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    What Tires Should You Use?

    Posted by Tyler Nelson
    on Friday, July 20, 2018

     At AmSnow, we travel thousands of miles each winter in search of the greatest snow in North America. We use all kinds of vehicles to tow, from small SUVs for local towing of just a couple sleds, to long hauls with 2500HD lifted pickup trucks. We have also used all brands and kinds of tires, both on our vehicles and on our trailers. Tires matter, and they are extremely important to keeping us safe and allowing us to enjoy our sport.

    For 2018-2019 we are partnering with Cooper Tires to test the new Discoverer AT3 4S tires. We are outdoors-people at AmSnow and we need tires that can haul, go off road, but also that can stand up to thousands of road miles between trade shows, product introductions, and industry events. We use numerous types of vehicles too so having tires that fit numerous applications is key.

     Several things intrigued us about these new tires. Unlike other brands we have tried these are designed for both stop in a shorter distance on snow compared to competing tires, AND designed to force stones out of the tread, all while giving a warranty of up to 65,000 miles. These are all aspects that are important to us.

    We will keep you informed throughout the season as these tires get put to the test, but check out the new Discoverer AT3 4S when you get a chance.  

     #CooperTire, @CooperTire,    

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