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Talking Cooper Discoverer STTs and Pro Comp 7089s

Well as some of you already know I finally got new tires. I've had the wheels for a while but just got some tires for them on Monday. The tires are 33x12.50R17 Cooper Discoverer STTs and the wheels are 17x9 Pro Comp 7089s. So far I'm pretty happy with them. On road they handle really well. The ride is slightly stiffer due to a higher load range but really not too bad. When first starting moving you can feel a little rumble to them but that's just a mud tire for ya. Road noise isn't too bad, I'd say right about average...nothing a little bit of music can't cover up. I haven't been able to get them into mud/sand/rock yet but hopefully can sometime soon. Anyways...onto the pictures.

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One more. No rub at all, but it's close. Might shave an inch off the corner of the bottom plastic bumper piece just for piece of mind. Haven't really decided yet.





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looks good i like the black rims..


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Looks great! Let us know how you like the tires, I'm in the market still for a new set and those are one kind I've looked into.
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Looks great! Let us know how you like the tires, I'm in the market still for a new set and those are one kind I've looked into.
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looks damn good! and nice job with the pics!

There's times when im making a turn into a place that is a slight uphill entrance and with my wheel turned just right that my tire will rub that front plastic piece...

my dad is having one of his guys get pricing on the coopers you have and also the nitto trail grapplers like hound has.....my tread is pretty much gone as is....got about 1/32 left

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.....my tread is pretty much gone as is....got about 1/32 left
Not even good enough for "YOUR" type of "OFF-ROADING"!

Looks great FATMAN! I agree with RED, you're going to get some kind of rubbing (and not the kind you'll like) while turning under even a slight incline.

You might be in the market for some BUSHWACKER flares down the road.

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They look sick Andrew, especially on the black rims. Have you driven them in the rain yet? Just wondering how they handle.






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I've noticed with the wheels turned at that perfect angle with just the right amount of pressure on the suspension they will touch. I'm going to shave the little plastic piece below the bumper down on monday (I'm gone for the weekend and riding with someone else so it's just sitting till monday). It did rain overnight a few days ago and when I went to work the roads were spotty wet. Not wet enough to give a good response Vinny. I'll let you know when it does rain here how they do. So far I'm happy with dry pavement performance. I'm in a big rush right now but I'll get in more detail on Monday when I'm home. And bates...I know I'm gunna get some rock chips with the tires out that far...I just don't know if I can handle putting fender flares on it 'cause the stance it has right now is about perfect




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Oh Price on the tires was $258 each. Didn't bother looking online to see if that was good or not...just wanted some tires and was sick of waiting!

Price breakdown
Tires-$258 each-$1032 for 4.

Mount/balance-$14.99 each-$59.96 total.
Free lifetime balance rotation included in Mount/Balance price.

4 free replacement certificates-$42 each-$168 total.
Anything happens to any tire for life of tire that they can't repair they give me a free tire.

Lugs-$30 (Was $45 but he couldn't find them in the system and said I spent enough money there, I bought my wheels from them too, so he gave me a $15 discount on them)

Subtotal $1,289.96.
MI 6% Sales tax $63.72
Grand Total $1,353.68






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