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Old 12-23-2010, 07:53 AM
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New Tires...Hankook Dynapro ATm

Hi Guys,

Just wanted to share that I got new tires yesterday to replace my Bridgestone Dueler AT Revos. The Revos only lasted me around 30,000 which I am not happy with. I picked up these Hankooks for almost $50 less per tire, and they have a 50,000 mile warranty.

4wd Magazine and others gave them excellent reviews so I decided to give them a shot.

I again got 235/65/17, and I have no rubbing.

I will keep you posted on how they ride and handle the elements as time goes on. Big snow storm supposedly coming this weekend.
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Old 12-29-2010, 08:10 AM
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photos please...I can get these very quickly...

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I saw the Hankook Dynapro ATM at the Tire Shop this week when I was getting my Tires rotated, they look like a very good tire. Let Everyone know how they work out for you. Keep us Posted.
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I just ordered a set of 4 of these online and am nervous about fit. I have a 2008 Limited 4x4 with the 5sp manual with 17" wheels. I see you have the FDII 2007...is there any significant difference in the space for the tires between our two vehicles?
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235/65R17 is a pretty good sized tire for a stock Patriot. You may be able to get these to fit with your OE wheels but you might need to make some minor modifications to your front fender liners.
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this thread is almost 3 years old. lol. BUT, since it has been resurrected, I'm debating on the ATM RF10 or the Duratracs for my soon to be Patriot.

Discount Tire, can you provide me with an accurate weight of the ATM RF10 in a 235/75r15 please? (Also just encase, the weight of the ATM RF10's in a 225/75r16 as well please.) I believe the Duratracs are right @ 35lbs in the 15 and 39lbs in the 16, And I'd like to know which ones are lighter of the two. Thanks!
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Edit: I show ship weight for ATM 235/75R15C at 39lbs (+/- 1lb) and P225/75R16 at 32lbs (+/- 1lb)
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Yep, I show ship weight of 235/75R15 at 36lbs (+/- 1lb) and 225/75R16 at 40lbs (+/- 1lb)
Awesome thanks! The ATM's and the Duratracs are really the only 2 tires I'm considering. I know everyone will have their own preferences, but which tires do you guys prefer and why?
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Edit made to our last post, My appology, I was looking at the Duratrac and not the RF10 tire.
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I just got some new tires as well, Hankook's which were supposed to be made in Korea (they were sub'ed to me from Discount as the Cooper's I wanted were back ordered). Was very disappointed to find out they are now making Hankook's in China. Wish I would of known before they shipped.
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Damn it! I didn't know they were made in china either. It's like trying to buy a pair of shoes not made in china...difficult.
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Shoes I am not that concerned about as they are not the only thing between me and the road going 80-90MPH daily!!!!
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Edit made to our last post, My appology, I was looking at the Duratrac and not the RF10 tire.
Wow, so the rf10's are lighter in the 16 than the 15 huh? Is the 15 a C load, and why such a weight difference?
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Wow, so the rf10's are lighter in the 16 than the 15 huh? Is the 15 a C load, and why such a weight difference?
Here's some more specific info.

LT235/75R15C Hankook ATM (6ply rated) ~39lbs
LT235/75R15C Goodyear Duratrac is a load range (6ply rated) ~36lbs

**Looks like we may be able to order a P235/75R15 ATM (4ply rated) ~32lbs. Please call us for details and availability.

P225/75R16 Hankook ATM (4ply rated) ~32lbs
LT225/75R16E Hankook ATM (10ply rated) ~42lbs
LT225/75R16EGoodyear Duratrac (10ply Rated) ~40lbs
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Thanks for the info! Any chance you guys can post up a picture of the p-metric tire vs the LT tire? I know other brands of tires have a slightly different shape and tread patterns. Also for off road use, would the p-metric tires perform as well? I get durability wont be the same, but grip/traction/etc be similar? Appreciate all the knowledge guys! Def going thru you guys for my wheel tire combo as soon as I figure out what will work best for my application.
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