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Thread: Cooper Discoverer S/T Maxx

  1. #881
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    I'm also interested in those wheels!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WanderinWhitlows View Post
    Still love these tires, Have them on two different 4wd machine and our camper trailer. Will continue to buy them until Cooper stops making them. Using Dyna Bead brand balance beads and think it's the perfect combination for my needs.







    I love the Taco, who makes that shell? I love the LC too, what year is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbilly Heaven View Post
    Whose wheels are those?
    Quote Originally Posted by mtndude23 View Post
    I'm also interested in those wheels!
    Hutchinson Rock Monsters. Great bead locks, I ran a set previously and while they are not cheap or light, they are street legal!

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    I'm pretty sure I've posted in this thread before as I had these tires on my JKU and steer everyone I know towards the ST Maxx when they're in the market for new rubber.

    My JKU was replaced by a 100 Series back in June which just got fitted with some 275s. I'll be getting these tires until Cooper stops producing them.


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    Thumbs up Some great pictures in this thread!

    Loving all these great shots.

    Here's the Jeep aired down to about 20psi (about 10K miles on the tires)
    and the Scout "Mall Crawler" poser shot (about 10 miles on the tires... lol)
    Same 315/70R 17 size on both rigs

    Other than the flat-spotting first thing in the morning, I really like these tires. They are on the very short list for the truck.
    I got into some pretty nasty rock sections that had previously put a nice tear in the BFG KM2s. No issues with the Coopers going through the same areas.
    KM & KM2s have been my Go-To tire for a few decades for off road biased rigs.
    I've had the original KOs on a couple of Tundras, and a Tacoma. I liked those tires as well.
    Overall for a balanced on-off road tire, the S/T Maxx is pretty confidence inspiring.
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    http://www.expeditionportal.com/foru...r-build-thread

    4BT Scout 800 "Exploration" Build
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    1964 Tilt Deck Trailer Build (coming Sumer of '17)
    http://www.expeditionportal.com/foru...?p=2235989#top

  6. #886
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tex68w View Post
    I love the Taco, who makes that shell? I love the LC too, what year is it?
    That's a flip-pac shell.

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    Only have a few thousand miles on these 255/85r16 S/T MAXXes but I'm very pleased with them. Only a little bit of offroading as yet, just basic field work, but they haven't disappointed so far.

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    I had the LT265/75R16 ST/Maxx tires on my Xterra rotated and re-balanced today. After 24,957 miles of use, including two weeklong trips to Moab and dozens of offroading excursions closer to home, I still have 10/32" of tread left. I am estimating that I will get 35,000 miles from these tires before they get to 4/32" tread. That's pretty good for tires regularly abused offroad.

    My inclination is to buy another set when these wear out - probably the LT255/85R16 size.
    Robert Bills
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