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Cooper Tire Introduces Discoverer HT3 Tire

September 05, 2013

Cooper Tire expands its Discoverer line of products by adding the Discoverer HT3 tire.

Available now at dealers nationwide, the Discoverer HT3 is specially engineered for premium commercial-grade performance and highway traction in all seasons and designed to resist abnormal wear.

“Cooper is excited to carry on the strong Discoverer heritage by introducing a dedicated light truck commercial tire,” said Scott Jamieson, Cooper Tire’s director of product management. “The Discoverer HT3 satisfies the needs of hard-working business owners and provides a smart tire option covering approximately 96 percent of the most popular light truck highway market sizes.”

According to Cooper Tire, the Discoverer HT3 features advanced technology, including silica-infused tread compound and full depth 3-D micro-gauge siping to enhance highway performance in all seasons. In addition, the Discoverer HT3 boasts a continuous shoulder rib providing resistance to irregular wear and a quieter ride.

The Discoverer HT3 is available in R and S speed ratings and in 17 sizes ranging from 15- to 18-inch rim diameters, says Cooper Tire. It is designed for highway and commercial driving for light trucks and small fleet delivery vehicles, including Sprinter, Ford E-Series, Ram Cargo, Chevy Express and Nissan NV Cargo vans.

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