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Cooper DISCOVERER A-T3
Cooper DISCOVERER A-T3
  • Price Range:  USD $141.99 to $323.99
    All Season

    The Discoverer A/T3™ utilizes a balanced combination of technology, compounding and design to produce a tire that will perform well in nearly all types of terrains. The tread compound enhances wet traction and rolling resistance, while the aggressive tread design significantly improves off-road traction without sacrificing highway performance. All traction, all terrain, all the time!

    • Modern, Aggressive 5-Rib All-Terrain Design. The aggressive all-terrain design is engineered to provide outstanding performance in both on-road and off-road driving applications. The A/T3 tread pattern exploits a combination of features specifically suited to provide solid all-terrain performance, superior all-season traction, excellent stability, confident handling and reliable tread wear.
    • Silica Based Tread Compound. The tread compound is formulated with a chemically coupled silica and carbon black mixture that provides excellent wet traction and handling on the highway, while also improving cut and chip resistance in more harsh rocky and gravel terrain. The silica enriched tread compound has lower rolling resistance than traditional full carbon black tread compounds.
    • Dual Draft Tread Element Walls. The dual draft angles on the tread element walls aid in reducing stone retention, stone drilling and assist in cut and chip resistance.
    • Lateral Groove Protectors. Serrated steps in the lateral grooves of the intermediate tread rib reduces the chance of stone retention and stone drilling.

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    Overall: 1.0  
  • 7/29/2014
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  • Size: 285/75R16 (2004 Ford Excursion 4 Dr Sport Utility Eddie Bauer with 483 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    300 miles on tires and worst tires I've ever bought-- 2 out of the 4 tire would not balance after 4 attempts and road forced. Cooper replace the 2 of the bad tires and same balance issue-- Going to try and get my $ back and go back to Toyo AT2's.
    Overall: 4.7  
  • 7/2/2014
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  • Size: 265/70R16 (2006 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 4 Dr Extended Cab 7 Ft Bed LT (245/75R16) with 46661 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I don't off road but I do pull a 37' fifth wheel RV. Without a doubt these are the best tires I have ever run. They are loaded to the max on the rear with the trailer weight and 120 gallons of diesel in a forward bed tank. There is absolutely no tire squirm and they track the corners like the rig is in a rail. In the rain they do not even know the road is wet. 95% of the miles on these tires is towing and I got 29k [25% tread left] out of a set with regular tire rotation. The OEM tires had worn to 25% tread life left at 17K.
    Overall: 4.7  
  • 6/6/2014
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  • Size: 285/75R16 (1998 Ford F-150 3 Dr Extended Cab 8 Ft Bed XLT (245/75R16) with 19308 KM of Tire Wear )
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    For the price of a 10 ply tire i could not beat it. They are not the best in the snow and to be complete honest, my truck hates 2 wheel drive in any amount of snow, no matter what tires I've had. 4 wheel drive and long as i kept moving i did great with these tires. Don't expect to use any tire and go 100 mph and go straight in 3 feet of snow, if anyone has a tire that never slips at 100mph for this price range let me know! These tires did what they where expected they have good wear on them, awesome wet traction and decent snow traction. Just remember stopping in a 4 foot snow drift and expecting any tire to just have awesome traction on snow and ice is not going to happen. Mud is the same way, they work
    Overall: 2.8  
  • 6/4/2014
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  • Size: 245/75R16 (2006 Jeep Liberty 4 Dr Sport Utility Renegade (235/70R16) with 19308 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    By far the worst all terrain tires I have ever bought. Bad in snow and just about the worst tires available for mud. Better have your winch ready with these pathetic tires. Cooper tires in general are horrible. I've rotated these every 3k miles with my oil change and have still experienced the worst tread wear. My cousin had the same horrible experience with the Cooper stt's. Never again.
    Overall: 4.4  
  • 5/26/2014
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  • Size: 315/75R16 (1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty 2 Dr Standard Cab 8 Ft Bed Lariat with 1327 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    I was running a set of 285/75/r16 Federal Couragia M/Ts on my ford. Got 14,000 out of them then they started falling apart. Before that i was running 285/75/r16 Toyo Open Country ATs. Loved the Toyos, they did everything right but were way too pricey. I went to my local tire place lookin for 325s not caring what brand and they came back with the 315 Coopers saying thats all they had. Love these tires way more then my Federals and they cut through mud just as well. No shaking or bouncing at high speeds. I would definitely recommend them. My friend has them on his 04 Duramax and has 52,000 miles on them and is just now thinkin bout replacing them
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