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Tire Size: LT275/65R17/E
Serv. Desc: 121S
Max Load: 3195 lbs
Warranty (mi.) 55,000
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Darrin in Pennsylvania on 7/26/2017(2011 Nissan Titan PRO-4X)
I have purchased 4 sets of these tires over the past 5 years. When you drive 45,000+ miles a year, you definitely want the best quality and bang for the buck. These tires deliver. My last set had 88,000 miles on them and had at least another 25000 miles before hitting the wear blocks! Well worth the money! Just be sure to rotate every 5K-6K miles.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Stephen in New York on 4/4/2017(2011 RAM 1500 SLT)
I had them on my 2011 Ram 1500. They were great in all weather conditions. I got 50,000 miles out of them. Great tires
3.85 out of 5Submitted by Erich in Pennsylvania on 2/26/2017(2009 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD LT Crew Cab)
These tires can't handle the weight of a big truck. They wear terrible and they are noisy as hell. Won't be buying these again
5 out of 5Submitted by Herbert in Massachusetts on 2/2/2017(2011 Ford F-350 Super Duty XLT 4x4)
Have purchased several sets of this tire for different trucks. Reasonable price, long wear, very good in snow for plowing.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Will in Pennsylvania on 1/27/2017(2008 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT w/Z71 Pkg.)
These were great tires! Looked awesome, handled well, gripped well, etc.
Then they started leaking air within 15k. Subsequently, tread started to wear.
Still, solid tires, ran great, couldn't complain otherwise.
Then, within maybe 5k of each other (at about 40k), two tires both blew -- major, unpatchable failures with broken cords.
Strong start, disappointing finish. Since then, I've talked to two friends who have had the same issues with the lighter-grade tires.
However, a friend who put 10-plys on his F-450 still loves the tires and has had no trouble whatsoever.
Hence a thoroughly mixed review -- love the performance to a point, and 2/5 stars for if I would buy them again. Even as I sit debating which tires my truck should be shod with next, the Discoverers still look good -- waiting for the second chance...
5 out of 5Submitted by Steve in Idaho on 12/21/2016(2007 Ford F-350 Super Duty XLT 4x4 Super Cab)
Some of the stars above I cannot technically comment on, but was afraid by not doing so would detract for the score on the tire. Today, in snow, the AT3s impressed me. The OEM Continental Contitrac tires on my SuperDuty got me stuck on wet grass, mud, and even the thought of a light snowfall. I was so disgusted with the Contitracs that I thought about going extreme, getting STT's - but I just couldn't afford them. My dealer had a deal going on AT3s and I thought the value was too good not to try. Today was the test. About 3 inches of cold snow on the ground, some bladed into 8-9" humps around my driveway. My SotF 4wd wouldn't engage while trying to pull my 20' livestock trailer. I needed to back it into a spot. These tires never slipped in 2wd, even over the humps of piled snow. I have SRWs and was a little worried about carrying capacity. I've hauled a 17,000 lb tractor with a 10,000 lb tandem gooseneck and my SRWs handled it wonderfully, even with having air pressure issues due to the installation of passenger car tire valvestems (all rubber - since corrected). The tires have me very impressed.
5 out of 5Submitted by Allan in Florida on 6/27/2016(1994 Chevrolet K1500 Silverado Ext. Cab)
I wont put any other tires on my truck. I still have at least 35% tire tread left on them and I bought them in 2006.
3.55 out of 5Submitted by Greg in North Carolina on 2/15/2016(2006 GMC Sierra 2500 HD SLE Ext. Cab)
Tread did not last as advertised.
4.7 out of 5Submitted by Bruce in Indiana on 2/1/2016(1999 Jeep Wrangler Sahara (1999 mid-year release))
I just replaced the only Goodyear tires (Wrangler Silent Armors) I've ever liked on my Jeep. I got 80,000 perfect miles out of them. I would have bought another set, but they have become outrageous in price. I researched the heck out of a decent 30/9.5/15 replacement and found that for the wrangler, this is a tire of choice amongst the forum groups...mine happens to be bone-stock. I left the dealer with a brand new inch of wet sleet and 22 degrees. I was traveling 50 mph when I realized, that I wasn't in 4WD. All I can say is wow...if that was the first impression of what to expect, then I'm sold on these. I noticed significantly more steering feedback right off the bat and have since run 70+mph down my usual two lane. I'm not exaggerating here...these tires are 50% quieter than the wranglers. I'll leave periodic updates moving forward. I rotate every 5,000 so we'll keep updating incrementally.
