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#7285685 - 09/13/18 10:50 AM Re: Nitto tires? [Re: OHanlon87]
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Registered: 01/31/09
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Cooper STT Max or Pros are the best I've ever run. Had them all and the Coopers outlast and outperform all of them by leaps and bounds. Never had so much as low tire on any set I've had and even the Pro's which are very aggressive tires are quiet on the highway.
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#7285765 - 09/13/18 12:13 PM Re: Nitto tires? [Re: Gas Man]
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Originally Posted By: Gas Man
Cooper STT Max or Pros are the best I've ever run. Had them all and the Coopers outlast and outperform all of them by leaps and bounds. Never had so much as low tire on any set I've had and even the Pro's which are very aggressive tires are quiet on the highway.


What kind of mileage from a set?
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#7285767 - 09/13/18 12:16 PM Re: Nitto tires? [Re: BigPig]
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Originally Posted By: BigPig
Originally Posted By: Gas Man
Cooper STT Max or Pros are the best I've ever run. Had them all and the Coopers outlast and outperform all of them by leaps and bounds. Never had so much as low tire on any set I've had and even the Pro's which are very aggressive tires are quiet on the highway.


What kind of mileage from a set?


I have 58k on mine and counting. F150 leveled running 295/70r18s
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#7286550 - 09/14/18 09:56 AM Re: Nitto tires? [Re: OHanlon87]
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Registered: 12/08/08
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Loc: Melissa, Tx
I'm running 285/75/18 Ridge Grapplers on my F150. I've got around 5k on them. They've been on rocks, through mud, towed and straight hwy. They are quite and ride smooth. I came from Toyo MT which rode rough and were loud. No perceptible difference offroad. I love the Ridge Grapplers and will run them again when these wear out. The only downside is they are on the heavier side of comparable tires in the same size.

I had a set of Cooper AT3's on my truck and my wife's Nissan NV van. 6 of the 8 total tires were already cupping in less than 4k miles. I had this confirmed by two different shops. I won't run Cooper again and can't recommend them.

My business partner has a set of Nitto Ridge Grapplers in 35x12.5x20 on his F250, he's got 25k on his, no noise, still ride smooth and tread is roughly half worn.



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#7287210 - 09/14/18 10:37 PM Re: Nitto tires? [Re: OHanlon87]
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I own a tire shop and when my customers ask for the best tire, I always land on Toyo's. Now to be fair, I'd assume if you ask 10 different people you'd most likely get 10 different answers. I will say today I had a very good customer in that runs nothing but Toyos, stays hooked up to trailers 70% of the time and had 53k miles on a set of Toyo A/Ts on his dodge dually. I personally run the Toyo RT on my truck.

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