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Pentru cine intereseaza... putin feedback dupa vreo cateva iesiri cu anvelopele BF Goodrich AT KO2. La ultima iesire am lovit destul de tare un bolovan cu roata stanga fata, presiunea era undeva la 1.6 sau 1.7... janta s-a strambat putin insa cauciucul nu are nici o zgarietura macar. Sunt foarte tari flancurile. Sunt mai grele si suna destul de tare pe asfalt. Pe unde m-am bagat cu ele pana acuma nu m-au dezamagit.

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Eu cred ca am dat mai tare ca tine, aveam presiunea 2 si nici la janta nu vad nici un semn. Despre cum s-au comportat ... stiu cei ce au fost acolo :)

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Si eu feedback pozitiv pentru KO2, am iesit zilele trecute prin niste pietre taioase rau, o anvelopa stock de pe alta masina a cedat, KO2 nu au schitat nimic, presiune 1,6 bari. De asemenea sunt multumit de ele si prin noroi unde chiar se descurca super ok pentru o anvelopa AT.

Singura problema reala a lor este comportamentul pe ud, care variaza intre slab si foarte slab spre periculos, dar daca se merge cu grija, nu sunt probleme.

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In clasamentul Duster AT Tires o sa fie pe undeva pe la mijlocul plutonului tocmai din cauza performantelor periculoase pe ud si a comfortului scazut.

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Cea mai buna anvelopa este ... cea care tie iti place cel mai mult (implicit cea pe care o ai). In plus, este omeneste sa iti placa cand ai ceva nou (si faci o schimbare de la ce ai avut inainte). Te programezi mental ca ce ai ales este cel mai ok.

Stiu ca esti foarte incantat de Cooper AT3, dar sunt multe review-uri pe net ce vor zice contrariul:

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These tires SUCK. Traction on wet roads awful.Road noise as bad or worse than most mudders.Tread wear good with 20 k miles the tread looks awesome, but looks are only thing good. I will never buy agian,NEVER

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Dry is recommended. They slide when new in wet and snow, the treads already don't look so good with 10000 miles, and I have little stopping power in rain because they slide.

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Worthless in slippery conditions. Snow and wet or icy roads be careful.

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The tire dealer talked me out of the Firestone destination A/T, and into the Cooper AT3. These are on a 3/4 ton 4x4 6.5 TD Suburban. Absolutely terrible hookup in wet/dry/offroad. I've tried all different tire pressures, from 30psi to 55 psi and still no luck. they spin on ANY loose surface, and work marginally ok in dry conditions, and totally suck in ice and snow. And to top it off they don't want to wear out, so after 20k miles they still look great, but I know the real story. Not worth the $30 per tire saved over Firestones or another major brand. Been super unhappy with their performance since day one, and it never got better. But if what matters most is looks and long wearing tires, go for these; just don't go off road, or drive in the rain or snow or on gravel.

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These are by far the worst tires I have ever owned. I have been stuck many times on flat ground in an inch of mud. They do not grip, handle, worth crap. And the road noise they make is extremely loud. I would not suggest anyone buy these tires. I had much better traction and reliability with a set of bald bf Goodrich all terrains then these brand new garbage tires. For the extra 20 dollars a tire, I'd go with Goodrich tires.

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Terrible wailing noise that starts at 50km/h, gets more noticeable at 70km/h and louder from there on. Traction dry & wet is noticeably worse compared to the stock tires before (Bridgestone Dueler HT). Brake distance got noticeably longer. Snow traction is a little worse than the stock tires, but not much. High speed (>100km/h) sidewall stability with regular air pressure is basically non-existent, road feel comparable to a sponge. Same when cornering. Raising the pressure makes on-road handling a tiny bit better, but not much. You also have a slight vibration in the steering wheel when the outside temperature is less than 10°C for the first few minutes of driving, and mine are not the only ones that do this. Very sensitive tire balancing machines show error messages with these tires. The only good thing is that on wet grass, they have a little bit more traction than the stock tires. Overall I'm surprised that crappy tires like that are still being made in 2014! (bought 2014, DOT: 2014). Absolutely not worth recommending, spend your money anywhere else. If I could, I would have returned them.

Sursa: http://www.1010tires.com/Tires/Reviews/Cooper/DISCOVERER+A-T3

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