The tyres were ranked in this order – Goodyear Excellence (H), Continental CrossContact UHP (H), Michelin Latitude Diamaris (H), Kumho Ecsta SPT KU31 (W), Pirelli Scorpion Zero Asimmetrico (V) and finally Hankook Dynapro HP (H).
Tire: Hankook Dynapro ATm RF10
Load range: E
Max load (lb @ psi): 3,042 @ 80
Sidewall plies: 2-ply steel, 2-ply polyester, 2-ply nylon
Tread plies: 2-ply polyester
Approved rim width (in): 6.5-7.5 (7)
Tread depth (in): 16.5/32
Tread width (in): 7.2
Section width (in): 9.8
Overall diameter (in): 30.5
Static loaded radius (in): N/A
Revolutions per mile: 677
Weight (lb): N/A
Test vehicle: Jeep Wrangler TJ
In both instances, drivers of heavily modified Jeep Wrangler rock-crawlers caught up to me and the small but spunky Frontier and seemed genuinely nonplussed that a stock truck — hardened considerably with a set of life-saving Hankook Dynapro offroad tires — could possibly be doing as well as their purpose-built 4WDs.
For a tire that is a compromise on the street (being an all-terrain), and to some extent on the trails (being a radial), the Hankook Dynapro ATM RF10 performs very, very well. A whole lot of technical research, development, and innovation did supposedly go into creating the RF10 and it shows, on both roads and trails.
|325/60-20 HANKOOK DYNAPRO A/T RF10 SBL|