Very Happy with my Dynapro's
I have them on a PX Ranger which tows a heavy van. Have done about 40,000k so far and they are wearing very well. Should get at least 80,000k if the current wear is any indication.
I have found them very good in both wet and dry conditions, good off road, although like all all terrain tyres reach their limits in heavy mud. Good in sand.
They are quiet on road with little difference to my other vehicles car tyres.
They have done a complete lap of the continent plus another across and back towing 3 tonnes.
The vast majority of their life has been with the van on the back.
I would have another set without hesitation.
Purchased in February 2017 at Bob Jane T-Marts for $220.00.
Hankook Dynapro ATM
I’ve owned many sets of hankook 4x4 types & mud configuration all different sizes atm I’m running a set of 265. 70 . 18 on my Pajero sports great Tyers do all I can ask from this type of tyre. Deep Mud holes can be a little tricky but all all terrain types are not the best in this situation. I’ve read many mixed reviews about hankook but I can only say over my time in 4wd this brand has never let me down in all types of situations.not sure how others are having the problems they are stating just my opinion anyway. I highly recommend .
Purchased in February 2021.
I bought a Navara 4WD two years ago with a brand new set of these on it. I've always known Hankook tyres to be lousy and this set simply verified that opinion. They seemed acceptable, although not the best, in the dry but I soon discovered that they are utterly dangerous in the wet, where I often lost traction whether braking, accelerating or cornering. I've also had one blow out under normal road use while coming down the Black Spur in Vic (driving quite gently), which is a very dangerous bit of road to have anything go wrong on. I have tyre ...pressure and temperature monitors, so I know those factors were normal prior to the blowout. Another tyre has some peeling from the sidewall, which I've never seen before. Haven't really tested them properly off-road, so can't comment on that aspect. They're cheap, which is no doubt why they were fitted to a vehicle about to be sold, but if you have a similar vehicle to the Navara look elsewhere for tyres.
Will never buy again 40,000 ks went to Jack’s because of vibration and have been told 2 tyres have tread separation and are dangerous not covered by warranty.
Poor in wet conditions
Bought with car. Off-road pretty good . Very poor in wet conditions. Constant understeer at various pressures in the wet. Will not let my wife drive it in wet. Will upgrade ASAP
Purchased in January 2019.
I have done 73000K on these tyres, they are now four and half years old and still heaps of tread.I cant wear them out.Very good off road, spent a week on Fraser Island, never looked like getting stuck.Kreb Track and Bloomfield Track no worries, handled very well.But they are getting very noisy, so a new set goes on next week.Very quiet when new , but noisy now, they have to go.Great value for money.
Purchased in February 2016 at Roys Tyres Caloundra QLD for $235.00.
Don’t blow your money
No road noise, nice and quiet but not good with a heavy load and too soft in sidewalls and tread. Unbelievable amount of repairs.cooper At3’s or ST MAXX instead. I had these on a PX Ranger, had my 1st puncture in under 1000km. Could not get a run from them at all and also the tread started to “chunk” out very quickly. I submitted a complaint but didn’t even get a reply from hankook. After 30,000km and at least 20 punctures I got cooper ST MAXX, even though I was warned of dubious carcass construction. These tyres have done 45,000km over the same roads and worse than the ATM’s and I am yet to have a puncture. ATM’s May be ok for hiway only, don’t even consider going off road.
Purchased in May 2018 at Copper city tyres Cobar for $280.00.
Quiet on the road and very slippery in the wet
Absolutely rubbish off road.
Had to get pulled up every hill after just putting these on made me change them instantly
Purchased in February 2017 at JAX Tyres for $900.00.
Low noise and good grip
Replaced a combination of Nexen and Toyo car tyres with these on a Mazda Tribute. The Nexens were near new. These tyres are significantly quieter and much better on gravel.
Purchased in July 2020 for $1,000.00.
These tyres were the right price for me, cheaper than many competitors. They are great in the wet, dry and snow. They fair pretty well offroad, too. They are quiet for an all terrain and are wearing well.
Purchased in June 2018.
Hankook DynaPro ATMs. All Terrain tyres that do exactly that.
Hankook DynaPro ATM (RF10), in size 265/60R18 114T. New tread depth, 10.5 mm.
35 PSI cold, standard weights. 42 PSI fully loaded (towing a caravan).
Rotated every 7500 kms.
Fitted to 2009 Mitsubishibi Pajero NT EXCEED, 5-door DiD automatic. (ABS, TCS, ESC). Standard car, but for DBA T2 front brake disc upgrade and Bendix Heavy Duty 4WD pads all round. Tow hitch, Alloy bull bar. (Correctly maintained)...
