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Tires - Hankook Dynapro MT RT03

So did a search and didn't find any info on these Hankooks. Seeing I'm currently racing my Subbie on Hankooks I took a look at these. Actually I like the looks of the Kumhos but they don't come in 17's. The Hankooks come in a 265/75-17

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Dynapro MT RT03

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The Dynapro MT RT03 is a rugged tire designed for "true off-road drivers." The "V" shaped tread blocks are tapered for better grip in mud or sand and you should see them perform in snow. There are "ejectors" built into the tread grooves to prevent stones from penetrating. Specifically designed shoulders keep dirt from building up and to help prevent damage from impacts.

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Alot of the ranchers and farmers around here use Hankooks. @wd duallys usually run the Hankooks on rear and michelins on front. Tire shop told me that Hankook has just as good of warranty as the bigger name brands. I'm gonna put a set on the rear of my truck once I get the $$$. 235-85-16's run $120 something each down here.

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Re: Tires - Hankook Dynapro MT RT03

No experience with Hankook...sorry. However, if you have good experience with them on your subie, then give 'em a shot. You can see a lot of different features that look like they are brought over from other sucessful off-road tires. If you do get them, let us all know what you think. I'm stuck on Goodyear Wrangler MT/R's...I love them. However, they wear very quickly. I'm always open to a new idea...as long as it's a good idea.

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Re: Tires - Hankook Dynapro MT RT03

I actually ordered these about a week ago and they are putting them on later today. I am going witht the 285/70/17 and I already have the Donahoe 3"lift installed. I have heard really good things about these tires....Best rolling resistance/wear, best muds in wet weather conditions....but this model is fairly new to the market...hard to find a real review. I will let you guys know what happens and I will get som pics on here as soon as they go on.
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Re: Tires - Hankook Dynapro MT RT03

Awesome, can't wait to see what you have to say about them. Well the Bridgestone REVO's seem to have really good reviews but no one has really used them in really muddy/clay like conditions. I'm now weighing the options of a 3" lift or so to go with 285's.

I'm just wondering HOW loud really can muddy tires be?

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Re: Tires - Hankook Dynapro MT RT03

Altho not this model tire I have hankook tires on my service van, the currnetly have 32,000 miles on them with plenty of wear left. my van is a refrig and a/c van so it is loaded fairly heavily. I beleive I would look at them for my fj when I get it
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i have the 285 75 17's on mine i love them!!!
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Here they are.
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Re: Tires - Hankook Dynapro MT RT03

OK, if you guys could post some more information it would be really appreciated.

1. I believe both of you have the 285's. Are the FJ's lifted or stock height, if not lifted any noticeable rubbing?

2. How is the ride on the highway? Rough, loud, etc...?

thanks

P.S. Ohh yeah, and when you take them off road let us know how they performed.
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Re: Tires - Hankook Dynapro MT RT03

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OK, if you guys could post some more information it would be really appreciated.

1. I believe both of you have the 285's. Are the FJ's lifted or stock height, if not lifted any noticeable rubbing?

2. How is the ride on the highway? Rough, loud, etc...?

thanks

P.S. Ohh yeah, and when you take them off road let us know how they performed.
mine is lifted revtek 3" . ride on highway is nice louder than at's but for a mudder they are not that loud, i had a set of big o xt's and they were loud!!!
off road they are great i would by these tires again.great in snow and rocks and they clean the mud out well.

07 fj voodoo blue
33's hankook dynapro mtr's
revtek 3" lift
gobi roof rack and ladder
piaas and ipfs
expedition one front bumper
expedition one sliders
tmax winch
garmin legend gps
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Re: Tires - Hankook Dynapro MT RT03

what about the wear on the tires are they cupping? how do they handle in the turns, stopping etc? what should we expect to pay per tire?
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