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Baseless statements rarely get attention around here All you do is lose credit.Gosh dang!!!! I thought my OX comment would get me some attention a couple of days ago, not this lol
One thing I can tell you is that a 35" C rated Patagonia felt little different than a 33" E rated Cooper Discoverer ST Maxx. Neither were what I would ever call uncomfortable.Thanks so much for your great review.
Being a they are considered "soft" , how does everyone think the load range E, 285 75 R16 tire would work on a Moab wheel?
I have 33 12 15's mounted now but I really like the Moans. Thanks all
Good Lord man, I'm really starting to think that the owner of Patagonia tires must've banged the wives and girlfriends of some of the guys on this forum... lol I'm heading up to the Rubicon again at the end of this month and still loving the traction on those MTs. I'll get a few more years out of them - age will eat them up since I don't put that many miles on my Jeep - but with their price increases I might try another tire next time. On my 3/4 ton Ram truck I just got the Nitto Ridge Grapplers and so far I'm liking those a lot.Enjoy your five garbage tires.
243 ea is about what I paid for Cooper stt pro 35x12.5r15s 2 months ago. The Patagonia thing was intriguing when they were comfortably sub 200 per tire, but not when they're in the same range as pretty much everybody else. Toyo and Goodyear MTR are the outliers on the high end in my experience.Damn... I'm looking for new tires and the $243/each was looking really good vs the $360/each to go another round with the Toyo Open Country R/T's or M/T's.
15in milestars can still be had for less than $200
Discount has them at 207. Gonna take more than $150 on a set for me to take a gamble on something with such mixed reviews. $185 rings a bell for when I was considering them, but I may have been looking at 33s at that point.
STT Pro in 315/70/17 is $331/each.243 ea is about what I paid for Cooper stt pro 35x12.5r15s 2 months ago. The Patagonia thing was intriguing when they were comfortably sub 200 per tire, but not when they're in the same range as pretty much everybody else. Toyo and Goodyear MTR are the outliers on the high end in my experience.