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Cooper Discoverer AT vs ATR

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Exciteable, Dec 19, 2004.

  1. Exciteable

    Exciteable Member
    Messages: 38

    Have to go get a new set of tires for my 2001 Dodge 2500.
    Currently running Cooper Discoverer AT.
    Great tire in the snow, for plowing, etc.

    Now I see the have a Cooper Discoverer ATR on the market, it's a little bit different tread design, maybe even a little bit "beefier".

    Anyone running these out here ? And if so, how have they been?

  2. lamarbur

    lamarbur Senior Member
    Messages: 125

    just got a set installed last week..not sure yet as the truck wnaders now on the interstate, never did that before... It is a "beefy tire" I have an 01 Dodge HO diesel..
  3. Exciteable

    Exciteable Member
    Messages: 38

    Well, no replies except one so far, and thank you...
    Going to Belle Tire this afternoon to get a set of the ATRs.
    $683.86 mounted balanced tax etc.
    Heading up north on a holiday trip Wednesday 600+ miles thru some pretty intense lake effect and I want some good tires.
    The ATs i'm running now I could get the rest of the winter out of if needed, but I figure better safe than sorry.
  4. ToolMaker

    ToolMaker Member
    Messages: 84

    I had Cooper L/T before this set I have now, I have 285/75R16 Cooper S/T now and they rock . They are a little noisy compared to the L/T but not bad . I would get them again .