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Old 11-08-2010, 11:40 AM
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Question 35 inch tires

Hey guys.

Am thinking about buying NEW tires for a change. Sick of buying used ones all the time for the jeep. Her birthday is coming up so i thought i should treat her.

I found these things what do you think?
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says they are discontinued and not for sale any more?

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says replaced by Courser MT, pretty similar, and made by the same company, Cooper.

I've ran Cooper A/T's before... weren't the best off road at anything, but they lasted a really long time for A/T's.

Can't speak for the M/T's, and they could be garbage, but for being a "cheaper" brand usually, Cooper isn't too bad from what little I've seen.
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I mean you cant go bad for the pricing, I guess if you going to be doing highway driving , beach or snow they might not be that great by the tread pattern. If its for a toy I would go for it.
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