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Cooper discoverer AT3

Is anyone running Cooper discoverer at3's in 315/70r17?
I'm torn between those and the ST MAXX in the same size. Amazon has a sweet price on the AT3.
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Yes, and they rock. Better than mud terrains in sand, better than my studded snow tires in snow, and they stick well on the pavement. They are also hands down the best forest road tire I have used in 20 years of off road driving.

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Thanks for the reply. Can you share any pictures? I had At3's on my Grand Cherokee and I liked them a lot.
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I always heard good things about them. The Trail Grapplers are a good option as well. More aggressive than an AT.
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I have no experience with the AT3s but I have the S/T Maxx in 315/70R17 and they are incredibly good on-road and off. Best tire I've ever run. If you decide to go that route, you won't be disappointed. And remember that the Maxx has a tougher casing than the AT3, in case you drive in tough terrain where tire punctures are a problem.



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I ran at3 for a few years an loved them. They performed great in snow, Sand, and in not so deep mud.

Also a great ride on the high way, or the bush trails. I'd definitely run them again.
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I did end up going with the ST MAXX 315/75r17. Discount Direct gave me a smokin price.
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