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Hankook Dynapro AT RF08
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Hankook Dynapro AT RF08
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Tire Size: P235/75R17
Serv. Desc: 108S
UTQG: 460 B A
Sidewall: BW
Max Load: 1000.17 kg
SKU: 1002438
Warranty (km) N/A
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Diameter: 30.9"   Rim Width: 6.5" ( 6.5" to 8" )   Tread Width: N/A
Max Inflation: 241 kPa   Section Width: 239mm   Weight: N/A
Max Load (Dual): N/A   Tread Depth: 13/32"   Ply Rating: N/A
Revs Per km: 1081.5/km        

4.55 out of 5Submitted by k. in Pennsylvania on 3/30/2017
(2012 Ford F-150 XL 4x4)

lasted 50,000 not a bad tire.

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 5/5  
Wet Traction 4/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction 3/5        

2.7 out of 5Submitted by Mario in Colorado on 1/29/2015
(2005 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4)

Good on dry. Ok in the rain. Horrible in the snow and even worse in mud. I only had 20,000 miles and took them off. Replaced with General Tire Grabber AT2. 100% better. With Grabbers, truck drives in 2wd like it drove before with Hankook in 4wd. Huge improvement in traction in snow and mud. Will never buy Hankook again.

Would Buy Again 1/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 4/5  
Wet Traction 3/5   Cornering Stability 3/5  
Dry Traction 4/5   Steering Response 3/5  
Snow Traction 1/5        

2.7 out of 5Submitted by Mario in Colorado on 1/29/2015
(2005 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4)

Good on dry. Ok in the rain. Horrible in the snow and even worse in mud. I only had 20,000 miles and took them off. Replaced with General Tire Grabber AT2. 100% better. With Grabbers, truck drives in 2wd like it drove before with Hankook in 4wd. Huge improvement in traction in snow and mud. Will never buy Hankook again.

Would Buy Again 1/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 4/5  
Wet Traction 3/5   Cornering Stability 3/5  
Dry Traction 4/5   Steering Response 3/5  
Snow Traction 1/5        

2.85 out of 5Submitted by Dave in Pennsylvania on 6/9/2014
(2013 Ford Trucks F-150 STX 4x4)

Not much tread to start with, came on my F-150. Tread life didn't even make 28,000 mi. Would never purchase, nor recommend to anyone.

Would Buy Again N/A   Hydroplaning Resistance 3/5  
Wet Traction 3/5   Cornering Stability 2/5  
Dry Traction 3/5   Steering Response 3/5  
Snow Traction 3/5        

4.7 out of 5Submitted by Maynard in Connecticut on 2/23/2014
(2010 Ford Mustang Base)

These tires came standard on my F150 4X4 SuperCab. The only dislike I have with the tire is they pick up small stones. Because of this, I would be on the fence as to if I would buy again. Otherwise, they are great tires. They are rated for 50K. I have 52K on my truck and the treads are still past the top of George Washington's Head when doing the Quarter Tread Depth test.

Would Buy Again 3/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 5/5  
Wet Traction 5/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction 5/5        



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