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Old 07-11-2009, 05:21 PM   #1
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Cooper discover ST Tires??

does anyone know about the treadlife of these tires, i like the looks and the price, but i gotta know how long they last? thanks
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Old 07-12-2009, 10:47 AM   #3
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no not the stts, they are the st's, i think it stands for sure trak or something, just google them... they have lots of info about the tire, but i haven't heard anything about the tread life, but thanks anyway
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bump!!

Possibly getting these in a 285...pics and input please????

For the ST
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Old 03-13-2012, 01:08 AM   #5
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bump!!

Possibly getting these in a 285...pics and input please????

For the ST
Nobody???
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Old 03-13-2012, 01:15 AM   #6
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i dont think they make the st anymore their a/t is the a/t3 and then they make the st maxx which seems to be a hybrid of the st and stt...i just put the st maxxs on my truck and i love them
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i dont think they make the st anymore their a/t is the a/t3 and then they make the st maxx which seems to be a hybrid of the st and stt...i just put the st maxxs on my truck and i love them
Im interested on your feedback as Im considering the st maxx !
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We use them in the oil field on 3/4 ton trucks and get between 35 to 40000 out of them. I like them.
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Old 03-14-2012, 05:56 PM   #10
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can't really go wrong with cooper tires. very solid products.
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Im interested on your feedback as Im considering the st maxx !
so far been a great tire. very quite on the highway as well. my dad has them on his tundra and they work amazing in the snow and muddy areas. he has 15k on his and there at 3/4 tread left. as far as gas mileage on our truck i just got them last week so i havent gone through a full tank yet but i will this week and ill see how much it dropped
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I had a set on my old Nissan Hardbody. Loved them. I put around 35,000 on them before I sold the truck. The tires probably had around 40-50% tread left.
I felt the on-road performance was on par if not slightly better than the BFG AT I had previously. I was very pleased with their off-road and snow performance as well (they were on the truck while I was living in Carbondale, CO).
I'll probably be going back to the ST's when I lift and the current ATR's wear out. You can't go wrong with Cooper tires.
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