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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    Classy, yet understated... How do you find these videos, anyway? You actually searched youtube for a "Lifted Honda Accord"?
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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    Umberto,
    As you know YouTube is a fantastic video repository of people who tend to lie more toward the left side of a normal distribution curve of human intelligence. Hoping such folk would not let me down; I typed in "Accord off-road" and lo and behold...



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    Space isn't remote at all. It's only an hour's drive away if your car could go straight upwards.
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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    Here is how my Cooper's look:






    '06 RRS S/C Limited Edition, Racing Pedals w/LR Logo, Lamp Gaurds, Mudflaps, Body Molding, Side Steps, Rubber Floor & Loadspace Mats, Roof Rails & Crossbars, Dog Guard Cargo Carrier, Black Brembo. Never installed/used: A Frame, Carpet Mats.
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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    Looks nice with the bike rack and headlight protectors...only thing missing are some nice dark smoked side markers...

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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    Update...JP Morgan upgrades CTB this am. Good work guys!!!

    Upgrade Goodyear and Cooper Tire from Neutral to Overweight: 1) industry
    volumes are likely to stabilize/improve in the coming quarters; 2) price/mix vs. raw
    mats spread turns positive in Q1 or Q2; and 3) signs of sequential volume stabilization
    in other beaten down end markets. GT sentiment could also be aided by a capital
    markets transaction to address $0.5B 09-end maturity, and we see a decent shot at GT
    pulling off a deal (perhaps convert) given recent sector deals. Both stocks are up from
    their depressed lows, and GM/Chrysler headlines may yet provide better entry points
    in the coming weeks. But with earnings likely to move back into the black in H2, most
    investors will likely be more willing to start paying for normalized earnings, arguing
    for 50%-ish upside potential in both stocks even from current levels.
    • Unlike new cars/homes, tires are a quasi-discretionary purchase, particularly in
    the US where limited public transport suggests regular tire wear is inevitable. 1)
    Downturns in the US consumer replacement segment since the early 80s have never
    lasted more than a year on an annual basis, suggesting any downturn on a monthly
    basis can probably last 18 months. The current downturn began in Feb-08 in the US
    and Nov-07 in Europe — 18 months later would be right about now. We hear March
    US replacement tire shipments will be down about 8%, notably better than the 15-
    20% declines seen in each of the past 5 months. 2) With lower gas prices, vehicle
    miles driven (VMD) declines have started to notably moderate (-1.6% in Dec.
    vs. -4.7% avg. in prior 6 mos), another reason to be optimistic about prospects for
    volume stabilization (72% correlation b/w VMD and replacement tire shipments). 3)
    Lastly, it seems tire industry inventories are starting to come under control,
    suggesting production can sequentially improve even faster than final sales going
    into H2.
    • Starting as early as Q1 and most likely by Q2, the industry will start seeing the
    critical price/mix vs. raw mats spread at the EBIT level turn positive (and
    potentially move into record positive levels by Q3/Q4.09), aided by a 50% plunge in
    tire raw mats from mid-08 peak. Pricing remains a major concern longer term, but
    there are no near-term signs of a pricing breakdown (flattish tire PPI); potential
    upcoming capacity reduction (July labor contract expiry at GT) and any volume
    improvement would obviously aid utilization rates / mitigate price concerns.
    • GT’s other end markets not getting worse. Consumer OEM has been an often
    overlooked headwind in recent quarters, but US SAAR seems to have sequentially
    stabilized even before the benefits of TALF/potential scrappage (new car sales
    already benefiting in Europe from scrappage and in Brazil from tax holiday).
    Commercial OE/replacement tire demand is down in the doldrums, but US freight
    tonnage is also seeing signs of sequential stabilization.



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    Space isn't remote at all. It's only an hour's drive away if your car could go straight upwards.
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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    Cool, probably due to me buying a new set of Zeon LTZ last Monday. Yes, I saved the day - again. My only argument is that they shouldn't use the term "Overweight" or "Morbidly Obese", it sounds worse than "Neutral"

    Thanks goosey.
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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    Quote Originally Posted by umbertob
    Cool, probably due to me buying a new set of Zeon LTZ last Monday. Yes, I saved the day - again.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgDxWNV4wWY

    Substitute Cooper LTZ's for Faberge Organic Shampoo?



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    Space isn't remote at all. It's only an hour's drive away if your car could go straight upwards.
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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    hello,just stepped over from the darkside (full fat rr) im running coopers and I love em! just recently became available over here in u.k.[attachment=0:1a8g5ilw]02042009198.jpg[/attachment:1a8g5ilw]
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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    PJPR
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    06 Cairns Blue RRS HSE (200K...sold to a friend)
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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    I now have 15K miles and 14 months on mine, and I would get another set without question. They are much cheaper than some others AND they look good and wear well and are monsters in the snow and field. It is pretty obvious they were aiming for the Nitos and they did a nice job. The Nitos have more sidewall art, but that was not worth the extra cash for me.
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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    I just got my second set of 285/60/18s for only $140/each (plus labor and supermega 9.25% California sales tax, $670 gran total) at a local tire shop here in L.A., for the money and the performance these Coopers are truly hard to beat.
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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    Quote Originally Posted by TripleE
    Quote Originally Posted by umbertob
    My local tire shop can get them for $145/each delivered and installed
    Dang, that sounds swell. I have a couple local shops I'll hit up; thanks.
    I'm getting about $220 locally. One from a 4x4 shop and the other from Commercial Tire.

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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    Cooper ZEON LTZ 285/60 R18 120S BSW, M+S marking

    Thank you for your order!
    The order has been sent.!


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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    Quote Originally Posted by PJPR01
    Looks nice with the bike rack and headlight protectors...only thing missing are some nice dark smoked side markers...

    Thanks. Picked up the smoked side markers a couple of weeks ago.



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    Re: Who rolls on Cooper Zeon LTZ's?

    RayRay,

    With that nice setup, you should definitely consider coming to the LR national rally in Leadville in the summer time...obviously leaving the side steps at home. Would be great to have another nicely equipped RRS out there to join the small but growing group of RRS owners heading out on the trails.
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