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Old 05-21-2011, 05:02 PM   #1
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Question Anybody know the weight of Hankook's Dynapro ATM RF10 in 265/75/16??

I know its a specific question...but I've scoured the internet and cannot find the answer.

Reason why I'm asking is because I just oredered and mounted Falken's new Wildpeaks in 265/75/16 and they are heavier than shit (56 lbs each). Although the tire has a bad ass, aggressive looking tread pattern, I've experienced a complete loss in power and mpg's.

I want an aggressive all-terrain that is much lighter than Falken's and I'm down to deciding between Dynapro's AT or Toyo's AT, or any others you guys can suggest.

Thanks for the help.
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Old 05-21-2011, 05:30 PM   #2
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Which ever one is the lighter of the two. I'm guessing that is LT? Just curious, where did you find the weight?
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Old 05-21-2011, 05:44 PM   #3
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Can you find the weight of the P model? I'm looking and cannot find? What's the ultimate difference between a P and LT model tire?
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Old 05-21-2011, 06:04 PM   #4
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bump for finding the weight of the P model
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I would assume that you bought the Falkens in a load range E. This would account for your fuel mileage going into the crapper.
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Old 05-21-2011, 06:32 PM   #6
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I would assume that you bought the Falkens in a load range E. This would account for your fuel mileage going into the crapper.
You're exactly right, I did buy them in a load range E ... but only because I had to. Falken doesn't offer that size in anything less.

Thanks for all the help from everyone so far. But again, difference between a P and LT tire model? And anyone know the weight of the DynaPro ATM's in the p model?
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dont know the exact weight, but its somewhere around 37-38 lbs
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I'm pretty sure my UPS labels said 33 lbs/pc. P-series.
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I think I saw them for 41lbs each.

To threadjack slightly, does anyone have a pic of them running 245/75/16? I have a 2" lift, wondering if it'll look too small, even though it's essentially the same as the stock dunlop: 265/65/17 (yes, I changed wheels)
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