Tall skinny research 255-85-16

87warrior

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Most certainly not an MT. Not even close lol.
ST Maxx wears like a MT, weighs like a MT (has the same carcass as the STT Pro) and sounds like a MT after 30k miles, but it does not handle like a MT. I ran the ST Maxx (255/85R16) under the 100 for +40k miles and currently have a set under my Jeep TJ. It's a decent tire, but its certainly not an AT.
 

David*BJ70

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I contacted Cooper who told me ST Maxx 255/85 may be available but are nowhere to find in Canada.

I ended up that I bought a second set of 285/75. 304$ Canadian dollars. Not bad.
 

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ST Maxx wears like a MT, weighs like a MT (has the same carcass as the STT Pro) and sounds like a MT after 30k miles, but it does not handle like a MT. I ran the ST Maxx (255/85R16) under the 100 for +40k miles and currently have a set under my Jeep TJ. It's a decent tire, but its certainly not an AT.

Agreed. I've ran a few sets of ST/Maxx (not on my 100 yet) and definitely like them. Though, the last set I bought was in 2017 when they were much cheaper compared to similiar tires.

I ran the 255/85R16 on my 3rd gen 4Runner and it was perfect.
 

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