Mine Made in China,NO Probs
These tyres, 6 x Dyna Pro MT, LT 265/70/17 are made in china but performed outstandingly on a trip from Perth to cape York and back.15,479 ks in all.Most of it off road. 6 weeks,August-October 2019.
some of the roughest off road tracks in Aus, including the Hickman Crater,Plenty hi-way,Telegraph road and Frenchmans track, not a single flat or blowout.Well worth the money.Very tough tyre. Still have 90% tread left.
Great tyre took us all over cape York with zero punctures. Great traction in all conditions on our navara. Fuel usage increases a little though but that is a minor detail for a brilliant tyre.
Purchased in May 2019.
If I could rate below one star I would. Terrible tire do not buy. Spend the extra money.
Slippery in wet. Cut easy . Weather affects and warranty doesn't get honoured by hankook. Very noisy. Wear terrible. Do not buy this brand of tyre. Hankook doesn't care about their customers!
Purchased for $275.00.
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Solid off-road tyre
I wanted a LT construction tyre that wouldn't let me down off-road in my Pajero Sport (2017) on any terrain or condition and after 5000kms of use in sand, mud, gravel and on-road I have been happy in almost all regards. Reliability wise, no issues. It takes on any terrain and gives you the confidence expected when travelling off road to not have to worry about damaging the tyre. On road handling in dry and wet has been good and even better than some passenger tyres I have had on previous sedans. On-road noise isn't a problem either and it's on...ly mildly louder than the H/T Duelers they replaced. The only downsides should be obvious when selecting this type of tyre and they are fuel consumption and vehicle performance. Yes file consumption went up an easy 10% because being a 10 ply light truck construction tyre they are close to twice the weight of a passenger construction tyre and therefore you're rotating twice the weight when moving. This is also where the performance takes a hit and also because I went up in size from a H/T 265/60/18 to M/T 275/65/18. I ended up getting a tune so this doesn't effect me anymore but it is something you may need to consider.
Quiet for a mud on the road, and performed excellently off-road on loose rock and deep mud. Stiff sidewalls, aired down to 20 psi and they still kept their form very well
Grab a set for my 80 series 33 12.5 15 mainly cause they were cheap and Jax Edgy help me out with the 5 yr old bf"s throwing the tread
found them to be a excellent Mud tyre and more them capable but surprisingly how well they ran on the open road as well only did 15k on them before i updated the truck
the question would i buy them again ???? Yep for sure
Wow what a surprise
I know I'm just saying what everyone else has been saying about these tyres. But WOW what a surprise. Spent most of my life buying tyres for fast race/sports cars. So I have always had the mentality of the more you spend, the better the type you're going to get. However even though the hankook's price point is very affordable (I bought it with a buy 3 get 1 free deal @ 280 a pop), the performance bl00dy awesome.
Coming from a set of General Grabbers MT, life feels so comfortable on these Hankook MTs. Will post back once i take them off road,...however a mate has a set of the Hankook MTs on his landcruiser and so far they have not disappointed. Heard some guys say they have gotten 80k from a set of these running on a heavy truck like a Patrol GU. Keep up the good work Hankook for making an awesome product at a very affordable price. Just because we love them, please don't jack up the price because we might not like them as much anymore LOL
Customer for Life!
We were Mickey Thompson through and through until a trip to Cape York saw the side walls bust open on 3 out of 4 new tyres and Mickey Thompson in Cairns didn't want to know us.
So for our trip to Cape York last year we looked long and hard and the general consensus from blokes at work were go the Hankook Dynapro ATMs. Good meat on the sidewall but not too much to be noisy and they last.
So we put them to the test. They've been to Cape York and back and 12 months later they're still as good as new.
Yep. I'm a fan!!! Put them on both of our Hiluxes now.
Not all made in China!
Just fitted a set to my elderly but hardworking TF Rodeo. First impressions are excellent grip in mud ( as expected...), surprisingly good on wet bitumen and not too noisy - a bit of a hum at 50kmh and again at 100ish. Despite assertion in an earlier review that all Dynapro MTs are 'made in China', mine are clearly marked as being manufactured in Korea.
Chinese made and good
60,000k on 265/17s on 2010 Pathfinder with steel bars front and back. Ie heavy. Still 10,000k left.
Good for hard and wet 4wd, on the farm and quiet on the highway. Nice ride and excellent cornering on average NZ roads.
Mine made in China. My son has same in 16 inch on his Surf. His are made in Korea with white writing which I like. Can I get 17s with the white writing? I am told I can not.
