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Old 01-20-2016, 04:58 PM
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All-Terrain Tires?

I'm debating on three sets of tires to get for my Jeep! Its a 2012 Laredo X, with 265/60/R18!

The Tirees:
Cooper Discoerer AT3
Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac
Toyo Open Country AT2

Let me know which one, or another option to look at!
I may also increase my tire size to 275/60/R18

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Re: All-Terrain Tires?

I just ordered a set of the Toyo Open Country ATII in stock size.
Will report back after they're installed next week...
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Old 01-21-2016, 03:50 PM
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Re: All-Terrain Tires?

I have Toyos OC at2's on my Tundra. I have a little over 30k miles on them. I wouldn't get them again. They were ok to start. A little noisy compared to the oem bfg rugged terrains but reasonable ride and good looks. Traction was good when they were new but now they slip on wet roads. They also got louder recently. The tires are designed to change the tread design as they wear. They did wear reasonably well. Problably get another 20k miles out of them, so they wear well. Assuming the traction doesn't keep getting worse.
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Old 01-21-2016, 03:57 PM
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Re: All-Terrain Tires?

In the past, I've only ran BFG ATs on my wife's WJ, & BFG ATs & MTs on our my ZJ and liked them both. About 6 months before we sold the wife's 99 WJ, I decided to try the Cooper Discoverer ATs and were very impressed. Great AT tire and was quieter than the BFG ATs
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Re: All-Terrain Tires?

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I'm debating on three sets of tires to get for my Jeep! Its a 2012 Laredo X, with 265/60/R18!

The Tirees:
Cooper Discoerer AT3
Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac
Toyo Open Country AT2

Let me know which one, or another option to look at!
I may also increase my tire size to 275/60/R18
Your located in Toronto Canada and only the Wrangler Duratracs listed above have a Severe ice/snow winter rating, which I would think you would greatly need/desire?

Have you looked into Nokian Rotiiva A/T with the severe ice and snow winter rating?

Nokian Rotiiva AT - The best all season tires for northern conditions / Nokian Tires

Or the Cooper A/TW's

Cooper Tire & Rubber Company - Discoverer A/TW™
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Old 01-21-2016, 06:15 PM
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Re: All-Terrain Tires?

Cooper AT/W


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Re: All-Terrain Tires?

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I'm debating on three sets of tires to get for my Jeep! Its a 2012 Laredo X, with 265/60/R18!

The Tirees:
Cooper Discoerer AT3
Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac
Toyo Open Country AT2

Let me know which one, or another option to look at!
I may also increase my tire size to 275/60/R18
i have the coopers at3 nice tire quite and grip really well here in minnesota,
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Old 01-21-2016, 08:41 PM
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Re: All-Terrain Tires?

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Your located in Toronto Canada and only the Wrangler Duratracs listed above have a Severe ice/snow winter rating, which I would think you would greatly need/desire?

Have you looked into Nokian Rotiiva A/T with the severe ice and snow winter rating?

Nokian Rotiiva AT - The best all season tires for northern conditions / Nokian Tires

Or the Cooper A/TW's

Cooper Tire & Rubber Company - Discoverer A/TW™
Greetings,

I second the advise.


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Re: All-Terrain Tires?

What size are people getting with the Cooper AT/W tires. It does not look like they make a direct replacement for P265/60R18.
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Maybe 265/65/18?


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Re: All-Terrain Tires?

Greetings,


Call Cooper directly, their tech department is very helpful.

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Re: All-Terrain Tires?

I plan on going with the 275/55/20 AT/W once I have the funds.
They are severe weather rated, but can be driven all year round. Best of both worlds


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