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Anyone got any experience or know of having these tires ,its time for new ones . Have never run a Cooper tire . Heard good things , as long as I can get some decent mileage out of them with some fifth wheel towing I would be happy ,that ,and they are quiet .

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Look at the weight rating.

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I have 15k on my 285-60-20 Cooper AT3 XLT’s and they still look new, ride great, and pretty quiet.
They are load range E 3620# each at 80 psi

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jdc1 wrote:

Look at the weight rating.


I run the E rated LT 275/70/18 , 3640 @ 80 psi . The Cooper in that size is 3638 @ 80 psi
Is there something I’m not seeing ? Not worried about the 2lb difference.

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I love these tires I'm on my second set the only thing that I don't like about them is they do pick up rocks so every time I ride on a road that have rocks I have to stop and pop them all out. They are great in the snow also.


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Nothing wrong with Cooper Tires. I think they are still made in America too.


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cummins2014 wrote:

Anyone got any experience or know of having these tires ,its time for new ones . Have never run a Cooper tire . Heard good things , as long as I can get some decent mileage out of them with some fifth wheel towing I would be happy ,that ,and they are quiet .


Why not Sailun tires?

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larry cad wrote:

Nothing wrong with Cooper Tires. I think they are still made in America too.


That's a bonus!!!

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cummins2014 wrote:

jdc1 wrote:

Look at the weight rating.


I run the E rated LT 275/70/18 , 3640 @ 80 psi . The Cooper in that size is 3638 @ 80 psi
Is there something I’m not seeing ? Not worried about the 2lb difference.


Then you are good. Not all AT3 are E rated. The 265-16's are C rated.

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cummins2014 wrote:

Anyone got any experience or know of having these tires ,its time for new ones . Have never run a Cooper tire . Heard good things , as long as I can get some decent mileage out of them with some fifth wheel towing I would be happy ,that ,and they are quiet .


Why not Sailun tires?

Sailun Terramax AT 4S LT275/70R18 (Load E)



I considered them ,had a friend run them ,but you have shamed me into recommending B&W , and buying American . [emoticon] But seriously the Sailun is a great RV tire , the friend that run them liked them on his truck, they are a 5 rib AT tire ,but he did say they were wearing out faster then previous AT tires he had ran. He traded the truck before he wore them out, so I never knew how many miles they would of ran. He's a full timer ,so his tires do a lot of towing a fifth wheel . I feel more comfortable sticking to a name brand truck tire .

I like Toyo's , but this last set of AT2's didn't do as well as I thought they would , rotated every 5K, but I could probably push 40 K as said out of them ,but not towing the fifth wheel.

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