Rated 5 out of 5 by Huntmastr1 Excellent wear
78K miles. I expect to get another 5K or so.
They need to be rotated regular but man did they last.
I run 45K miles per year in Houston. Wet or dry these do great.
This is a 3500 4X4 truck with lots of towing!
September 15, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by jefe quiet at first; tough; long lasting
We put these on our 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 50K miles ago and they have offered good, not great traction in snow. They were very quiet at first, but after 15K miles started to get noisy. Now they are very noisy. We rotate them religiously every 5K miles. The tread wear has been even and will still go one more winter here on the west slope, Northern Sierra Nevada. I'm impressed enough with these to put the same tire in the LT295/75R16 size on our truck camper. The reason is the high load capacity (3970 pounds per tire) which you need with a 10K pound, 4WD, truck camper.I'll review how that goes. jefe
September 13, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by mrcheapguy So Far - So Good
I've only had them on my truck about 2 months (maybe 2500 miles) . At first they were a little 'squirrelly', but as I wear them in, they are getting better. Replaced Hankook with the coopers - I think the Hankook was slightly better tire, but more $ and a little more road noise with those. I put the coopers on a 2005 F250 Diesel that I frequently tow 8000+ pounds with. Yes, it's an F250, but I have F350 springs in the rear, with an extra leaf, and F450 Springs in the front. The truck rides HARD until I have 500 - 700 pounds on it. I have not had the opportunity to use them in the snow. So far, dry and rain use only - and traction is good. I do not use them off road (occasional field or unpaved road). Non-aggressive driver, but do sprint from a stop sign or light if needed (mostly not). 122K miles and this is the 3rd set of tires for that vehicle. I've owned it since new.
September 9, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by MyCobbages Perfect all-round tires
We've put these on my '03 Suburban, '11 4runner, and '13 Tacoma, and they have lasted both summer and winter throughout. on the highway they aren't too loud, and off road they are phenomenal. We took both the Tacoma and the 4runner up Mosquito Pass, CO, right after a rain storm and they perform brilliantly. Highly recommend these tires.
September 4, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Timmmmay Great looking, decent overall but loud
Got these on a Jeep Grand Cherokee, replaced the HTPs which I was happy with but wanted something more aggressive. After a year and about 30,000 they were shot. Feathered, uneven wear and cupped. Just not a good choice for highway and street driving. Replaced them the H/T.
Even though I'm disappointed in these, it was more of a bad choice in style and I'm still a fan of Cooper Tires.
August 31, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tifttyson Quiet tire, great wet traction, looks really good
I put a set of AT3s on my 2014 Super Duty. They are as quiet as the Michelins they replaced. Their wet traction is very good. I drove through a heavy rain and did not notice any loss of traction or hydroplaning. They slice through water with confidence. Tire dealers like to steer you away from Cooper referring to tires like Toyo as premium tires. I was told Cooper is not a premium tire. Bottom line is the AT3 looks and drives like a first class tire. If they perform great with towing and with off road conditions, I am a dedicated customer. So far the AT3 has turned out to be a great tire for the 20 inch OEM wheels on my Super Duty. I am only rating them as average for off road and winter traction as I have no experience wit them in these conditions yet.
August 24, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by SpartyBob Cooper A/T3
I have had GREAT luck with my A/T3 tires on my Colorado 4WD., I have over 50K on the tires and probably just under 1/2 tread left. Not bad for a 40K tire! Very happy with the handling (wet and dry), low noise, good traction on snow, etc. I will definitely replace my A/T3's with more A/T3's.
August 24, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Silverado285 66,700 miles...and STILL GOING!
Well, the title says it all, and yes, you read it correctly...just got a balance and rotate on these tire's, and they're still going strong...
When I rec'd my 2014 Silverado, 1500 LTZ, 4x4, with tow package, I took the truck straight to Discount Tire, here in Indianapolis, and put brand new Coopers on it. The truck had 30 miles.
I wear all tire's at 50# cold
As stated, it's a 1500, but came with the 6.2L towing package. I tow a 20'x9'Hx8.5'W enclosed trailer for our atv's, and these tires have towed that trailer fully loaded to FLA. They have never slipped, slid, or gave any problems while towing, and provide excellent traction under heavy braking.
The truck is my daily driver, and having two young children, I was concerned about noise. These tires lived up to every review I had read, and for an E rated tire of this size, they are quieter than my previous experience with BFG and Falken of the same size and similar design.
Today(8/2016) I just had a rotate/balance done, and all tire's are between 8-9mm tread depth, from the original (advertised) 16mm.
Cons-- okay, let's be blunt, it's an oversized tire, E rated, on a 1500 series truck, with an above factory pressure...it rides hard.
--love the tire's, but they keep a balance for about 1500-2000 miles. I rotate and have to rebalance, after every oil change, so about every 3500 miles. They are on a zero offset wheel, so I can't blame the wheel. I average highway and city evenly, and at highway speeds, they pick up a solid vibration starting at 68/72 mph.
As for wear, c'mon, I'm not complaining!!! I am noticing, even at half tread life left, I am getting a little slip on acceleration in wet conditions, the siping is starting to noticibly fade away on all contact areas, and I will most likely look to replace them before winter (insert request for coupon from Cooper) for personal safety in the snow. Traction is also showing some effect in wet grass and light mud. When I first got them, I was absolutely fearless, and wouldn't question these tires for a second; but now, I really crawl out of anything wet, especially wet inclines.
In summary, EVERYTHING POSITIVE, you read about this tire--especially the Peterson's Off-road magazine review, is spot on. Worth every dollar, and with tread life like this, your getting two sets of the competition!
August 18, 2016