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Old 12-08-2010, 01:30 PM   #1
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Hancook Dynapro ATM RF10 Tires

So i'm in the market for new tires and I've come across 2 that seem to be regarded as really good for the money. I can get great deals on both of these tires, I just want to get a little more information on them. The General Grabber AT2 is one that I have found a lot of good reviews on and that most people seem to enjoy but I haven't found much on the Hankook Dynapro ATM RF10 tires. I was wondering if any has used the and what there experience with them was? Did they handle well in off road situations, road, snow, etc...

If anyone has any experience with these I would love to know what your opinion on them is.

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I know its not what you mentioned, but nitto trail grapplers are awesome!

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Old 12-08-2010, 02:15 PM   #3
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Don't know about the Hankook RF10, but

I've beem running the LT295/75x16 Dynapro MT RT03 in snow/sand/freeway and I'll replace them with the same when/if they wearout



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Old 01-02-2011, 10:48 PM   #4
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As much as I'd like to get the Dynapro MT's, I drive too much on the highway - 120 miles per day. I've been checking out the Dynapro ATM's and think that's what I'll be buying based on reviews. Firestone Destination AT's look good too, but weak warranty. What did you end up with?
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The Hankook RF10 ATM is a great tire for a daily driver that sees a lot of miles. They are smooth and quiet on the highway and they get great mileage. You may also want to look at the Falken Wild Peaks. These also get excellent reviews and have a 50,000 mile warranty as well.
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Old 01-23-2011, 02:27 AM   #6
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I have the The Hankook RF10 ATM on my Suburban. Great tire! Travel a lot. Also have done a few snow runs in the suburban when jeep was done. Very quiet, did great in the snow and heavy rains! A+
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The Hankook RF10 ATM is a great tire for a daily driver that sees a lot of miles. They are smooth and quiet on the highway and they get great mileage. You may also want to look at the Falken Wild Peaks. These also get excellent reviews and have a 50,000 mile warranty as well.
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Hancook Dynapro ATM RF10 have the snow flake symbol?
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Old 01-24-2011, 01:38 PM   #10
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The Hankook ATM RF10 does not carry the snow flake symbol. The Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armor and the Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac both do.
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The Hankook ATM RF10 does not carry the snow flake symbol. The Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armor and the Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac both do.
I currently have the Hankook (didn't see the symbol neither). I like them. Only did one snow run in my Suburban and in the rain they work well too. ALways feel safe with the family. I have stopped by a tire store in the past and ditched tires while driving int he rain and those old ones weren't safe. So, these Hankook are good.

Here is my question, how do they do on trails? I only saw one YouTube video. Showed they worled well. What's your opinion?

I like the Dura Trac, but see many complain about highway noise and in the rain. Which makes me lean towards the Hankook which I know does well in those areas.

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Mine are probably at the top of the list for all the tires I've used for a LONG TIME-But


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I currently have the Hankook (didn't see the symbol neither). I like them. Only did one snow run in my Suburban and in the rain they work well too. ALways feel safe with the family. I have stopped by a tire store in the past and ditched tires while driving int he rain and those old ones weren't safe. So, these Hankook are good.

Here is my question, how do they do on trails? I only saw one YouTube video. Showed they worled well. What's your opinion?

I like the Dura Trac, but see many complain about highway noise and in the rain. Which makes me lean towards the Hankook which I know does well in those areas.

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It's a different model of the Hankook-and the trail/rain/snow/rocks is unstoppable, the bead holding at low airpressure (5psi) is stupendous-could be the ProComp wheels too-

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It's a different model of the Hankook-and the trail/rain/snow/rocks is unstoppable, the bead holding at low airpressure (5psi) is stupendous-could be the ProComp wheels too-

---Hankook Dynapro Lt295/75x16 RT03-



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Looks like you have the M/T. I had those on my previous truck "Avalanche" good tire as well. Although, I think the A/T do better in the rain. Just my opinion. Maybe because their sipped? Honestly, I think I will get the A/T. I do mainly snow, trails, and taking kids to the beach (3,000 miles a year on the jeep). No big rocks.
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I work in the oil field and run the A/T on my work truck. They have done very well for me in the mud, snow, rain. All of my trail roads are very rough and rocky and they have worn extremely well. Have had them for close to 50,000 miles.
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I work in the oil field and run the A/T on my work truck. They have done very well for me in the mud, snow, rain. All of my trail roads are very rough and rocky and they have worn extremely well. Have had them for close to 50,000 miles.
I have them on my '02 4x4 suburban. They do well on the highway (snow and rain). Wanted feedback for offroad. You just gave it. Thanks. Ill order them this weekend.
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I like the Dura Trac, but see many complain about highway noise and in the rain.
I don't know who you've been talking to, but I love 'em. I'm running some now, and the GY DTs are phenomenal in rain and snow, good in mud, and dry road noise isn't bad either (better than BFG ATs.) they're also cheaper than the Hankooks. They're the second best AT I've ever driven - Bridgestone Dueler AT Revos being the best (the old tread pattern they no longer make.)

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You say their not bad, so there is some noise. I guess to one they are loud and another not.

For the Bridgestone, they are an AWSOME tire. Had those before. Only reason I didn't get another set. They wore quick! I got 35k if I remember right. All highway on a newer truck. Wore even too. Wasn't happy. But, everything else was top notch.

The Hankook are $730 OTD. Cheaper than the GY I have found. Can you supply a link showing cheaper?

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I'm running the Dynapro M/T RT03. They're great on the trail, a bit noisey on the pavement, and slip around in the snow (Prob cause they're 12.50 wide). I'm really happy with them though!
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I'm running the Dynapro M/T RT03. They're great on the trail, a bit noisey on the pavement, and slip around in the snow (Prob cause they're 12.50 wide). I'm really happy with them though!
I had those and now the A/T on the suburban. No slip, but they are sipped. That's probably why.
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I'm anxiously awaiting my Dynapro atm's (31" on 2" lifted TJ). I debated which tire to get for about 8 weeks, and looked at a lot of reviews and a lot of different websites. The MT's are very nice but I drive a bit too much on pavement. I haven't found any pictures of the atm's online on a Jeep TJ, so I'll post mine when they're installed.

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TJ 2006 dynapro atm zone offroad budget boost

Here's my 2006 TJ Sport. I've put about 1,000 miles on these tires and they definitely make me more comfortable with their grip, they ride quieter, and they're quieter than the worn out 30" goodyears (85k miles believe it or not) that came with the jeep. It's been snowing here in Eastern PA and NJ, and I'm glad these things are finally on my jeep. These are the 31" dynapro atm's on stock wheels with the zone offroad 2" budget lift. The zone offroad lift is great value for the $$ and easy to install (except for the broken rusty upper rear shock bolts on the jeep that I had to figure out how to fix). Very happy with both the tires and the lift. Pardon the picture quality, I'll see if I can add others later.
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