3. Cooper Tires Stand Up Straighter
Cooper tyres, by design, stand up straighter to deflect objects and have more grip in adverse conditions.
Some other Brands
Most non-American brands of 4x4 tyres have a rounder or belly shape in the sidewalls. The disadvantage is that they are more easily damaged in off road conditions.
4. Cooper Tires have See-through Treads
Meaning the latest tread designs have open straight grooves for wet grip and self cleaning. Cooper tread designs are all the most current designs.
5. Cooper Tires have tread edges to suit the application
Both ‘round’ and ‘square’ edge treads feature in Cooper’s range of 4x4 tyres.
‘Round’ Edge Tread
Cooper’s range of highway tyres feature round edge treads to reduce tracking on rutted roads and give more even tread wear on the edge of the tyre.
‘Square’ Edge Tread
Cooper’s range of off road tyres feature square edge treads to bite in and gives better control when turning on dirt and gravel roads.
6. Cooper Tires are Aftermarket Innovators
In tyre manufacturing there are two types, original equipment manufacturers and aftermarket manufacturers. Cooper produce predominately for the aftermarket so they don’t compromise on quality or performance or meet a price or criteria of a vehicle manufacturer, which means you get more for your money.
7. Cooper Tires have High Quality Inner Liners
The most important characteristic of a tyre is its ability to hold air. Cooper uses high quality inner liners (Halobutyl) combined with the proper liner thickness to give excellent air retention, where others vary the quality and thickness of the compound to reduce cost, sacrificing air retention properties and creating irregular and premature wear.