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Cooper Wayfarer All-Season Tires (various) EXPIRED

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  • Newly launched in January 2021
  • All-season reliability for year-round confidence
  • 50,000 Mile Warranty

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Cooper Wayfarer [amazon.com] has a sale on a selection of tires. Free Shipping w/ Amazon Prime. Promo will run through 4/3.

Cooper Wayfarer All-Season 265/70R17 115T Tire [amazon.com]
Original Price: $130.17
With Deal: $108.92
You Save: $21.25 (16%)

Cooper Wayfarer All-Season 245/55R19 103H Tire
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Original Price: $150.99
With Deal: $127.69
You Save: $23.30 (15%)

Cooper Wayfarer All-Season 275/55R20XL 117H Tire [amazon.com]
Original Price: $149.99
With Deal: $124.65
You Save: $25.34 (17%)

Cooper Wayfarer All-Season 245/70R17 110T Tire [amazon.com]
Original Price: $126.88
With Deal: $107.84
You Save: $19.04 (15%)

Newly launched in January 2021
All-season reliability for year-round confidence
50,000 Mile Warranty
Offers a quiet ride for peaceful travel
Quality tire at an excellent price
Proven tread and compound
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The Cooper Wayfarers are all manufactured in the USA. The 245/55R19 & 245/70R17 and produced in Findlay, Ohio while the 265/70R17 & 275/55R20 are made in Texarkana, AR.
The acquisition does not close until the second half of the year. Today, both companies are operating independently.
They could be a US company but still manufacture in China. I absolutely prefer US manufacturing. The only reason a company manufacturers in China is to cut cost and I don't want cost cutting with something as important as tires even if is it saves a couple of bucks (they never truly pass the savings on to the customer anyway). Case in point, I am currently looking at new camper trailer tires. Goodyear (a US brand) was making some called Goodyear Marathon. They hit the online propaganda train and before they were even out for a year they were known as the best camper trailer tires out there. The problem was, after a couple of years from their release they started exploding and coming apart on highways. They were Goodyear's but they were being manufactured in China. Goodyear quickly dropped that tire and reverted back to making their camper trailer tires in the US. Their current one is called the Endurance and it is made at the same plant that builds big rig tires in the US.

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Decent price for some decent truck tires. Sure beats some Chinese crap brand.
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Goodyear bought Cooper. Look for rebates and deals coming maybe June.
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Goodyear bought Cooper. Look for rebates and deals coming maybe June.
The acquisition does not close until the second half of the year. Today, both companies are operating independently.
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Decent price for some decent truck tires. Sure beats some Chinese crap brand.

