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Old 08-29-2013, 06:44 PM
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Unfortunatly, I only have 1 image for each tire at this time. If there is a change it would be pretty subtle.

As for durability, unless you plan to put some serious stress or trail use on your tires, the P metric versions would be fine for your Patriot.

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I know this thread is old but was hoping someone could help aka discount tire

I ordered 4 Hankook Dynapro Atm from you guys (discount tire), the 225/70/16 for my 2011 FD1 Patriot. I did research and should have no rubbing issues but, should I be concerned about the TPMS sensor since it is set for the stock goodyear eagle ls 2 and speedometer calibration?

I do not know what the tire pressure is recommended for the Hankook but the goodyear that came with my car at 35 psi and I believe the sensor chimes under 30 psi?

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The TPMS light is triggered when there is a significant change in pressure (typically 15% +/- door placard pressure). The minimum cold inflation pressure for your new 225/70R-16 DynaPro ATM RF10 tires will remain at 35 PSI.
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The TPMS light is triggered when there is a significant change in pressure (typically 15% +/- door placard pressure). The minimum cold inflation pressure for your new 225/70R-16 DynaPro ATM RF10 tires will remain at 35 PSI.
Thank you for getting back to me. I am glad to hear the pressures are the same that is a big relief! As for the speed increase I am guessing that will be minimal with these tires and nothing to be concerned about?

I am having them installed at a Discount Tire in Raleigh on Tuesday or Wednesday so just want to make sure I am prepared with any questions I may have!
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There is 4% difference between stock GY and your new tires so you would need to consider that when calculating your MPG.
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Thank you for getting back to me. I am glad to hear the pressures are the same that is a big relief! As for the speed increase I am guessing that will be minimal with these tires and nothing to be concerned about?

I am having them installed at a Discount Tire in Raleigh on Tuesday or Wednesday so just want to make sure I am prepared with any questions I may have!
Like the_jeep_now noted, the speedometer and odometer will be affected but the tire size will have no impact on the TPMS system.
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