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Anyone tired the Cooper at3 xlt? I am looking at it in 285/75r17 for my jlu sport with rubi suspension. It's an e rated tire but lower in weight than the nittos in c.



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I have had them on my Rubicon for almost 2,500 miles. Very happy so far, much lighter than the Nittos that it came with. Seem to be quiet and handle well in both rain and snow. For the money, I think they are a very good tire.
 

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I am having LT285/70R17s put on my stock 2019 Sport S tomorrow. Based on the forum posts here, I am assured they'll fit without any mods. I'll report back; hopefully with a pic
 
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Just got back from the shop; they fit easily...plenty of room. I think they look wonderful

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Those are 285/70? I am looking at 285/75 a slightly larger tire and e rated since I have a rubi take off on that gave me about 1.75 of lift
 

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Just got back from the shop; they fit easily...plenty of room. I think they look wonderful

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What you think of the tires after 2 months? I am looking to put the same tires and size on stock rim. Got any more pictures?
 

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I’ve been running at3 xlt’s in a 35 for about 10000 miles, they were great. I just upgraded to 37’s. I would recommend to anyone thinking of a all terrain.

BTW I’m selling my 35’s with wheels if anyone is interested. Posted today
 

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Hey, just looking for an update/review from anyone that has been running these tires for some time? Can anyone give a comparison to the KO2? Less than 20,000 miles on my stock KO2, and tires are pretty much shot.
 

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I run 285/75/18 on my Ram 2500 diesel. They are quiet and have held up for 20K miles so far towing 13K trailer every week. Definitely considering them in 37’s for my JL when the 35 ridge grapplers wear out.
 

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I am interested in the ride stiffness and rain grip. I wanted AT3 4S, but not made in a 315/70/17. The XLT's are , but different tire completely?
 

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I just ordered the at3 xlt in a 285/75/17 for my Sport S. I'll post pics and a review here after installation. I currently have no lift with stock Sport S shocks.
 

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Here's the before and after. I'm going to try to get some better pics later. I went with 285/75/17. The first thing I noticed is how smooth these tires are. They're nearly silent with zero vibration or road resistance. Going from a 30.5" to a 33.86" I do notice the weight difference, but not how you would expect. The Jeep feels more planted and correctly weighted. It's like it was designed for a 33-34 inch tire. These tires are E rated, but you would never know. The ride is slightly more bumpy but way less harsh compared to the Bridgestone OEM 30s. Wet grip is phenomenal. Going from 30-33s I do notice a slight loss in off the line zip, but the Jeep still has plenty of power. I have no issues staying in 8th gear at 75+mph. So far very good.
 

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I’ve been running at3 xlt’s in a 35 for about 10000 miles, they were great. I just upgraded to 37’s. I would recommend to anyone thinking of a all terrain.

BTW I’m selling my 35’s with wheels if anyone is interested. Posted today
Do you have pics you could share of the at3's in the 37" version and thoughts of how you like the larger size? Thanks
 

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