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06-06-2014 12:10 AM
Re: Cooper Discoverer H/T Plus

Well, my experience with Coopers ended yesterday. Had 22,500 miles on 'em and they got real noisy in the last of couple of months. Tread wear was wearing evenly on all 4 tires. They gripped well in the wet and in the snow...just couldn't get over the humming that developed. So, approached Discount Tire where I bought 'em and they gave me a $400 adjustment (mileage) on a new set of Michelin Latitudes. Mounted, stemmed, balanced and TPMS set for $500.00. 65,000 mile tread warranty. Size of the tires old and new are 255x60R19's. Did have the front end checked out and Chevy Dealer tech said the noise is the tires. Results of this swap, smooth and QUIET. Nothing money can't fix, eh?

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05-19-2014 06:53 PM
Re: Cooper Discoverer H/T Plus

I went with two toyo's on the front for now cause money is tight, but I love them so far. Better mileage and quiet.
01-17-2014 08:47 PM
Re: Cooper Discoverer H/T Plus

still like my toyos ride and smooth
01-06-2014 02:48 AM
Re: Cooper Discoverer H/T Plus

I had the Cooper Discoverer H/T and had no problems with them. Great traction on wet and dry road. They lasted about 40k.
12-31-2013 05:02 PM
Re: Cooper Discoverer H/T Plus

No. I replaced the tires on my wife's '08 XE this month, and we went with Bridgestone Dueler H/L 422 Ecopia tires from Costco. We paid $757.65 for the tires, install, and TPMS service packs. They've been a really smooth and quiet ride so far. No complaints from my wife so far. They come with a 65,000 mile warranty, so I'm hoping they'll last that long.
12-31-2013 04:07 PM
Cooper Discoverer H/T Plus

Anyone have these on their Lamda?

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