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Old 09-11-2010, 06:30 AM   #1
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Load range C or standard

I am looking at getting Cooper Discoverer St tires. Been hunting for a week now. I know load range c is a 6 ply and standard load is 4 ply. I want the tires for good traction on snow and rain and for their aggressive looks. I will not be doing any off road. Any reason not to get the standard 4 ply tire?
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Old 09-11-2010, 06:52 AM   #2
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Nope. I put E load on my T100 to be safer out in the stobs and brush and mud for hauling firewood and the heavier weight killed mpgs. For a Taco, especially as daily driver, my C Duratracs have been perfect even with some occasional hauling and light wheelin. No saggy sidewall either.
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Thanks Airun, I am looking at the Duratracs also. I saw the Cooper 4 plys for $120. I want the c load, but am trying to find out if I am ok with the 4 ply standard
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Get the C's
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i run the standard load and have had no problems.i really dont do any wheeling in mine YET.standards will be fine imo.plus you get better mpgs and ride.
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