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Old 02-03-2019, 02:53 AM
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Interesting I have cooper stt on my jeep, and they have been great. 70k with sticky tread on the st maxx and only replaced because I did one to many burnouts and 1 tire was a tad low to tow with. Hell, even got my dad to switch from toyo mt to stt pros on hoa cummins and he says they are hand down a better tire. I doubt I'll have an issue with these. I bought the falkens from discount, 11k mi and they credited me back all but $70. There's an *** for every seat as they say

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Old 02-03-2019, 03:02 AM
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True that. My son has Cooper STT Pro and so far, loves them. I was really sold on the Falkens, hate to hear you had trouble with them.
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Old 02-09-2019, 07:16 AM
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I have cooper st maxx 275/70r18s on my fuel trophys and I love the tires. I had them on for a few snowfalls and I should of just kept them on all year long. They did really well in the snow, better than the ko2s I have on my oem 20s. Idk why people rave the ko2s, also the coopers are the same road noise volume as the ko2s. I will buy another set of coopers and they are American made to my knowledge. Glad you like the xlts, I would like to try those sometime.
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Old 03-08-2019, 09:00 PM
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I have about 5k on these now thru wa/id/mt and they are a phenominal tire. I can actually take off without wheel spin on snowy inclines (something the st maxx lacked). Did a half *** test with pulling the jeep into the back yard with close t a foot of nee snow. It has a full time Detroit locker and better weight distribution, just better off road period, almost needed 4x4 to get out. Then i did the same with the f150 w/locker engaged. Same result barley got out in 2wd, which is a big suprise since previously I've had to enage 4x4 about anytime I'm in something soft. They handled deep slush and rain runoff perfectly. Had 1 road when it was -5* and they chucked rocks horribly, but since I'm back in warmer weather my undercarriage has been near silent on gravel roads. Don't know if it was the cold or just the wrong size rocks that didn't agree with the tires.


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Still under the impression the icons were a waste of money, on the bright side I love the tires. I've done tacoma to billings Mt and back in the rain and snow and just drove to Kansas and back thru moab and vegas. Around 14k on them now and like them better than the st maxx


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