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Old 11-08-2011, 02:30 PM
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Cooper Weathermaster vs Blizzaks

For the winter I was going to get Blizzaks, but I have the option to get Cooper Weathermasters for around the same price.
The only thing I am unsure about the Blizzaks is the short tire life.

Would the coopers last much longer?

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I'm interested in the response to this. We have Blizzaks on the Jeep and they are great winter tires. However if we could have gotten a studable winter tire that fit the Jeep I would have gone that way.
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I have gotten at least 3 or more winter season's out of the blizzak's and that was back in the 90's. Have not used any of the others.
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Check out the wear rating on the sidewall of each brand tire.

For an explanation of wear rating numbers, see:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treadwear_rating
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