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Hankook Dynapro At2 RF11..anyone have them?

Old 06-24-2019, 08:54 AM
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Default Hankook Dynapro At2 RF11..anyone have them?

I need new tires for an 06 Tundra and thinking about the Dynapro AT2 RF11 tires. Any experiences good or bad out there?
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Old 06-24-2019, 08:57 AM
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I have them on my '12 tundra for about 10k miles. The company that I work for puts them on a lot of our quarry trucks because of the price and offload ability/wear. .No complaints so far and the price was good. I was BFG guy for a long time but after talking to our shop mechanic, they aren't holding up like they used to.
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Old 06-24-2019, 02:43 PM
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Just put a set on the old Denali we passed down to my son. So far so good. Noise not bad, will see when it come to wear.
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Old 06-24-2019, 03:04 PM
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Well regarded tires - 2000 Tundra here & also put them an a Class C MH
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Under the specs for the tire it says something about peaks for snow. Are these tires more for up north than Florida?
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Old 06-24-2019, 08:42 PM
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I had 2 sets of Dynapro ATMs on my 03 tundra. I got 60k out of each. I like Hankook.

I got 80k out of the stock wranglers on my Silverado so I bought another set. They don't look as good though.
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Hancook are very good tires in general
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Old 06-25-2019, 03:01 AM
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I was looking at several different tires and when I mentioned the AT2 RF11 he said he hasn’t gotten any reviews on that certain tire since it’s so new. I got about 55k miles off the set I have now (nitto crosstek) but I want something just a little more aggressive that might grab a little better on wet roads.
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On my 2015 F-150 I got 75k miles out of the first two sets and had about 15k on the third set when I traded it off. I think the key to getting that kind of mileage was rotating the tires at every other oil change. I made sure the new truck I traded for has the same tires.
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Looks like it's replacing the ATM. I had ATMs on my truck for 56k miles and they wore well and were very quite. Cons were that they were a pretty hard compound and wet traction sucked.
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Looks like it's replacing the ATM. I had ATMs on my truck for 56k miles and they wore well and were very quite. Cons were that they were a pretty hard compound and wet traction sucked.
Never tried the Hankook's AT2's, but I switched from BFGoodrich AT T/A KO2's to General Grabber AT 2's many years ago and haven't looked back. Wet traction is excellent. Just another brand to throw into the mix to complicate the decision even more.
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I finally went with the Hankook Dynapro at2 rf11 tires, they were installed today by Discounnt Tires.
I couldn't find chit for reviews as these tires are so new but the dynapro atm's had good reviews.
I have to say Discount Tires service was above the rest (great service) and they matched the lowest price I could find online.
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