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US $124.99
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Raymore, Missouri, United States

Raymore, Missouri, United States
Condition:New Brand:COOPER Aspect Ratio:65 Manufacturer Part Number:255/65R17 Rim Diameter:17 Section Width:255

THIS LISTING IS FOR A NEW, NEVER USED

COOPER CS5 ULTRA TOURING TIRE

255/65R17

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  • Wear Square™ visual indicator allows you to approximate remaining tread life on your tires.
  • New generation coupled silica compound provides exceptional all-season performance, improves braking and lowers rolling resistance.
  • 3D Micro-Gauge™ grooves allow the tread elements of the tire to interlock and stabilizes the tread.
  • Stabiledge™ enhances steering precision while providing a better feel for the road.
  • Asymmetrical tread pattern reduces irregular wear by allowing tires to be rotated from one side of the car to the other.

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