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Old 04-27-2013, 06:04 PM   #1
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Cooper ST Maxx 275/70r18

Picked up some new shoes for the lady today. These fit like they were made for a Jeep.

Will post up some pics later today.

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Old 04-28-2013, 03:22 PM   #2
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Ok, here are the photos. May 1 is the deadline for when we have to remove our studded tires. So, I picked these up. So far I'm impressed. They are very quiet for a mud tire/all-terrain hybrid. They also ride softer than my BFGs do.

Haven't had them in the dirt yet, but that'll come shortly. Also, since they are a 275, they are only 11 inches wide which should reduce the hit on gas mileage, and they fit without rubbing on my stock rims.

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Very nice, Cooper makes great tires. The Duratracs seem to have taken quite a "first mover" advantage in this hybrid AT/MT space but I suspect over the long haul the ST Maxx will come to be another favorite in that market.
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Is that a 33" tire
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Old 04-28-2013, 08:08 PM   #5
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Per Cooper's website they should measure 33.4 inches tall. I haven't put a tape on them, but they are noticeably taller than my 285/65r18 BFGs.

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Any issues with rubbing.
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They look great!
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Look good, too bad they are load range E, way to heavy duty a tire for a Wrangler.
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Look good, too bad they are load range E, way to heavy duty a tire for a Wrangler.
Great for avoiding flats, and the difference between an E and a C load range isn't all that noticeable to me. I like running an E range tire.
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Looks great! I really like it!
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Look good, too bad they are load range E, way to heavy duty a tire for a Wrangler.
My 10th Anniversary Rubicon came with E load tires, KM2's! Can't be all that bad.
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Great looking tires! Thanks for the pics
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Have run 35s in a load E and many load range Cs. I think it depends more on the tire than the load range. You don't really feel a difference between the same AT tire in an E or C but you do between the same with an MT.
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Thanks for the compliments.

They don't rub on the road. I'll get them off road this,weekend, but I don't expect any rubbing. I also have the Rancho 2 inch Sport Lift installed.

These are an E load rating, but I find them to be softer than the D rated BFG ATs that I ran all winter.

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