cooper at3 in a p series for a daily driver, nice ride. no reason for a 6 ply truck tire on daily driver
08-16-2012 10:45 PM
I got Pep boys Definity dakota mt's for $99 per tire a few years ago, they had the at's for the same price.
08-16-2012 10:46 PM
I have wrangler authority A/T (31x10.5x15) I like them. Have about 14K on them and they look great. Do they have some noise, yep. Do they go where every I wanted....yep. Mud, snow, yep. Even took them on a Jeep Jamboree last month. FUN!!!
08-17-2012 10:38 AM
I've got a set of Cooper A/T3's with a couple thousand miles on them and I really like them LT31x10.5R15. I found some blems at the local store for $104, I think the reg price was about $140.
08-17-2012 02:46 PM
X2 on the Treadwrights, 40000 miles so far and going strong.....
I know this thread really old, but wondering if someone could answer my question -
- Treadwright apparently weighs about 73lbs/tire, similar (read expensive) BFGs and Duratracs weigh only 42lbs/tire. I have Dana-35 in the back (with 3.07) with stock axle.
Will the weight be an issue here, i don't want to break the axle. Any thoughts?
08-17-2012 06:03 PM
I just bought a set of Cooper discoverer at3 in P265/75R15's for $138 installed
08-18-2012 11:40 AM
I went with Mastercraft CTs awesome tires! Very little road noise and a few people I work with use them and say they are great for jeeps!
08-18-2012 12:05 PM
I have had mastercrafts in the past and they last well as long as you keep them rotated. They did ok on my Tahoe in the sand.