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Is anyone running the new Discoverer EnduraMax, by Cooper? If so, we'd love for you to post a picture or two and share your feedback!



Cooper Discoverer EnduraMax
UTQG: 640 A,A
Mileage Warranty: 60,000


Dirt and gravel roads can be tough on tires and some city streets are in no better shape.

The new Cooper EnduraMax was designed for the daily driver that's looking for a more robust option than a standard all-weather tire. It's made with some of the same technology as their all-terrain tire products to deliver improved durability on and off the street. The EnduraMax is backed with a 45-DAY test drive guarantee as well as 60,000 mile treadwear protection.


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-KEY FEATURES-
  • Rough Road Durability
  • Sever Weather Traction (3PMSF)
  • Smooth, Quiet Ride

As always if you have any questions or need a price quote, please feel free to shoot us a PM - we'll make sure you are taken care of!


 

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Hmmmm, I'm almost due for tires (overdue were it not for the shelter-in-place!) I need to add these to my short list.
 

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Hmmmm, I'm almost due for tires (overdue were it not for the shelter-in-place!) I need to add these to my short list.
When you get ready to make your purchase, we would love the opportunity to earn your business as well guarantee the lowest OTD pricing.
 

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When you get ready to make your purchase, we would love the opportunity to earn your business as well guarantee the lowest OTD pricing.
Cool. I guess the only issue I have is the local stores don't do alignments. Maybe I'm old school but I like a fresh alignment with fresh tires.
 

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Cool. I guess the only issue I have is the local stores don't do alignments. Maybe I'm old school but I like a fresh alignment with fresh tires.
That is correct, our stores do not have the capability to do alignments. A new set of tires may change the overall geometry of the suspension. Along with the bumps in the road that the car has experienced over the life of the last set of tires, we certainly recommend getting an alignment with the new tires as well. Our local store may likely be able to make a great recommendation for a shop in the area capable of performing the service.
 
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