Quiet achiever - hasn't got the cudos of the trendy, popular tyre brands like BFG, Mickey Ts and Nitto but I would put them up against these brands any day. Great off road and surprising good on road - not noisy at all for a MT.
Great looking tyre with aggressive side lugs.
BEWARE ALL DYNAPRO MT ARE MADE IN CHINA
Ordered these for landcruiser... Went to get put on... Saw that they are made in china not korea... I refused to have them fitted.
All other hankooks are made in korea. Do not take notice of reviews as they are now chinese made and do not believe that they are made to same standards as they aren't
Very good tyre
Very good tyre in the wet for a mud tyre.
Isn't crazy loud on the road, maybe a little more than an all terrain Tyre.
I have gone through a few sets of these in the years and have got at least 90k out of them.
One word I would say is they do throw a few rocks on gravel roads with small rocks on them.
I have found these tyres to be amazing. They are alot cheaper than the compition but last just as long. They have little road noise long lasting tread wear on road and superb off-road traction and durability strong side wall with traction on the side wall for those ruts to climb out
The Dynapro has outdone itself both on and off road. Incredible traction on steep rock and mud. Amazing stop capability on road (better than my HT tyres!). The vehicle performs much better than before. Over many years of driving I cannot say that I have experienced such a good change to the vehicle handling as this time. A strong tyre with no gouging or cuts after tackling a few decent rocky hills and river crossings. They look good too!
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Best tyre money can buy
These tyres are absolutely fantastic! Just did a 4000km trip and not a sign of wear at all! Amazing off road, great in mud, quick on the sand and great on the hwy. these are the quietest mud tyres I've ever used, almost silent. I would recommend to anyone looking to get a great value for money.
Excellent tyres !
Put these tyres on my Hilux 2 weeks after purchasing it with 38k on the clock. Now at 109k with same set, going on current wear probs another 15k left, Running them at 44psi on the tar. Great Kms, great in the mud, very good in rocky terrain and sand. Even good on road in the wet. Economy about the same as the h/t that were originally fitted . Are the 265/65/17, can't fault then at all Especially when you look at around $1200 fitted . Will definitely get them again
great tyre. Been through everything. The compounds are top of the line and definitely quietest and grippiest mud terrain I’ve used.
BUT...... be careful!
Tyre companies have factories all over the world. China is where they make their cheaper and less ply tyres.
When a tyre place advertises “pay for 3 and get the 4th free”, this is when they bring in their Chinese factory made tyres.
Usually Hankook tyres will have “made in Korea” on the side.
If you have brought “pay for 3 get the 4th free” sale, then have a look where the tyres are mad...
Heavy on fuel, taking them off
Just done 5000km on Hankook Dynapro MT. Using 08 Hilux D4d Sr5. Was getting 670km per tank on the Maxxis Bravos that came with the ute...Now getting 490km. Auto is shifting out of lock, and down shifting earlier. Otherwise a great piece of rubber, but with NZ$1140 more in fuel per year, they are coming off.
Good grip and longer life of these tyres. Highly durable. you always get more then 50,000 from this brand tyres. I have been using this brand for 5 years and Still prefer it in future. There is no noise with these tyres and good fuel economy and unbelievable price from Hankook.
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Questions & Answers
This is a general question and comment, so feedback will be greatly appreciated...
Before leaving the tyre fitters with the Hankook Dynapro MT's on, I asked what pressure should they run at.
The answer was... 'don't go below 55psi!'
That surprised me as all my tyres have always been around the 40psi mark.
His explanation was... 'it's a light truck tyre and any lower psi (at speed) will do irreversible damage to the carcass. They are meant to run at a higher pressure!'...
Sure enough, I emailed Hankook to double check and their answer was... 'they should/best run (especially carrying weight) at 80% of max pressure (which is 80psi).
That makes the recommended pressure to be around 64psi!
So, I run mine from 55psi up to 60psi, depending on weight carried. I've now done over 54,000ks. They still run well, the wear well and no signs of any deterioration on sidewalls, etc.
The only downside is that I'm relentlessly mocked at work by mean people who thing I'm weird for enjoying running on solid rubber that shakes the teeth out of their sockets! (;->
But... I've got very broad shoulder and know that my Hankooks actually handle very well on the road and are very acceptable in the bush.
So, is that information useful to anyone and does someone have any comments to add to the tyre pressure info, as I'm always keen to learn more here?
Is hankook rt3 MT indonesian tyre good for the use on the roads too? And what about its quality ?
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