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post #1 of 8 Old 02-14-2009, 10:53 AM Thread Starter
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Hankook Dynapro's

Anyone running the these tires? I think they are the RT03. I am thinking of these over the Toyo MT's. Cheaper and almost the same load rating. I am looking at 35x12.50r17's.
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I have some 315-75-16's and love them. That's right I said love them...

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Have you ever ran Toyo MT's or BFG AT's? Sounds like you would totally buy another set.
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I have run BFG's M/T's and like the Hankooks over them.

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My buddy had them on his chevy, He loved them. Was able to go thru really tuff crap in 2wd where as my truck had to be in 4x4 due to A/T tires.

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I havent run those particular Hankooks but have run others. Excellent tires

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i would not buy any other brand tire, i have been running hankook tires for 3 years now on several of my personal and work trucks. they wear very well and i love the grip they give on and offroad. i have never run the mud tire but my dynapro atm tires get me through alot and ride nice also very little noise.

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i have run a set of hancook dynapro m/t down to nothing, they lasted about 35k, they were awesome in the winter and in snow and ice because they have a nice soft tread, but because they don't have enuoph tread void i thought they lacked in the mud, and once summer comes they were so soft that they pretty much leave a trail of rubber. IMO they are a worthy winter mudder for stock trucks but i wouldn't use them in summer or if you plan on some serious off roading. oh and they are studdable, even better for winter! the ones i ran were not studded though and they still did me fine.

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