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Old 06-21-2016, 12:42 AM   #29
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Sarge: how much did you ask for the nexens in CL? Have you been off-road with the Coopers yet and if so how'd they do?
SIAP, how are the Coopers on highway noise?
I put them up for $600 - They didn't last the day. Shoulda asked for $800 - Damnitall...

The Coopers are great in the slop and on wet grass/fields. I came from a 4dr Wrangler so the ride and mileage is close enough to the same for me. The truck is obviously much more comfortable on the long hauls.

Parking sucks...
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Old 06-21-2016, 10:05 AM   #30
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Good to hear the reports about Nexans. Mine are doing great. Smooth, quiet and wearing well. But still at 12,000 miles. So far very happy with them even though I was a bit suspicious of them when I bought the truck as I had never heard of Nexans before
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