They could be a US company but still manufacture in China. I absolutely prefer US manufacturing. The only reason a company manufacturers in China is to cut cost and I don't want cost cutting with something as important as tires even if is it saves a couple of bucks (they never truly pass the savings on to the customer anyway). Case in point, I am currently looking at new camper trailer tires. Goodyear (a US brand) was making some called Goodyear Marathon. They hit the online propaganda train and before they were even out for a year they were known as the best camper trailer tires out there. The problem was, after a couple of years from their release they started exploding and coming apart on highways. They were Goodyear's but they were being manufactured in China. Goodyear quickly dropped that tire and reverted back to making their camper trailer tires in the US. Their current one is called the Endurance and it is made at the same plant that builds big rig tires in the US.
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I own some Starfire tires and they are an associate brand of Cooper tires. Not sure if the same quality, but they have been nothing but good to me. I'm a fan.
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They could be a US company but still manufacture in China. I absolutely prefer US manufacturing. The only reason a company manufacturers in China is to cut cost and I don't want cost cutting with something as important as tires even if is it saves a couple of bucks (they never truly pass the savings on to the customer anyway). Case in point, I am currently looking at new camper trailer tires. Goodyear (a US brand) was making some called Goodyear Marathon. They hit the online propaganda train and before they were even out for a year they were known as the best camper trailer tires out there. The problem was, after a couple of years from their release they started exploding and coming apart on highways. They were Goodyear's but they were being manufactured in China. Goodyear quickly dropped that tire and reverted back to making their camper trailer tires in the US. Their current one is called the Endurance and it is made at the same plant that builds big rig tires in the US.
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They could be a US company but still manufacture in China. I absolutely prefer US manufacturing. The only reason a company manufacturers in China is to cut cost and I don't want cost cutting with something as important as tires even if is it saves a couple of bucks (they never truly pass the savings on to the customer anyway). Case in point, I am currently looking at new camper trailer tires. Goodyear (a US brand) was making some called Goodyear Marathon. They hit the online propaganda train and before they were even out for a year they were known as the best camper trailer tires out there. The problem was, after a couple of years from their release they started exploding and coming apart on highways. They were Goodyear's but they were being manufactured in China. Goodyear quickly dropped that tire and reverted back to making their camper trailer tires in the US. Their current one is called the Endurance and it is made at the same plant that builds big rig tires in the US.
The Cooper Wayfarers are all manufactured in the USA. The 245/55R19 & 245/70R17 and produced in Findlay, Ohio while the 265/70R17 & 275/55R20 are made in Texarkana, AR.
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They could be a US company but still manufacture in China. I absolutely prefer US manufacturing. The only reason a company manufacturers in China is to cut cost and I don't want cost cutting with something as important as tires even if is it saves a couple of bucks (they never truly pass the savings on to the customer anyway). Case in point, I am currently looking at new camper trailer tires. Goodyear (a US brand) was making some called Goodyear Marathon. They hit the online propaganda train and before they were even out for a year they were known as the best camper trailer tires out there. The problem was, after a couple of years from their release they started exploding and coming apart on highways. They were Goodyear's but they were being manufactured in China. Goodyear quickly dropped that tire and reverted back to making their camper trailer tires in the US. Their current one is called the Endurance and it is made at the same plant that builds big rig tires in the US.

Quote from firelikeiya :
They could be a US company but still manufacture in China. I absolutely prefer US manufacturing. The only reason a company manufacturers in China is to cut cost and I don't want cost cutting with something as important as tires even if is it saves a couple of bucks (they never truly pass the savings on to the customer anyway). Case in point, I am currently looking at new camper trailer tires. Goodyear (a US brand) was making some called Goodyear Marathon. They hit the online propaganda train and before they were even out for a year they were known as the best camper trailer tires out there. The problem was, after a couple of years from their release they started exploding and coming apart on highways. They were Goodyear's but they were being manufactured in China. Goodyear quickly dropped that tire and reverted back to making their camper trailer tires in the US. Their current one is called the Endurance and it is made at the same plant that builds big rig tires in the US.

Quote from firelikeiya :
They could be a US company but still manufacture in China. I absolutely prefer US manufacturing. The only reason a company manufacturers in China is to cut cost and I don't want cost cutting with something as important as tires even if is it saves a couple of bucks (they never truly pass the savings on to the customer anyway). Case in point, I am currently looking at new camper trailer tires. Goodyear (a US brand) was making some called Goodyear Marathon. They hit the online propaganda train and before they were even out for a year they were known as the best camper trailer tires out there. The problem was, after a couple of years from their release they started exploding and coming apart on highways. They were Goodyear's but they were being manufactured in China. Goodyear quickly dropped that tire and reverted back to making their camper trailer tires in the US. Their current one is called the Endurance and it is made at the same plant that builds big rig tires in the US.
The Cooper Wayfarers are manufactured in the USA. The 245/55R19 & 245/70R17 are made in Findlay, OH while the 265/70R17 & 275/55R20 are made in Texarkana, AR.
I didn't mean to hit quote below. New to platform. Sorry.
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Not sure my brand of Cooper Tire, but recently got 4x $95 each with 70k mile warranty from Tire Barn. Smaller tire though (small car), but good tires and warranty.
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firestone went bankrupt.. exploding tires
Hey 2000 called they want their joke back
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Wow finally a tire deal that's my size! I'd be more tempted to bite but I'm not crazy about the white lettering.
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Quote from slypher25aussie :
Wow finally a tire deal that's my size! I'd be more tempted to bite but I'm not crazy about the white lettering.
You could always just have them installed on the non-white side.
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My FJ cruiser has 265/70R17. But, Amazon fit saying it's not fit my FJ cruiser what gives?
I need two tires and this is a good deal.
Question. How to get the warranty and pro rate if I purchase from Amazon?
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