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Cooper Discoverer A/T All-Season LT265/75R16 123R Tire - $118 (normally $180) at Walmart - * And More Sizes*

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Walmart has Cooper Discoverer A/T All-Season tires on sale. There are more on sale than I list here. You have to search. The bigger tires have bigger discounts. The smaller tires are reduced a few dollars.

Cooper Discoverer A/T All-Season LT265/75R16 123R Tire - $118 (normally $180):
Enjoy your time behind the wheel when you are equipped with the Cooper Discoverer A/T All-Season LT265/75R16 123R Tire 55,000. It is designed to deliver a smooth experience on the highway and off. This all-season performance tire is made for owners of pickup trucks. Plus, it does well on both wet and dry conditions. This all-terrain tire is suited to tackle gravel and rocky ground when you go off-road.
  • Excellent highway performance
  • Aggressive all-terrain traction for all seasons
  • No sacrifice in stability, handling, or treadwear
  • All-season performance tire gives you nice wet traction
  • Improved treadwear and traction in rocky and gravel terrain
  • Tire Size: LT265/75R16
  • Drives nicely on the highway and standard roads
  • Helps to give you a smoother and more comfortable driving experience
  • Treadwear warranty: 55,000 miles
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Cooper.../960495958

Cooper Discoverer A/T All-Season 275/60R20 115T Tire - $144 (normally $197):
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Cooper-Discoverer-A-T-All-Season-275-60R20-115T-Tire/475693132​ [walmart.com]

Cooper Discoverer A/T All-Season 265/65R18 114T Tire - $139 (normally $190):
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Cooper-Discoverer-A-T-All-Season-265-65R18-114T-Tire/213768125​ [walmart.com]

Cooper Discoverer A/T All-Season 265/60R18 110T Tire - $133 (normally $195):
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Cooper-Discoverer-A-T-All-Season-265-60R18-110T-Tire/153421410​ [walmart.com]

More:
https://www.walmart.com/search/?cat_id=0&facet=retailer%3AWalmart.com&query=cooper+discoverer+a%2Ft&typeahead=cooper+dis​ [walmart.com]
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Solid deal on the 265/75R16 123R. Keep in mind that's a light truck tire. I think it's a 10-ply, and you have to run higher pressures for the same weight rating as the P-metric version.
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Quote from T_B :
Solid deal on the 265/75R16 123R. Keep in mind that's a light truck tire. I think it's a 10-ply, and you have to run higher pressures for the same weight rating as the P-metric version.
You are mistaken. No matter how many ply or what psi the tire can handle, you do not run higher pressures just because the tire can handle it.
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You are mistaken. No matter how many ply or what psi the tire can handle, you do not run higher pressures just because the tire can handle it.
My undersanding is that it is the opposite. If your tire rating is higher than your vehicle stock rating, you should run a lower PSI for better ride comfort.
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Quote from mrbigaxe :
You are mistaken. No matter how many ply or what psi the tire can handle, you do not run higher pressures just because the tire can handle it.
Maybe do a little bit of research before "correcting" people. Also, think about your reading comprehension, because "just because the tire can handle it" isn't even remotely what I wrote.

https://www.tirereview.com/tire-t...-capacity/

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Size-for-size, compared to P-metric tires, LT tires require higher air pressures to carry equivalent loads.

Failure to adjust air pressures to achieve the vehicle's load requirement will result in tire fatigue and eventual tire failure due to excessive heat build-up. Because of the higher inflation required by LT tires, they often are not appropriate replacements for OE P-metric tires due to ride harshness caused by higher inflation pressure.
You can find endless additional resources explaining this.
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