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Cooper Discoverer ATP's 0 0%
Hankook Dynapro ATM RF10 1 50.00%
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Question Tires,a subject that has been beat to death.

Alright,i wont be responding right away to any questions etc as im leaving out tomorrow morning for deer season. But I noticed today that my stock tires on my 07 6.0 4x4 are dry rotting on the inside(im assuming from not washing the mud off the inside tire wall?) and would like to order some tires when I get back in a week. I don't have a huge spending budget so anything $220+ a tire is out of question. I am mostly looking at 2 tires.

Cooper Discoverer ATP's with a overall rating of 8.5 out of 10 on most of the tire websites.


Hankook Dynapro ATM RF10 with a overall rating of 9 out of 10.

The truck will be used year around, and being in Missouri, we can have 70F weather one day, then the next could have a foot in a half of snow. I do tow some, and its usually 5-10k pounds. I am looking for something that will give me the best bang for the buck in the snow, rain, mud(not really that important as I don't try to see how deep it will go, but sometimes it cant be avoided) and of course dry pavement.

The truck spends 80% of its life on pavement,20% off road. Any feedback on these 2 tires? I see a lot of feedback on goodyear duratracs,cooper at3s and st maxx's, but not on the hankook's or atp's. Thanks and your opinion will be greatly considered. And I will be going with the stock size.
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hankooks wear excellent with good rotation and wear great even on gravel. they ride smooth and quiet and should last a long time. ( I have the hankooks on my truck ) im on set number 2 set 1 went 50,000+ with a ton of burnouts ( 200+ ) and i lay into the pedal pretty good just about every time i take off from a stop.

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