would pack up right away. The best part that I like about them is they wear well on dry pavement too. I bought them for snow but run them all year because I don't want to spend the money for another set of wheels and tires for summer. They are supposed to last 40K+ miles but I only get around 30K because the way I use them. I deliver newspapers and there's a lot of low speed maneuvering, U-turns, K-turns, and start&stop driving. They are like $149 each mounted and balanced, free rotation, and hazard insurance. AND they are 16s!
the cooper at3 is one of the top 3 all terrain on the market. Doesnt surprise me that you have had a good experience with them. Thats pretty much par with what i hear from customers
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Yeah, she's rolling on her 3rd set right now.
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just ordered the cooper discover at3 set of 4 for 450$ .. 265/75r-15


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