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Well I pulled the trigger and finally got my new shoes!

A couple weeks ago when they were threatening a winter storm, I knew my slicks would not make it so i got my shop to hook me up!


265/70R17 Cooper Discoveret ST MAXX


So far I love these! Extremely supportive in corners / very sticky in the rain / very smooth / slight hum which i like.














And a video I decided to take of new tire and exhaust.



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Nice tires!!! I looked at finding a set of s/t's the biggest they make is a 285 so I couldn't get them.


I love cooper products you can't go wrong!! I've owned 2 sets of cooper discoverer STT's, Mickey Thompsons, and a set of dick cepeks. All great tires with zero issues or complaints.


I just ordered a set of 35x12.5 r20 cooper discoverer STT's as well!! Should be in my garage by Friday!!

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  • 3 months later...

Bringing this one up from the dead.....Update on the tires???? I am looking for new tires now and trying to decide between these and Dick Cepek FCII. I am curious to know how well these are wearing?

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  • 3 weeks later...

Well I am happy to announce that I pulled the trigger on a new set of Cooper Discoverer ST Maxx in 285/70/17. Cooper lists them as being a true 33 inch tire and they definitely do run big compared to other tires in the 285/70/17 category. I have had them on for about a week and I am super happy with them. I had Dick Cepek FCII on my last truck and the Coopers are VERY quiet for such an aggressive All terrain/Mud Terrain Hybrid. Very slight hmmmm at highway speeds but definitely not as noisy as the Cepeks.


Had the tires mounted on freshly powdercoated OEM steel wheels.


I really love the look of the truck and love the new coopers. The truck is my second vehicle so it doesnt get driven daily, but I will try and keep everyone posted on how these tires wear. If you are looking for an aggressive AT tire, Give the Coopers a look. I paid $245.00 each at my local Discount tire shop.


Let me know what you think.



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My old truck / 06 silverado, I lost maybe .5-1 mpg Depending on how i drove it tho. On my new truck with the 6.2L, I never got a chance to test with stock tires to see a difference. But the MPG I am currently seeying is City: 11-14 Depending on how much stop and go i'm doing, and also how much i push the peddle from a complete stop... On the HWY Im averaging anywhere from 13-20 (moslty in the 14-15 range tho) Depending on if I'm driving on flat land or hitting hills. And of course how fast i'm going. Once I hit 70+ you can pretty much see the needle moving.

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