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Who's running Cooper Zeon LTZ on a 2011 Sport Quad Cab, If so could you please post a pic of your truck i prefer them to be non lifted if possible and on OEM Rims.

Im currently looking for new tires and looking at these as an option but wan to get a feel as to what they might look like.
 

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You will love the tires, just get them! lol. I wondered and wondered what they'd look like, and they are better than I thought. They perform great too, best set of tires I've ever had...
 

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The coopers have a great look in both tread pattern and sidewall, they have great off road capabilities for an AT, they are extremely quiet, they have good dry and wet traction, they have a high load rating, and they last a long time. If there was any downside it would be that they are heavy-ish, but so are all other AT's.

Not the same size or wheels but here's a pic just for your reference:







Can't remember but they are either 265 65 17 or 265 70 17 (think it's this size). They are on a 9.5" wide (IIRC...sorry been a while since) wheel.

What sold me was what was written on the sidewall: "Made in USA"
 

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Nice looking truck Sean. Is it 4 wheel drive or 2? I like those tires but mine is only a 2 wheel drive and I don't really see (me) putting AT tires on, more than likely a really nice sport tire when the time comes.
 

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Thanks doug, it's a 2wd. I mainly bought the tires for the look, as I drive on road most of the time. I do work construction though and am sometimes on sites and will say that even with the open differential these tires go through the sites easily, where as with the stock good years it was difficult not to get stuck sometimes. I love these tires, but an going street performance with every other aspect of my truck so the next set will likely be a lighter more street oriented tire. I'm thinking nitto crossteks (truck/suv) for my next set. Love these tires though but once I get a LSD and have 2 wheels pulling I won't need them on the sites...and I'd rather lose some tire weight to make the truck a little faster.

Sorry to thread jack...to the OP you'll love either tire I hear they are both great. I just personally like the fact these are made at home, and they look better IMO, otherwise I've heard they perform about equally...
 

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I'm not seeing them either. Have had the same problem with pictures showing once or twice. Never did figure out what was causing it.
 

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lets try again, lemme no if they dont work
They show now!!

Did you notice a change in MPG with the Coopers? I hear they're a bit heavier than most so I wouldn't be surprised if you lost an MPG or (2).
 
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