Cooper Adding Premium Light Truck Tire to Discoverer Line



Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. is adding a premium light truck tire to its Discoverer line. The Discoverer STT PRO is replacing the Discoverer STT. The new tire features three-ply construction and a distinctive tread design.

Created to deliver superior grip, traction, handling and performance in all off-road conditions, Cooper says the Discoverer STT PRO doesn’t give up on-road capabilities either. With silica in its tread compound, the tread is long-lasting and offers enhanced wet traction in all wet-weather conditions. Cut-and-chip additives help reduce damage to the tread by rocks and other debris.

Angles on the tread’s groove sweep stones out of the way before they cause damage. The non-directional tread pattern also cleans itself of mud, and sipes of varying depths are built in for better traction on wet surfaces and slick rocks.

Cleats on the shoulder bite to provide maximum grip in mud as well as on inclines, and Cooper’s Armor-Tek3 construction gives the sidewall and tread extra strength to improve the tire’s durability. A rubber rim flange protector helps protect the wheel and tire from hazards in off-road driving conditions.

The Discoverer STT PRO is launching with 41 sizes, Q and R speed ratings and C, D and E load ranges.

Source Moden Tire Dealer

Your Next Tire has all your tire needs whether you need tires for your minivan, backhoe, dump truck, lawn mower, atv, semi truck or Ford F150.

We have several warehouses full of tires and ship all over the USA daily. Give us a call at 1-888-513-8473 and check out our website

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