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Old 12-14-2010, 11:11 PM   #1
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Cooper STT Review

I put cooper stt 285/75/16 on my Tj Rubicon when I lifted it 2 months ago. They handle on the road great. They are a mud terrain tires that are siped. Not real loud at highway speeds either. This past weekend I finally got my jeep off road. It was trails with some mud. Unfortunately I didn't get a chance to find any rocks so I have no report for you. They clean really well and had no problem with forward progress but then again lockers help with that. They are cheaper than similar tires that are like them. I ordered them from treddepot.com for a little over 800 with shipping. Cheapest anywhere. I have read that you can get over 50k out of the tires with proper rotation.

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Old 12-14-2010, 11:51 PM   #2
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Cooper does make some good tires. The STT are very similar in design to the Mickey Thompson MTZ and Toyo Opencountry MT.

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Old 12-14-2010, 11:54 PM   #5
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the video is still in my nightmares


Mort did you get to use your new winch yet?
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the video is still in my nightmares


Mort did you get to use your new winch yet?
No, but I did get a chance to respool the winch. My assistant (gf) was being difficult because she wasn't listening to me. Wanna try it out soon just cause I have it but then again its always best not to get stuck.

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