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LT285/65R18 Cooper Discoverer A/T3 XLT Light Truck Tire

Part Number:32603
LT285/65R18 Cooper Discoverer A/T3 XLT Light Truck Tire
Cooper Discoverer A/T3 XLT Light Truck Tire
The Cooper Discoverer A/T3 XLT is an all terrain tire designed for sport utility vehicles and light trucks that regularly carry heavy loads.
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LT285/65R18 Cooper Discoverer A/T3 XLT Light Truck Tire

The Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLT is made with Coopers trademarked Durable Tread Technology to handle heavy loads with minimal wear while withstanding the assault of a gravel and dirt terrain. Even Wear Arc Technology on the Discoverer AT3 XLT tactically poisees pressure at the contact area to promote even treadwear and better handling. 

The downside to many all-terrain tires is the excessive road noise that traveling on asphalt creates. The Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLT’s “Whisper Groove™” technology creates a sound barrier to reduce road noise. 

With increased hauling weight comes an increased chance of stone retention. Because of this, the Discoverer AT3 XLT features stone ejector ledges to protect the tire from stones drilling into the body of the tire, offering a clean tread for better traction. For the Cooper Discoverer A/T3 light truck tire, call or order from our online tire store today.

Manufacturer: Cooper Tire
Brand: Discoverer
Model: A/T3 XLT
Manufacturers Part Number: 90000032603
Load Range: 10 Ply
Tread Depth: 16 (32nds)
Overall Diameter: 32.56 Inches
Section Width: 11.6 Inches*
Tread Width: 9.41 Inches
Recommended Rim: 8.5 Inches
Allowable Rim Width: 8.0-10.0 Inches
Tire Weight: 57 lbs
Max Pressure:
Load Index: 125/122S
Max Load Single: 3640 lbs
Revolutions Per Mile:
*when mounted on the recommended rim
Manufacturer's Tread-wear Limited Warranty: 60,000 Miles
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Price Includes Either: Free Shipping Or Free Mounting, Balancing, Rubber Valve Stem, and Disposal of Old Tires at one of our 19 locations throughout New England

Cooper Tire & Rubber has a history dating back to 1914, when the company operated as m & M Manufacturing in Akron, Ohio. In 1946, the company, now operating in Findley, Ohio rebranded themselves and the Cooper Tire & Rubber Co and in 1960, became a publicly held company on the NYSE.

A leading competitor in the global tire market, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company has over 50 manufacturing facilities in 9 countries, with sales and dispensation networks around the world offering products that meet and exceed the demands of the most discriminating consumers.  

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