Cooper Tires AT3 tire family

Cooper Tires’ Scott Jamieson, Director of Product Management, gives us the rundown on the new AT3 4S, LT, and XLT designs at the 2018 SEMA Show. Copyright James Langan/RoadTraveler All Rights Reserved. Resource: Cooper Tires  

Cooper Discoverer S/T MAXX 285/75R16 tread wear

Cooper Tires’ Discoverer S/T MAXX has been my favorite commercial traction/hybrid tread design since its introduction. I have experimented with four sizes on four different truck platforms, and suggested them to many friends and acquaintances. Two of my four-wheel-drives are still running the S/T MAXX, including the built, 2006 V-8 Toyota 4Runner with 4.88:1 gears in this video.  After a … Read More

Tread Matters: Tire Selection and Fuel Economy

Tread Matters: Tire Selection and Fuel Economy Tires have been a popular subject in magazines for decades, and forums continually see new threads seeking information and expertise. This is partly because they are expensive. They can also provide dramatic style and performance improvements and are an easy upgrade. With so much talk, it is surprisingly difficult to get unbiased, detailed, … Read More

Traction Tires from the 2016 SEMA Show

A few tires that got my attention at the 2016 SEMA Show. Cooper STT PRO 40” We really live in a super-sized America, maybe world? Tires that would have been almost monster truck worthy a few decades ago are now produced in highway-rated, easy to balance radial designs. Cooper introduced their fantastically rugged, yet tame on-road, Discoverer STT PRO in a … Read More

Cooper Discoverer S/T MAXX 295/70R18 and 285/75R17

My idea of a good time on Black Friday? Playing with black tires in my shop of course. After a 2,500 mile break-in, the 285/75R17 Cooper Discoverer S/T MAXX on 2016 Ram Power Wagon WFV wheels were removed. They were replaced with 295/70R18 S/T MAXX on forged WBJ OE 18-inch wheels. Aside from the wheel diameters, these tires and wheels … Read More

Cooper S/T MAXX mounted

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