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Cooper - Cooper Discoverer HTP

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MSRP: $113.00
Average Price: $162.67
Manufacturer: Cooper
Recommended?
Yes: 3 / No: 0
Company Website: http://cooper.com

Nice smooth riding tire. Tons of grip in the rain, Had BFG Long Trails before, and these feel so much better and lower price at a higher tread life rating.

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unimog34
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unimog34's Reviews

02-22-2016, 10:30 AM
Price: $150.00
Pros: Great highway and dry off road tire so far. Quiet, smooth Excellent in southern California...not much rain! wear seems good with about 15k on them Good wet pavement traction
Cons: Not a traction in mud tire....can be fun with common sense.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: These are a great dry off road tire. I have them on a P38 rover and am not nice to them off road sometimes. rock chunks out of them etc..Not fast just rocky as much as a almost stock rover can do (with the wheelbase) which is actually quite alot. Hills and ruts no problem dry.

Once the rain starts falling so does their traction. I know they are not a mud tire and I did buy them for mostly road use. Luckily I can avoid the mud if I want to.

They are mud and snow rated and I haven't been in snow so I cannot say how they are there, But, to say they are mud rated is overkill since the slightest wet dirt and they are like driving almost on ice. That can be a fun thing too in a empty field with a little rain!
wet road traction seems good.


MrDrTeich
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MrDrTeich's Reviews
12-17-2014, 03:44 PM
Price: $158.00
Pros: Good stylish tires that I feel fine taking both on and off road.
Cons: Not a full off road tire it can handle some off-roading but not recommended for people who do it often.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I bought these tires about a year ago, and I have enjoyed diving on them. I generally drive around 15,000 miles a year mostly highway miles, and they have held up remarkably well. Would not recommend these tries if you are going to go off-roading often though, I go off road every now and then and they do fine but there are defiantly better options out there. Overall I would recommend these tires for their all-around performance on road and their decent performance off-road. The everyday drive tires.


fastdude007
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fastdude007's Reviews
05-29-2013, 09:09 AM
Price: $180.00
Pros: very good handling characteristics, very good in rain,
Cons: since it is more of a performance tire my gas consumption jumped from 23-24 mpg to about 21-23 mpg.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I never thought that cooper is a good tire product. The Cooper replaced the Goodyear Fontera, the Cooper is a much better tire. When I drove off from the tire shop it was pouring rain, I drove through huge water puddles which the tires handled very well. My jeep is so much more fun to drive on curvy roads, tires grip very well and are not noisy at all. Did not use them in the snow yet, but then again, I do have separate set of winter tires.



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