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Posted: 07/06/20 02:48pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Howdy, has any one used COOPER DISCOVERER HT3 tires on their class C? Thinking about geting a set of 6 of these.
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Cooper tires are good tires. They are made in the USA

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I would buy them.
I ran multiple sets of the AT3's on my pickups. Never had a problem.

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Charlie D, I found on our fleet vehicles, tires with a softer rubber compound such as Goodyear Eagles will grip real well on dry pavement but wear faster. Maybe the HT3's are made that way too. Its a con for a tire that grips.
I ran the AT3's on GM 2500 for about 40k before I changed them out but I was using them in deep snow and needed new deep tread.

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Cooper has a good reputation.


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I have em on the my one ton Ford. They are even better than Toyos and made in the USA>

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On 2nd set on our 2004 B+ ..took the 1st set to Alaska in 2013, did great no problems. Ran them for almost 20 years on my company cars, got 60,000 to 70,000 miles per set with out any failures with using a set per year.


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Appreciat all inputs here. I will be getting myself a set of 6 Thank you

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bobndot wrote:

Charlie D, I found on our fleet vehicles, tires with a softer rubber compound such as Goodyear Eagles will grip real well on dry pavement but wear faster. Maybe the HT3's are made that way too. Its a con for a tire that grips.
I ran the AT3's on GM 2500 for about 40k before I changed them out but I was using them in deep snow and needed new deep tread.


Seems to be a problem for most brands. Towing wears them out quicker. Never had an issue.

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