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Old 03-07-2015, 04:06 PM
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I have never been a fan, but a coworker has the discoverer at/3 on his truck and is very happy with them.
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whys that julian?? they make great tires.. nice soft comfy ride too..
See post #11.

We have the A/T 3's also. Nothing to complain about.
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i was meaning why you were gonna catch hell for them...
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i was meaning why you were gonna catch hell for them...
See post #11. A lot of people don't care for them.
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Old 03-07-2015, 09:27 PM
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See post #11. A lot of people don't care for them.
meh.. i usually dont care what other people think of my choices when it comes to things like that.. everyone has a preference in what they like.. For me i hate good year tires... they use to be a good tire.. but when i had 3 bad sets i decided to never buy them again... 2 were on my old buick.. 1st set i had 2 of them split straight down the center line of the tire on the highway.. which is not fun when theyre on your steer tires either.. 1st one happened not a week after i bought them.. next one happened 4 months later.. figured it was a bad run.. replaced them with another set when the replacements worn out..

2nd set the belts broke internally after only a year... at that point i was done with them... or so i thought... When i bought my mustang it came with good years on them.. wasnt happy about it but wasnt going to change it either solely for that reason... it wasnt until i had 3 separate instances losing traction while driving in the rain i ripped them off the car... the last time i ended up going sideways in the middle of the road with a semi next to me and a jersey wall on the other side... managed to keep it off the truck and the wall while getting it facing the correct way.. i had those tires off within a week...
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I bought two new Discoverer A/T3s, 285/75/16 from the junk yard in town in December. They were $185 a piece. I was out the door mounted and balanced for $385. These same tires were $200 a piece at the local tire shop last winter, $215 thru Summit Racing (plus shipping).

I don`t have any complaints about them, but with the amount of miles I put on the big pig, I won`t wear them out. My mom`s boyfriend has a set on his crew cab Chevy, and hates them because they aren`t lasting as long as his BFG A/Ts, even though they were quite a lot cheaper.

Funny thing is, he has about 50 thou on them. How much more can you ask out of a set of E tires on a heavy work truck? And never had a problem.
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I got 4 LT235 85 16 AT/3's mounted and balanced for $170 each plus a $70 gift card.
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I wonder if there the same tire. ? I mean the same tire as in they're going on over 2 years old now.
Haha.....I just bought brand new tires for my KR and am getting new wheels and tires again this fall.....I need a smaller rim and meatier tire for better snow driving then the wide/thin profile tires on the very large rim on there now.
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Petroleum prices, and tires are usually the cheapest during the early spring time. Like now. March/April.
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