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    Which tire

    Iím in the market for new tires. Iíve narrowed it down to the toyo mud country and the copper stt pros. I DD it alot so Iím looking for the the quietest one of the two. Thanks in advance

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    Toyo mud country is a good choice but you can check Nitto tires for some options as well.

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    Which tire

    For a DD Iíd go with the Coopers. A great tire thatís not too heavy and wears really well.


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    Wanted to add to the confusion...General Grabber X3

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepaudilover View Post
    I’m in the market for new tires. I’ve narrowed it down to the toyo mud country and the copper stt pros. I DD it alot so I’m looking for the the quietest one of the two. Thanks in advance
    No experience with the Coopers but I can tell you from first hand experience that the Toyo MTs are some of the toughest tire's out there. Between those two I would go with the Toyo. The Coopers I have run I. The past couldn't hold a candle to the Toyo MTs.
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    Both are Noisy...Coopers I've had 4 not that are out of round. Toyo mt's do not like wet roads.

    Nitto trail grapplers, quite, ballance easy and flat work everywhere.
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    Which tire

    I just put FUEL MTs on my Jeep , quietest MTs I have run ..

    Good in the rain and snow

    I have run Coopers, Kumhos and BFG.. all noisier


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    Kumho KL71 MT's are surprisingly quiet. Had them and had no problems.

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    I've got the STT Pros and love them. They were quieter than I expected with the tread pattern they have. Scored them for $260 installed and free rotation and balance.
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