I have been a tire retailer for over 30 years and I have never been so disappointed in a tire or the manufacturer of a tire as I am with the Open Country R/T. In 15k of a 45k warranty period , the tires are bald. Toyo states that we overinflated them at 65psi. The tire calls for 80psi, and the OE pressure is 35. The wholesaler stated to put them at 65psi as we did, and Toyo Denied the claim. Great traction for 15k but at over 200 dollars a tire wholesale, buy something that will last. I will never sell another Toyo tire and will discourage anyone wanting them not to. This was my favorite brand for over 25 years , but now it is all about respect . DONT BUY THIS TIRE
I think the guy complaining the tires suck has a VEHICLE problem. These Cooper tires are EXCELLENT. They handle, drive and TOW A FIFTH WHEEL like a dream for me. I have 60,000+ miles on my first set and still have well above the minimum "keep" tread left. They wear evenly. My truck makes no more noise with these tires than it did with the Michelin highway tires they replaced, and for 30%+ savings! They have great, aggressive tread that gives good traction everywhere I go when I tow my camper: pavement, grass, sand. I don't use them to mud in because mudding is not driving (meaning, let the teenagers ruin their trucks mudding). If you want affordable, durable, comfortable, American-made multi-purpose truck tires that perform as advertised, you can't go wrong with Cooper AT3's. I most definitely WILL be replacing my Discovere AT3's with Discoverer AT3's.