5 out of 5Submitted by Victoria in Connecticut on 3/2/2015(1999 Chevrolet Tahoe 4x4)
OMG I love my new tires!!! So much better than the Firestones I had on previously.
5 out of 5Submitted by Bill in New Hampshire on 2/9/2015(2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4x4)
I researched many different all-terrain tires and even cruised parking lots taking my own survey from the owners about how they liked their tires. After having these installed I've driven in more snow than ever before in my life - up to 16" on our private road which doesn't get plowed regularly. These tires will not spin at all unless you're on glare ice. During a storm I can pull over into an unplowed lot with over 12" of snow, get out to clear the ice from my wipers and start right up without spinning, driving through 20" plus snow piles to get back on the roadway. BUY THESE IF YOU WANT GOOD SNOW TRACTION!! They're also very quiet on bare pavement at highway speeds. I could not be happier with these tires!!
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Chad in North Carolina on 1/30/2015(2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT w/Z71 Pkg.)
Great all around tire. Excellent off road and snow traction with good road manners. Worth the money!
5 out of 5Submitted by sam in Maryland on 1/25/2015(2003 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD Base)
I loved these tries. 10,0000 on them from driving from NC to MD.
5 out of 5Submitted by jeremy in Pennsylvania on 1/8/2015(2001 Ford F-150 Lariat 4x4 Super Crew Cab)
Very good tire. Reasonably priced. I've got around a thousand miles on these tires and not a bit of wear. They also have been great in the snow. I hardly even have to use 4 wheel drive.
5 out of 5Submitted by John in North Carolina on 12/23/2014(2010 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 Double Cab)
Great tires! I drive over 100 miles a day with my job and on multiple occasions in snow, sleet, heavy rain, and these tires always handle great. I was able to get a little over 50k out of my first set and currently have 37k on my second set and they still have really good tread. Whenever these wear down, I will put a third set on. Great tires, great quality, great product.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by thomas in North Carolina on 12/6/2014(2011 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE 4x4)
I would buy again.
4 out of 5Submitted by kevin in Michigan on 9/27/2014(2003 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT 4x4 Quad Cab)
NICE TIRES. GOOD TRACTION. NO ROAD HUMMING.
5 out of 5Submitted by melissa in West Virginia on 9/8/2014(2010 Dodge Ram 2500 ST 4x4 Crew Cab)
I purchased a set of 4. We use our truck to haul horses to shows, and I got really good off/road and interstate wear.. Going to purchase my second set of 4 this week.. These are really good quality tires with low road noise which is a big plus...
5 out of 5Submitted by Brad in New Mexico on 4/8/2014(2010 Chevrolet Trucks Silverado 1500 LT w/Z71 Pkg.)
These are great tires! They handle really well and are the best value. My truck looks better than when I bought it!
4.7 out of 5Submitted by Tyler in Kansas on 4/7/2014(1998 Ford Trucks Ranger XLT 4x4)
Love these tires! Had them for a year now and they have been through tons of weather and off-roading and did great in ALL conditions. They even still look brand new besides a few scrapes on the sidewalls. Will definitely be getting another set when the time comes.
5 out of 5Submitted by Laurence in Michigan on 3/28/2014(1999 Ford Vans E-350 Econoline Club Wagon XLT)
Excellent tires, all 6 of them. I bought them for my Ford Class C Coachman motor home. SMOOTH!!!! I purchased them in GA on my trip down to Florida from Michigan. Excellent handling, quiet, aggressive tread design. I feel very safe!!!!
