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Old 01-29-2013, 09:04 PM   #1
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Hankook DynaPro ATM RF10

What kind of experience anybody has with these tires (mainly in snow, ice)
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Old 01-30-2013, 07:43 AM   #2
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If you compared every AT on the market today, these would easily be in the top 3. A couple years ago they'd have easily been #1, but in recent months a lot of new ATs have come out with special compounds and designs such as the Cooper AT3 for instance. But the Hankook is still one of the best ATs out there, and for the price it's hard to beat.

I had a little road noise with them, but the performance was outstanding in nasty conditions.

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Old 01-30-2013, 08:38 AM   #3
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They are great for my usage on soft sand and small, sharp rocks. No chunking after 10,000 km. I go off road almost every day.
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Old 03-25-2013, 04:32 PM   #4
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What kind of experience anybody has with these tires (mainly in snow, ice)
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So...did you put these on your Jeep?? On paper, I like how they look...I might get these for my JK
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Old 03-25-2013, 10:28 PM   #5
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I have these on my 4Runner. They do well offroad and in snow/rain. They don't do as well as dedicated MTs (like my stock KMs) offroad but they do quite well, and just slip a bit more on the loose stuff. Not bad, and I have taken them offroad with no issues. Probably one of the very best ATs. What did you end up with?
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I have these on my 4Runner. They do well offroad and in snow/rain. They don't do as well as dedicated MTs (like my stock KMs) offroad but they do quite well, and just slip a bit more on the loose stuff. Not bad, and I have taken them offroad with no issues. Probably one of the very best ATs. What did you end up with?
Ran them on my tahoe and were one of the best at tires I've ever ran...had no problems in 8in of snow and great on ice as well. Talked a few buddies into them
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Mmmmmm I want these too. Darn it. Choosing tires suck
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Old 03-30-2013, 09:06 AM   #8
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I let a tire shop guy convince me to get the Michelin LTX once, before I knew much about tires. Very quiet and smooth, and primarily because it's essentially a beefy passenger car tire. It sucked on dirt and rock, and was no prize on cold snowy days. The Hankook is far superior. I have about 15,000 miles on it and it looks hardly worn. Just got them balanced/rotated and the tire shops said the tread was hardly worn. It is I am sure, but not much. I was surprised how well it did in the Moab sand and sandy rocks. Hankook makes good stuff. I also like the AT3. Next tires on the 4Runner may not be the Hankook but I like trying new stuff. Maybe the AT3 or something more aggressive.
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I let a tire shop guy convince me to get the Michelin LTX once, before I knew much about tires. Very quiet and smooth, and primarily because it's essentially a beefy passenger car tire. It sucked on dirt and rock, and was no prize on cold snowy days. The Hankook is far superior. I have about 15,000 miles on it and it looks hardly worn. Just got them balanced/rotated and the tire shops said the tread was hardly worn. It is I am sure, but not much. I was surprised how well it did in the Moab sand and sandy rocks. Hankook makes good stuff. I also like the AT3. Next tires on the 4Runner may not be the Hankook but I like trying new stuff. Maybe the AT3 or something more aggressive.
Michelin truck tires are for suv's and trucks that never go off road and don't need any real snow traction. The Cooper at3 seems ok but is a little tame looking for me.
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Old 05-03-2013, 01:58 PM   #10
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I just put these on my 2013 JKU......they look real nice, and though I've only traveled a short distance, feel nice too.

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