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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-19-2012, 06:43 PM Thread Starter
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Tires for all around driving

Looking into some tires for my jeep. Looking for a all around do it all tire. Of coarse cost is always a issue. What tires do you guy like or dislike

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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-19-2012, 07:11 PM
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Re: Tires for all around driving

I like Wranglers
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Cooper Discoverer ATR's Good in snow and rain quiet on dry roads 50,000 mile treadwear warranty... I got 57,000 miles out of the last set
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Re: Tires for all around driving

i'll second cooper, or mastercraft(off brand cooper)

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Don't think you cAn do better than Coopers, there is a Cooper dealer on 356 near you.

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+3 on the Coopers

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Re: Tires for all around driving

I used t run only Wragnlers on my SUVs. About 2 years ago at the advice of my tire shop I put on Cooper Adventurers on my Avalanche. I will never go back to Wranglers.




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Hercules Tera-Trac, check into them, they're cheaper than other name brand tires and I really like them. On my third set and wifey has a set on her Trailblazer.

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Re: Tires for all around driving

Have been using Mastercraft (Cooper off brand) for 9 years and never had a problem. Had wranglers and they stink.

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Re: Tires for all around driving

Wranglers wear out really fast. Goodyear uses soft rubber. Good for hotrods, not so good for trucks and suv`s. I have wranglers on my Tahoe, but that is the last ones ever!!

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