4.45 out of 5Submitted by shawn in New Hampshire on 3/22/2014(2001 Chevrolet Trucks Silverado 2500 HD LS Base)
Great wearing tire. I would buy again.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Andy in Pennsylvania on 2/21/2014(2003 Dodge Trucks Ram 1500 SLT 4x4 Quad Cab)
Excellent dry and wet traction. The cornering stability/steering response is much better then what came on the truck from the factory. Snow traction is good for not being a snow tire. So far I am very impressed with the amount of miles I have on the tires and how much they have worn. I will be buying these again for my next set of truck tires.
5 out of 5Submitted by Brandon in Oklahoma on 2/10/2014(2000 Chevrolet Corvette (EMT Tire) Rear)
These are actually on a 2000 Silverado z71ext cab. Very great tires, handle mud, snow, rain, everything. I've had them on the truck for 5 years and 88k miles later it's finally time for some new ones. And yes this is what will be going back on it. I have no complaints on these. I've seen people complain about road noise but these do not have much road noise. If you think it's too much you should probably buy a car. Best all terrain tire out there.
5 out of 5Submitted by lisa in Kansas on 2/9/2014(2013 Jeep Trucks Wrangler Unlimited Sport)
This has been a great tire. We live in the country, using dirt roads equal to hwy use. This tire has been great to handle all forms of weather & road conditions.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Cody in Nebraska on 1/23/2014(2009 Ford Trucks F-150 XLT 4x4 Super Crew Cab)
Good tire, just can't wait for some mud and snow.
4 out of 5Submitted by Chris in Texas on 1/5/2014(2004 Dodge Trucks Ram 2500 SLT 4x4)
I work for an underground utilities company outside of Austin and we have 10+ company trucks. I am getting prices together to submit to the main office. I want to find a tire dealer that will make us the best deal when we need to purchase tires.
4.45 out of 5Submitted by jared in Utah on 1/1/2014(2004 Ford Focus LX)
These tires are on a F-250 but trucks don't exist on the vehicle options.
4.3 out of 5Submitted by Jacob in Iowa on 12/17/2013(2002 Chevrolet Trucks Silverado 2500 HD LT Base)
Great traction tire and even tread wear.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Brian in Virginia on 12/13/2013(2010 Ford Trucks F-150 Lariat 4x4)
Great looking tire. Quiet ride. Hope to get snow this winter so I can try them out.
3.7 out of 5Submitted by Jason in Pennsylvania on 12/5/2013(2008 GMC Trucks Sierra 2500 HD SLE Crew Cab (17 Inch Option))
Mileage and wear of tires was a little disappointing. Good all around tire but not a great tire for snow and mud. Great highway tire with little road noise.
4.3 out of 5Submitted by Steve in Pennsylvania on 11/15/2013(2007 Dodge Trucks Ram 2500 SLT 4x4 Quad Cab)
I placed these tires on my truck which gets a wide variety of use. I have placed a 2.5" leveling kit on the front end, which raises the center of gravity a bit. I do a moderate amount of highway and city driving, a fair amount of towing a 32' camper, a 15,000# work trailer and random in-bed work loads. Overall, these tires preformed better then expected. They far out performed other "Brand" tires in the same class. My tires are inflated to 70 p.s.i. which does great at heavy loads and towing! This pressure/tire combination makes city driving a little bumpy, but then again I drive a big truck. Snow, mud, and off-road traction is pleasantly surprising. I have had these tires in the dirt and snow more than once and they have yet to let me down! Side wall 'play' is noticeable, but I feel it is well within normal ranges based on the size of the tire and my specific application. I would recommend these tires for anyone looking for a "all round", all-season tire!
5 out of 5Submitted by lori in Illinois on 11/8/2013(2002 Dodge Trucks Ram Pickup 1500 ST 4x4 Quad Cab)
I love my new tires and the price was very good for the tire that you get. They handle well in the rain and snow.
4.3 out of 5Submitted by Craig in California on 10/25/2013(2006 Ford Trucks F-250 Super Duty Lariat 4x4 (20 Inch Option))
Huge upgrade over the previous A/T tires I had. I'm sold on Cooper Tires and will be putting the A/T3 on my other truck when it's due for new tires. Great handling, quiet, have yet to lose traction in the wet or dry. Slid a bit on hard pack snow/ice, but nothing that couldn't be anticipated and easily handled.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Mike in Alberta on 10/22/2013(2003 Dodge Trucks Ram Pickup 3500 Laramie 4x4 Quad Cab (DRW))
Tires hold up well, even with pulling a trailer all the time. Have 85,000 miles on mine and lots of wear left. Great on logging roads.
