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I currently have 18,000 miles on these tires, installed on a Durango. I have rotated every 5 to 6 thousand miles. I complained to tire dealership I bought at. Since a couple of my rotations were not at this provider they said I wasn't rotating enough and probably need alignment. Got records on alignments, done right after bought tires and on recheck all still aligned. Very disappointed in these tires, not even halfway through the mileage of 50K rating. My Durango is so loud with the cupping of the tires. It's ridiculous. And nothing I can get done about it. Side note, Got a company truck that they put Cooper Discovery 3. This thing is serviced every 6K miles including rotation and they are cupping the same way, got 25K miles on them but basically the same results even with all the rotations and aligned.
Not a big fan anymore of Cooper Tire.
I put a set of AT3s on a lifted Chevy Volt (yes really) about 4 years ago to deal with AZ dirt roads. When I rotated them I got a bad wobble in the front. Took it to two different discount tires, both refused to replace it and just put about a pound of balance weights on it which of course did nothing to help a wonky tire. My next set will be something different from somewhere else!!
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Hi. I recently purchased 4 tires. I emailed the rebate three times because a computer on the other end told me my information was wrong and to resubmit! I did this 3 times and the email also said to correct it. Reply to this email but you can't because it gets bounced back. I ALSO mailed it in. Not OK since IT was a computer telling me what I did wrong and then when I fix it it tells me I exceeded the email amount!
Had six on my 2017 GMC Dually. Dealer should have told me they were four ply so you live and learn. You get what you pay for so I went with another brand and paid for it. So do your research and buy the correct tire.
I'm amazed by the long duration of the Cooper tires. After miles and miles traveling across the State and the Country, still them are usable. Thank you Cooper for a nice product. I advise to the customer always buy Cooper tires, I'm doing it for twenty years ago.
Bought Cooper touring tires for my Honda Accord at Discount Tire and absolutely love them. They're not the most expensive tires I've ever bought, but they are some of the best. They make for a smooth, quiet ride and I love that they're made in the United States.
These tires stand up to a beating! The roads in a city not too far from where I live that I travel daily, are very rough with potholes! I try to avoid these holes but when I hit one, I cringe! But for as many holes as I hit, Cooper hits back!!
Have Cooper Discover AT3 on my half ton ram 1500 pickup truck for 34,000 miles now. Treadwear has been excellent. Road noise has been pretty low. They are not as good in the snow as I would have expected for this mildly aggressive tread pattern.
Purchased 6 new Discoverer AT3 tires for my dually as recommended by the tire dealer. Severe cupping and vibration began very soon. Checked out front end components and paid for an expensive wheel alignment (not needed) but still no difference. Dealer says they are fine but cupping getting worse. Will NOT stand behind them. Never had this problem before and cannot get a response or assistance from Cooper. What an expensive issue this has been. Will try to make sure everyone knows before they waste their hard earned dollars on this product.
Bought 6 AT3 tires. Dealer recommended. Told dealer Cooper Tires in 1990's prone to sidewall damage. Dealer said great improvement. First week right rear outside dually blew sidewall. No warranty coverage. Bought new one. At 9,000 km noticed both front tires cupping. Took over 2 weeks of back and forth dealer/cooper office/me to get warranty. Replaced front with toyos. Ran those since 1988. Never a problem. Will replace rear cooper tires with toyos soon as they become available. Ran crews with up to 14 crew cabs each year for about 27 years. Never a problem with toyos. Lots of blow outs with cooper in 1990's to 2015.
Cooper author review by Kathryn Parkman
Cooper Tires may not be as well known as some of the other tire companies, but they have a 100-year history in the tire business. Today, Cooper Tires is a global company with over 65 facilities around the world.
Tire navigator: Search for tires by year, make and model to see a list of options complete with customer reviews.
Availability: Cooper Tires are sold through most major U.S. tire retailers such as NTB, Big O and Sears.
Extensive warranty: Though there are limitations, the Cooper Tires warranty covers free replacement under certain conditions, tread wear protection and a 45-day road test period.
Learning center: Cooper Tires has an extensive area of their website dedicated to education including a video library featuring race car driver Johnny Unser.
Tire rewards: The Cooper Tires Tire Rewards site offers discounts, specials and rebates on many models of tires.
Cooper Tires Company Information
- Company Name:
- 701 Lima Ave
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- United States
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