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Cooper Discoverer HTP

245 /70 R17 110T SL OWL

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Cooper Discoverer HTP

The Discoverer HTP is a highway touring tire designed to deliver dependable traction and handling along with great mileage. Ideally suited for today's sport utility vehicles, crossovers and light-duty pickup trucks this tire provides a quiet, comfortable and responsive ride and excellent highway touring performance. The tire is available in a broad range sizes from 16 to 20-inch.

• Serpentine sipe design positions hundreds of extra biting edges for excellent wet and winter grip.
• Silica-infused tread compound delivers excellent year-round traction on dry, wet, icy and snowy roads.

• R-Tech construction utilizes several design features that work in concert to provide enhanced tire performance.
• Siping design enhances tread stability for excellent highway handling.

Smooth, Quiet Ride
• Computer-optimized tread pattern with pitch sequencing cancels road noise for a smooth, comfortable ride.

Long Lasting Treadlife
• 65,000-mile limited tread wear warranty.
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