How many ply is Cooper St Maxx?
To review, the S/T MAXX features Cooper’s three-ply “Armor-Tek3” carcass construction that features two polyester plies that run diagonally from bead to bead across the tread. The third polyester ply also runs from bead to bead, but is at a 45-degree angle compared to the other plies.
Are Cooper Discoverer AT tires good in snow?
The Cooper Discoverer M+S tire is a premium, studdable winter tire for light trucks and SUVs. The Snow Groove technology provides biting edges for excellent traction in snow and ice. The D-Squared sipe technology maintains excellent wet traction while improving winter performance.
How is Cooper Discoverer ST Maxx rated?
Mavis Discount Tire has received 32 tire reviews for the Cooper Discoverer S/T Maxx. This tire has received a 4 out of 5 Star rating with 91% of the respondents saying they would buy again. Deep Snow Traction and Light Snow Traction received the highest marks and total mileage that as been reviewed is 168,995.
Are Cooper Discoverer ST Maxx directional?
#1 – The Discoverer St Maxx has a sort of directional tread (for lack of a better description). What I mean is, if you’re looking at the front of the truck the tread on both the tires cut across the tire from the left side going downward to the right. (see picture).
What does St stand for on Cooper tires?
S/T tires are all season, street or sport truck tires. They are designed specifically for performance pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles, and crossover vehicles.
Are mud and snow tires winter tires?
Mud and snow tires also called all season tires, have the letter M + S on the side. They are perfect for temperate winter conditions, with only occasional snow and ice.
How is Cooper tire Discoverer AT3 rated for snow & ice?
Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLT Snow Performance These tires are “severe weather rated,” meaning they perform at least 10% better than standard all-season tires. They carry a “mountain-snowflake” symbol as proof. I’ve driven on snowy, icy roads about a dozen times so far this winter.
What’s the difference between ST and LT tires?
ST tires are designed for use on trailer axle positions only. They are not designed for the load or traction requirements of a drive or steering axle. ST tires have strengthened sidewalls to prevent the tire from rolling under the rim in turns and when cornering. LT tire designation: LT stands for Light Truck tire.