In December 2013, I spent my own money to buy a set of Hankook ATM's for my Pajero NT. Still on there 7 years & 80,000 kms later. 4 mm + of tr...ead left. Quiet, smooth and capable. Reliable tyres. The DynaPro ATMs have always gripped wet sealed roads very well - wet braking is amazingly good - the ABS or Stability Control almost never kicks in, even with a heavy trailer on. Still perfectly in balance after 80,000 kms (no rebalancing, ever), no nasty vibrations or weird treadwear. No cracks, deep cuts, bulges, or block shredding. Sidewall protection lugs work well. NEVER had a puncture, even after driving over some of the worst "roads" in Tasmania. Gravel roads are a breeze. Below freezing Tassie winter conditions, 45 cm deep snow in the mountains, no problem. Beach driving, ditto. Towing 2.5 tons, no sweat. Okay in mud, but use common sense: Bog holes would probably be unwise.
Purchased in December 2013 at Jax QuickFit for $259.00.
So far so good
Only got these on yesterday so i cant comment on wet weather but i'm mostly hre to comment on noise in my pajero verse the BF Goodrich K02's i had on previously. Huge difference in noise, massive improvement compared to the K02's. Pajeros have bugger all sound deadening so if you own a pajero just dont even consider K0's. These are close enough to a road tyre.
Purchased in June 2020 at JAX Tyres for $265.00.
Extremely well priced and a surprisingly good competitor
For reference I have a Discovery 3 HSE with a supercharged brembo brake upgrade - this means I cant fit anything smaller than 18 inch wheels to my car.
Now considering the size of my rims it rules out a LOT of the big go to all terrain tyre brands, there are a surprising amount which do not have tyres in my size. So it gets 5/5 for sizing availability already.
The road noise is near nonexistent and it works great on the road both wet and dry, they handle almost like a road tyre which is quite impressive considering with some A/T tyres you ha...ve to sacrifice handling and noise on the road for more traction off road. As for off road performance I cannot fault them although I do not too as much offroading as most, it will be for the odd trip to a job site or camping etc. Ive found these to be a great in between for both applications with quite an aggressive looking tread. I have to rate these very highly considering the price I payed - my local tyre guys has these priced at the lower end of the pricing spectrum, sitting just above the no brands like maxiclaw and I am fully confident they would have no issue competing with the big dogs like BFG or Maxxis. The only thing I can fault on these is at least in my specification - 255/55/R19 does NOT come in a LT(light truck) specification which means it doesn't have a beefy sidewall or heavy duty load rating like a lot of A/T tyres. I never found LT specification completely necessary but that is worth noting if you are interested in these tyres - I believe other specifications can come with LT rating. All in all a fantastic all-rounder sitting around the 40:60 off-road to on road ratio. Great for a weekend of fun but more than capable to get back to the regular Monday to Friday work runs.
Purchased in November 2019.
Great on and off-road
I have had these tires for 5 months, I have been off-road with them more than 4 times where they really hold their own, quiet on road also, great in wet conditions on road and also great off-road in mud or rock.
I'll definitely buy again.
Purchased in January 2020 at Tyresales.com.au for $240.00.
good product long lasting but not very attractive
bought a ute with these tyres on it and it has been a good ride, they perform well offroad in all conditions and very solid and dont slip on wet tar, only downside is they arnt the most agressive/attractive looking tyre
Purchased in January 2017 at Bridgestone Tyres for $250.00.
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Questions & Answers
I have a question for the reviewers, relating to poor performance on wet sealed roads. do you have any weight in the back of your vehicle when the tyres brake traction?
I have experienced similar with my BFG KO2' and I am wondering if these tyres are as bad in the wet
Nil weight in the Ute with my bad experiences with these tyres. Hope that helps
Hi, I didn’t have an issue as I have 800kg on the back at all times. My main issue was flat tyres and excessive wear. Would never buy again. BFG’s should be a mile better. Although the Dynapro mud terrains seem ok
Never had an issue in the wet,even as the tyres aged and hardened up a bit.90 percent of the time nothing in the tray of the ute.Never had a puncture in 73000 K.Could not wear them out,they just got too noisy as they aged,a common problem.
I got a quote on 4 Hankook Tyre's 255/65/17 A/T the man said that the tread pattern is RS 11 or RS 10 is this right, as I am trying to find some reviews on the tyres.
We previously had Dynapro's on a Colorado, but they picked up a lot of rocks and threw them. Do the latest tyres do the same. thanks
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