Back Country Tires

Discussion in 'Stock Suspension + Bolt On Kits' started by phatphuck, Feb 13, 2020.

  1. phatphuck

    phatphuck OBS Enthusiast

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    What does everyone know about these tires?

    I understand they are made by Cooper. I have had the ST Maxx all terrains from Cooper before and loved them.

    I just committed to a wholesale set for $110 a tire for a 295/75/16 10 ply all terrain. Not sure if I will ultimately go 33" or 35" so don't want to over commit to a thousand dollar set of tires I'm going to size out of soon.

    Just looking for general experience and feedback on them.

    I have yet to mount them fyi but will update the thread with my experience and pics after I do.

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  2. 454cid

    454cid Sooper Pooper

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    Never heard of them before....where did you get them? They look good.
     
  3. phatphuck

    phatphuck OBS Enthusiast

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    I got them from a wholesaler in KS called tredz central.

    They're supposed to have a delivery to my town on the 21st so I'll pick then up then but at only $110 a tire I thought I'd give them a try.
     
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    RichLo E I E I O

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    Cooper is a good brand, Sounds like you got a good deal! They look like they might be winter rated also with those sip's
     
  5. phatphuck

    phatphuck OBS Enthusiast

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    Well do not have a mounted review yet, but picked them up today from the delivery guy.

    295/75/16 $440 for a set. No tax!

    Measure in right at 33 1/4" unmounted and not aired.

    By comparison the tires on the truck right now are a 235/85/16.

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    phatphuck OBS Enthusiast

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    Rubber is nice and sticky and pliable. Really deep tread. Lots of siping. Not super duper heavy for a 10ply E range. Although I dont have the weight specs. Just by feel.

    First impressions at least
     
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    Christian Steffen I'm Awesome

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    Holy hell that's cheap for a set of tires! Interested to see how they do
     

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