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General AT2 or Hankook Dynapro

View Poll Results: At2 or Dynapro
General AT2 11 33.33%
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Old 09-06-2011, 02:56 PM   #1
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General AT2 or Hankook Dynapro

Anyone have experience with both the At2 and the Dynapro? Both are pretty similar in my area price wise. But At2 has longer mileage but slightly heavier.
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Old 09-06-2011, 03:25 PM   #5
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Dynapro what ?

AT or MT ?

ATm, sorry I forgot that in the title and can't figure out how to edit it. I did get it listed correct in the poll though.
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Old 09-06-2011, 03:31 PM   #6
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ATm, sorry I forgot that in the title and can't figure out how to edit it. I did get it listed correct in the poll though.
Sorry , I can't see the poll on my phone .

I have the MT's , can't comment first hand on the others , but have heard lots of good feedback on the Hankook AT's
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Yes, I've heard good things for both. I think more have dynapro ATms, but I think the price has gone up on them over the years due to increase in popularity.

I haven't seen anyone who has used both give an opinion so was curious if anyone out there has.
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Old 09-06-2011, 03:34 PM   #8
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I have the AT2's and so far no problems!
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I have the ATm's and I really like them, don't know about the other. Watch out for the AT, there was a lot of reviews that I read about hydroplaning.
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I have the ATm's and I really like them, don't know about the other. Watch out for the AT, there was a lot of reviews that I read about hydroplaning.
Ok, I'll have to check that out, have not heard that yet. I think there is a General graber that has red outlining that got some iffy reviews but I'll research some more.
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my dynapro's get mounted tomorrow... can't wait!!! based on all the good reviews, i don't think you can go wrong there..
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Did you get these locally or online?

I am looking and getting the DynaPro ATM's and wanted to see what you got them for, if you didnt go locally.


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my dynapro's get mounted tomorrow... can't wait!!! based on all the good reviews, i don't think you can go wrong there..
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I got some dynapro ATms about 10,000 miles ago and the rears were pretty worn when I rotated them just a couple days ago. I've got a bit of a lead foot though.
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Did you get these locally or online?

I am looking and getting the DynaPro ATM's and wanted to see what you got them for, if you didnt go locally.
They were $143 a piece at DTD... got them mounted and balanced locally at my favorite garage... I had to buy 5 because I was upgrading from the stock dunlops..
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265/75-16 ATm were $140 each at a local tire shop (which also sells Generals... and they were much more expensive). That was 10,000 miles ago and the Dynapros have been EXCELLENT!




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Up in NorCal I can't find dynapro's for less than the generals.
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Thats not bad, thats what i have seen them for, which is a decent price i think. I was originally thinking DuraTrac's, but they seem too expensive and I am hoping to get a bit more life out of the DynaPro's.

Reviews seem solid on the DynaPro's and for the price, doesnt sound like they can be beaten.

[QUOTE=David K;3690833]265/75-16 ATm were $140 each at a local tire shop (which also sells Generals... and they were much more expensive). That was 10,000 miles ago and the Dynapros have been EXCELLENT!
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265/75-16 ATm were $140 each at a local tire shop (which also sells Generals... and they were much more expensive). That was 10,000 miles ago and the Dynapros have been EXCELLENT!




Same here but I do have 17's and have been an excellent tire! Rub on the inside ONLY when I do sharp hard turns other then that awesome tire!!!
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Because you have a 17" wheel I think the aspect ratio needs to be 70 instead of 75...? Because you are already an inch taller tire/ wheel... and our two trucks (Sport/ Off Road) have the same wheel well area.
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SGT_Taco and I have ATMs on our trucks and they've been a good tire. SGT_Taco has managed to kill two of them, I've only managed to kill one. They have fairly thin sidewalls which is my only complaint. If you wheel on rocks or anything like we do the DuraTracs are probably slightly better, but the price difference for both 32" and 33" is what kept me coming back to the Hankooks. My local Discount sells them for $150/tire + tax, MBI, and road hazard, but they also will take care of me whenever I manage to kill them so I can't complain. You'll notice I also have BFG Rugged Trails on in these pictures, A/Ts don't get much worse than that, and I'm replacing them all next week with more ATMs.







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