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Old 11-28-2011, 08:35 PM
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It's tire time again I'm looking real hard at the new Cooper AT3's to replace my Nitto Tera Grapplers .If you run them let me know what you think of them.
 
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It's tire time again I'm looking real hard at the new Cooper AT3's to replace my Nitto Tera Grapplers .If you run them let me know what you think of them.
I'm personally not but have a buddy with a Cummins that is. He has only had them for a couple of months and loves them. I am looking to get some in the spring but waiting to see how they treat him in the winter.
 
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How many miles did you get out ot the Nitto's?
just curious
 
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Originally Posted by 1996pwrstrk View Post
It's tire time again I'm looking real hard at the new Cooper AT3's to replace my Nitto Tera Grapplers .If you run them let me know what you think of them.
If you do buy the Coopers, make sure you have documatation of rotation, and buy their tire warranty.

I just had to replace my new Cooper ATR with only 9,000 miles because two of the them the belts broke and i found it when i tried to have them rebalanced.

I check with all of my local Cooper dealers and Cooper tire direct and all said the same thing. But nobody told me this before i bought them.

You may want to ask before you buy.

Just a heads up and good luck.
 
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How many miles did you get out ot the Nitto's?
just curious
I had 4 used ones that had about 25,000 miles on them and bought 2 new ones . I put 24,000 miles on them and the used ones were toast the 2 new ones still have about 40% tread or so.
 
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I'm personally not but have a buddy with a Cummins that is. He has only had them for a couple of months and loves them. I am looking to get some in the spring but waiting to see how they treat him in the winter.
Thanks for the info.
 
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Thanks for the info on the tire rotation but with mine being a dually I take it in .They will break down 4 tires and change to different wheels and rebalanced every 5,000 miles. I have used this tire store many times before great service and real stand up people.Name:  DSC01821.JPG
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Good looking truck. Are those stock size tirers? I use to use cooper on my work trucks but had problems and there warrinty sucked.
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Just got some for my truck... Great in the snow and the mud and they are wicked quiet going down the road. The only problem I had with them was they were not balanced properly the first time. Road like crap until I got that straightened out. You will not be disappointed with those tires though!!!
 
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Good looking truck. Are those stock size tirers? I use to use cooper on my work trucks but had problems and there warrinty sucked.
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Thank you I try to keep her look'n good. No those are 285/75/16 E the stock size is 235/85/16.
 
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Just got some for my truck... Great in the snow and the mud and they are wicked quiet going down the road. The only problem I had with them was they were not balanced properly the first time. Road like crap until I got that straightened out. You will not be disappointed with those tires though!!!
No problem ran her up in to the triple digits on the way home not a quiver ,your right these tires are really quiet.
 
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Dave are you running a spacer in back? They really make your truck look good. Also will the front rub if you don't level the truck out. I for one like the truck level when towing so don't want the front end level before hooking up the trailer.

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Dave are you running a spacer in back? They really make your truck look good. Also will the front rub if you don't level the truck out. I for one like the truck level when towing so don't want the front end level before hooking up the trailer.

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Yes I'm running a 2" spacerFord Truck Enthusiasts Forums - 1996pwrstrk's Album: Dually adapter on the rear and a 2.5" shackle lift on the front .The Nittos I had on were 305/70/16 and they did rub a little before the shackle lift ,after the lift they barely touched only at extreme steering lock .
 
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Dave want to PM me in a week or so and let me know if you are getting any vibrations at like 50 or so??? Ive had mine balanced twice and it seems to want to act like they were never balanced... just curious to see if you will get the same issue.
 
 
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