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has anyone ran the hankook dynapro mt? compaired to the bfg at

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they have been good and saw a 06 sd that had em as well


i was leaning towards the bfg at at $210 a tire at discount. i just did a search on 285/75/16 and those hankooks showed up also. and are $194. from what ive seen they have a good wear life and are e rated.

we have been running the bfg on our trucks and has done well. but kinda suck with mud.


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I had dynapro A/T's on my old truck and they were good tires.

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If you are looking for a more aggressive tire the RT03 may be a good option for you. Hankook builds some really good tires for the money. My father in law has these tires on his F150 right now and he has been really impressed. We had them out in the wet desert a few times this winter and they did very well. They will hum a bit more then the AT KO's but that's part of the trade for off road performance.

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i wasnt gonna get a mt tire since they dont do well on the road since thats where im mostly on. but i do go off road since we have a farm and want ult traction. and for that price. its VERY tempting. theres a discount here in town that i can go to for these.



i just dont want this to happen anymore


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I have ran both the BFG AT's and currently have the Hankook MT's. I'm really impressed with the Hankooks after 5k miles. No visible tread wear, they are louder than the BFG's (expected), have surprisingly good road manners and do really well in the soft stuff. Also, I had them siped and it really helps with wet and icy conditions. I went to the moutain yesterday to go snowboarding and the roads were fresh snow and ice. Handled it very well with no slipping. My buddy was impressed with the handling and control the truck had. My 2 cents.
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