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Old 06-27-2016, 12:29 PM
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Cooper Discoverer STT PRO - Deep Look

If you're looking for the next great mud-terrain tire, view our "deep look" at Cooper's newest Discoverer STT PRO. This is most likely the most extensive review of these tires anywhere online and is featured in our latest print issue:

https://outdoorx4.com/stories/cooper...-looking-deep/

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Old 06-27-2016, 12:35 PM   #2
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These have certainly gained popularity lately.

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..xRubiconJohnx got a set of these last year. He (and I) like them so much I replaced my BFG KM2s with a set of STT Pros about 10 days ago..
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I had almost 5k on mine. Awesome tire. I would definitely recommend them.
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Link doesn't work.
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Same, tried to search the website and didn't see it but could have overlooked it, interested to read it.
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This is the only info I found on that website:

https://outdoorx4.com/stories/first-...iscoverer-mtp/

Still a decent read though.
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This is the only info I found on that website:

https://outdoorx4.com/stories/first-...iscoverer-mtp/

Still a decent read though.
Yeah, unfortunately we pulled it as the author didn't like that we had paid to use it in print and then placed it on our site.

You can read the article in Issue 15 at http://issue15.outdoorx4.com. If you're not subscribed, you can get a 20% discount using coupon code wranglerforum at checkout and get access to ALL past issues.
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Ill be getting these soon
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I have these in 295/70r17. Several other members in my wheeling group have them. Hands down best MT available IMO. Great offroad and onroad performance. Made in USA, there's really nothing bad about them
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Ive researched the heck out of them and found only one bad review about them.Everyone likes them.At first I didnt think they were a tire for the serious offroader but everyone says differently.Ill be getting them mounted on the sidebiter 2's
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I've got ~2k on my STT Pro's and LOVE THEM...

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I have these in 295/70r17. Several other members in my wheeling group have them. Hands down best MT available IMO. Great offroad and onroad performance. Made in USA, there's really nothing bad about them
Did you have to lift your Jeep? If show much? Do you have a pic of the Jeep? I am trying to get a beefy look to mine.
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Did you have to lift your Jeep? If show much? Do you have a pic of the Jeep? I am trying to get a beefy look to mine.
No! I did not have to lift my Jeep to run them. If you don't cut your flares, you will need 1" bump stop extension in front, I used a hockey puck. 0 rub full flex offroad. Nothing, not even pinch seam trimming is required in the rear.

5.2" backspacing is what I have on my wheels. Check out my build thread for pictures!
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My wheels/tires should be here by the end of the week,exciting
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I went with 37's. Loving them so far
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I've got 5K now on em, with 1 rotation, and LOVE EM! They hardly show any wear.
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I've pretty much settled on the STT Pro for my upgrade. Lots of good reviews from consumers and very few negative comments. Too bad deciding on tire size isn't so easy...
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I've pretty much settled on the STT Pro for my upgrade. Lots of good reviews from consumers and very few negative comments. Too bad deciding on tire size isn't so easy...
I hear you. Last week I went to a tire shop to order 35x12.5 r17's and I know I saw I that size listed before, now they don't make it. I called Cooper and they said they make 37x12.5 r17 but no 35 x17's but They gave me a close metric size for 35's. Just not sure about 37 vs 35ish's
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Heading out today on a wheeling trip with 3 other Jeeps to give them a serious workout.Wont be back until Monday.Its been raining all night and should continue into tonight.Lots of wet,muddy rocks.Should be interesting.
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I recently rode in a jeep that had these tires and I was really impressed by how quiet they were on the road, I am leaning towards these for my next set of tires.
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any info about them in the snow?

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