Hankook Dynapro ATM

BaDAppLe

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Jun 28, 2012
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I just bought a set of 4 Hankook Dynapro ATM tires in our stock 245/65-17 size. The truck had the Contitrac tr on it when I bought the TrailBlazer. The HanKooks look very nice,ride very smooth and Quiet. I have noticed in the short time that they seem to be self cleaning as in throw mud rather than pack up. I would bet with all the sipeing that they should be good in the snow. The Continental Contitrac tires were much louder,harsher ride,and sucked in wet grass yet alone mud. So far I'm very impressed for a tire which cost me $140 each installed.
 

BaDAppLe

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CHIEF BIG RIDG said:
I've been riding on a set for the past three years. They have been amazing. Good choice.

How many miles do you have on them now? Thanks
 

03envoy

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Dec 25, 2011
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Can you take a couple pics of them on? I am looking at these tires and I like the aggressive look......:thumbsup:
 
Feb 18, 2012
27
Well I was completely off on that guess. I've actually driven a little under 50,000 miles on them.

I'll snap a photo tomorrow. Mind you they are not new by any standards.
 

Shana7711

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Nov 29, 2012
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i just bought these tires too! i love the agressive look, and agree that they ride really nice, i can tell a huge difference from my old tread-bare ones lol. I got em for 129ea, because discount tire price matches and i found em for 127 online (the lowest they could go was 129, per computer lol)
Love em :smile:
 

d-wreck08

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Mar 12, 2012
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I've been riding on these for a little less then a year now and have nothing but good to say about them. They were the tires that were on the truck when I bought it and I liked the way they looked then. They were great in the snow last year and are nice a quite on the typical highway drive. I've gotten compliments on how they look more then once, and there sitting on stock rims. I have put about 11-12k miles (lots of highway time) on them myself and they are still looking good, I'm certain they were pretty new when I bought it. I will try and snap a pic tomorrow as well.
 

d-wreck08

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Mar 12, 2012
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pics :smile:

Last pic got a little blurry and off center, but you should be able to get the idea.
 

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JayPizzle

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Mar 26, 2012
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Those look pretty good. Im debating between those and the Falken Rocky Mountain. Anybody have remarks on one versus the other? Chief where do you go to schhool?
 

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zerovandez

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Dec 25, 2012
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I have them in a 265/75/16 size. Rides are smooth. I've taken them on long rides from socal to Yosemite twice, a few times to SF, once to UT, and once to AZ. I've been through some snow, rain, mud, and and loose rocks. I'm really impressed at the tread life. I don't see myself having to buy new tires in the next 2 years. I rotate and balance them at every other oil change. So far so good!
 

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