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Old 07-03-2011, 01:52 PM
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Tire Suggestions???

ok all, so i have some pretty nice 33 x 12.5 x 15r Cooper Discoverer STT's on the jeep right now.
but unfortunatly come september i will be driving to school to stay up there. i need to get some road tires for the rig.
i have saved up some cash and am looking to get a new (or used) set of wheels and tires that i can use for the road because of the long trip on the parkway.
id like to stay with 33 x 12.5 or at least close.
what is a good tire that i could get? any suggestions would help!
thanks!!!

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I had some firestones a while back, try were crap off road but good road tires.
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I would consider the best tire made today for a mix of on road and offroad performance to be the cooper stt. But if you looking to go to a AT but still want to retain some offroad performance the cooper st, gy duratrac, or if mud is not a part of your wheeling the bfg at's longevity makes them a good option.


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