5 out of 5Submitted by eric in Colorado on 6/17/2013(1995 Ford Trucks Bronco XLT)
great tire all around, comes with milage warranty and is a great tire on and off road. price for the tire isn't too high either.
I got 5 of these for my Jeep in 285/70/17 and have had balancing issues from the start. One tire I have been told by 2 places that it is defective and can't be balanced, went to try road force balance and it wanted 17oz of weight! At least 2 others have a wobble in them and can't get it out as well. Tire place I got them from doesn't want to hear or do anything. Tread wear now at 35k miles is pretty good, but I can't wait to get these off my ride, sorry I wasted my money on these
2005 1/2 ton Suburban
Originally wanted the AT/W but these had come out and the salesman talked me into these.
I pull occasionally (camper, boy scout trailers etc.) but most miles were just the vehicle.
I wasn't faithful at getting rotations - one time it was 10K miles - had some wearing issues at about 25k to 30k miles. Just rotated them like manufacturer suggested..... ran them until the end of June.. looked at them and decided needed new tires before taking the boy scouts to summer camp (1,400 mile round trip - pulling a trailer loaded with 7 boys).
I put another set of AT/3's on - good tire - great ice and snow traction up here in North Dakota. I have read the other reviews... people talk about wind noise.. these tires are quiet... they must be putting bigger tires than manufacturer specified... my new tires run so quiet I have driven 100 miles with the radio off just so I can enjoy the quiet!
The best tire I have owned have 103,000 miles on them no flats. I work in the construction industry and have pulled several nails out of the tread with no leaks. I will be buying another set soon.
I bought this tire for my 2015 1500 Silverado. I did a level kit and put 285/55R20 tires on it. This tire is amazing! Sticks to the road better then my stock Wrangler SR-A's, Hydroplane resistance is far superior...truck just feels more stable in rain at speed. Living up here in northern New England...I really wish the tires could get the 3 Peak winter stamp. They are really good in the snow...but could be better in NE heavy wet snow.. Maybe more sipes cut into the tread
I put 40k miles on these tires, and they still had more than half of their tread left (traded the car). They had way better traction than the Michelin's that came OEM.
They also look great.
That said, I dropped 1-2 MPG when I had these installed, and they were noisier than the OEM tires. I tried to manage and got some of the MPG back by keeping them around 38 PSI.
I've only got about 3.5k miles on these ties, but compared to my stock tires that were on my truck, these are amazing. I used to break free just stepping on the gas in light rain, but no longer. I live in NY, so there is snow and ice in winter. No problems here. I drive with confidence. Just got back from a camping trip towing a camper in heavy rain, tires held the road with no slippage. Did some light off-roading (gravel, dirt, grass, mud) and there was never a concern about getting stuck. Overall, these are great tires. Oh yea, and they have a great ride on the street with no noise.
all tires cupped with less than 12k on them. had aligned at dealer ship after install and rotated regularly. On regular matinence appointment the told me my tires where cupped and checked alignment. Tundra was still in alignment but all tires where cupped. went back to discount and they would not do anything for me. will never run a copper again.
I bought a set of these Jan 2017 to replace the Michelins on my Colorado crew cab. There was an 8" snow the day after I had them installed. These tires made fun of the snow, excellent traction and control. Wet roads are not a problem either and the handling is superb. As aggressive as the tread is these are very quiet and the ride is second to none. These over Michelins? Absolutely.
Treadware excellent. Good in mud and snow. Noisy and is getting worse with age.
Load range E on 2004 f350. Best cooper I have owned. Very near to Toyo Open country for winter performance. I do occasionally drive logging roads with many big stones and coarse gravel, very confident tires will get be there and back. Had them on truck for about 2 yrs , put about 10000 a yr on them, mostly in NH and Maine with at least one trip to Canada, tires are good in heavy rains. I will be buying them again. At least 250 to 300 less than toyo open country I used to buy. If you cross rotate every 3000 miles they will stand up to ford solid front axel.
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