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Cooper Tires #4604990
12/15/17 10:54 PM
12/15/17 10:54 PM
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Texas
BalticBob Offline OP
BalticBob  Offline OP
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Texas
How do Cooper tires rate for the BITOG crew?

going on a 2006 Mercury Mountaineer, no off-road use.

(not private label tires made by Cooper)

Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4604996
12/15/17 10:57 PM
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Colorado
newtoncd8 Offline
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Colorado
I have the Cooper Discoverer SRX on my Jeep. So far, excellent wear and all-season traction.

http://us.coopertire.com/tires/discoverer-srx.aspx?bvrrp=5486%2Freviews%2Fproduct%2F2%2F413_Sport_Utility.htm


12 Jeep GC, 04 Lexus RX330, 77 MG-B
11 Audi A4, 01 Audi A4
99 Lexus ES300, 98 Isuzu Trooper
94 & 91 Acura Integra, 88 Toyota Camry,
84 Honda Accord, 70 Pontiac LeMans,
62 Ford Galaxy 500
Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605012
12/15/17 11:53 PM
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Northern Kentucky
901Memphis Offline
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Northern Kentucky
I don't know about the truck tires but my Cooper CS5 grand touring tires have been great on my Buick.


2012 Chevy Cruze LT 1.4T - 50k
2002 Buick Century 130k - Built 4T65e(Maxlife) - Edge 0w40 + Fram XG3980
Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605014
12/16/17 12:01 AM
12/16/17 12:01 AM
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WI
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WI
I have Cooper Discoverer's on my 96 Cherokee, very quiet and ride nice but not great in the snow or on slick roads.


15 Jeep KL Limited V6: Formula Shell 5W20
07 LR3 SE V8: Maxlife 5W30
05 Jeep KJ Limited: PHM 5W30
96 Jeep XJ Country: STP HM 5W30 (winter)
Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605016
12/16/17 12:05 AM
12/16/17 12:05 AM
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MTL, CANADA
Rolla07 Offline
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MTL, CANADA
Im running Zeon RS3A's, my first set of Coopers. Ive run pielli p7's and Michelin's and so far they are my favorite! Great in wet or dry, but could be that they are my 1st so called performance tire AA traction rating.


2007 Corolla Red Pearl 155k miles
PP 0w20 & ST 4967

Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605021
12/16/17 12:17 AM
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Phoenix
dishdude Offline
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Phoenix
I've always been happy with Cooper tires, even the private label ones. approved


2018 Challenger SRT 392 PUP 0w-40 Wix 57899XP
2018 GTI
Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605028
12/16/17 12:32 AM
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USA
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Discoverer H/T's on my 2010 Ranger, quiet, smooth, same balance job with 16K miles on them, rotated twice. Haven't had them in snow yet. If not good in snow, then Cooper Discoverer M+S LT235/75r15 will go on. I know they work.


2018 RAM 1500 3.6/8 speed.
2017 Jeep Sahara Unlimited 3.6
"U kan't fixe it......if'n it ain't broke."
Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605032
12/16/17 12:41 AM
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MN
14Accent Offline
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MN
Second set of A/T3's on my ex's Sport Trac. They've been great tires, even on a truck like an Explorer that loves to eat front tires.


2013 Chevrolet Volt - Saves enough in fuel to pay for itself!

2003 Cadillac Seville STS - The winter "beater", it uses the Volt's fuel
Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605060
12/16/17 02:05 AM
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Toronto
dgunay Offline
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Toronto
Currently using Cooper Zeon RS3-A all season tire on my Acura CSX, size is 215/45/r17. This was my first mid-range tire brand purchase. I used to buy top tier brands in the past.

Overall, I am happy with them. Dry grip is great, wet grip is good. I put about 5k miles in 4 months and then switched to winter tires. They are noisier than my winter tires though (Continental Wintercontact SI), especially over 50+ mph or highway speeds. I can't say they are track worthy, as they are technically "all season" tires, but definitely great option if you are looking for good dry traction on the street.

I'd get Coopers if they are 25-30% or more cheaper than top tier competitors, like Michelin, Continental, Bridgestone, Pirelli etc.


2009 Acura CSX - PUP 0w20 / Fram XG7317 / Maxlife ATF
2018 Kawasaki Z650 - Motul 4T 5100 10w40 / OEM Oil Filter
Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605097
12/16/17 06:29 AM
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South Central PA
Delta Offline
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South Central PA
Have a set of Cooper Discoverer H/T's on the Jeep. Snow traction I feel is going to be a real issue. They lost traction on a small amount of snow up our small incline driveway. They also flat spot real easy; the truck sits about a week or so at the time.


'17 VW GTI 2.0T - 6MT - 10K - Edge 0w40
'15 Camry SE - 2.5 - 21K - PP 0w20
'99 S10 - 2.2 5MT - 156K - PP 10w30
Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605103
12/16/17 06:41 AM
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The Old North State
Sayjac Offline
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The Old North State
My Cooper Discoverer HTPs that I purchased from Discount Tire for a Tacoma are wearing and riding great. Just had them rotated and balanced at DT and tire counter guy noted they looked real good. Got an excellent deal too, DT store matched DT @ebay $100 off $400 and Cooper rebate on top of that. Very satisfied with the Coopers. And fwiw, made in the US.

I don't do any off roading either.

Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605134
12/16/17 07:49 AM
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MA.
Cooper RS3A on my 2013 Mustang GT and quite satisfied with them. Much better dry grip then the strictly summer Perellis that came stock and much better in the rain not to mention they cost much less then most high performance tires.

According to several Mustang forums the Cooper RS3S sticky summer high performance tire is a real good tire and well worth the $.

I also have Cooper Discover AT3's new in October of this year and so far this is by far the best AT tire I have ever had. They are reasonably quiet great in the rain fantastic in torrential rain extremely hydroplane resistant and the last few weeks I was able to try them in the snow both deep snow and slush and for a tire that does not carry a sever snow rating they really have great snow traction much better then I expected.

Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605150
12/16/17 08:34 AM
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SE Ohio
Cooper makes a great tire, you can consider Mastercraft which is also made by Cooper. I've had the Cooper AT3's, CS5 and CS3's, all were great. I just put a set of 80,000 mile Mastercraft LSR grand touring tires on the Wifes Santa Fe.


18 Sonata SEL 2.4-11k
Syntec 5w30 & OEM
16 Santa Fe Sport AWD 2.4-66k
PP 5w30 & OEM
09 Silverado LT 4x4 4.8-102k
ST HM 5w30 & Fram



Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605163
12/16/17 08:56 AM
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Somewhere
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Somewhere
Currently running 2 sets and really like them. Was a busy Sept/Oct for me as I had to buy 2 new sets of tires.

Zeon RS3-G1 on the Taurus SHO. I think I'm up to about 3 or 4k on them now. FANTASTIC tire. Insane grip, wet or dry and while I can't speak for snow yet I bet they will be fine. Only downside is they seem to flatspot easily buy I remember the previous Michelins doing the same when new. Would not hesitate to buy them again.

Discoverer AT3 on the F150. Same deal - I think up to 2k on them now. Great tire. Quiet and very good traction. Did have a chance to try them in the snow yesterday and they performed wonderfully. Again would not hesitate to recommend.

Re: Cooper Tires [Re: BalticBob] #4605254
12/16/17 10:06 AM
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There is nothing wrong with them smile

What tire size do you need?

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