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Old 01-01-2019, 10:43 AM
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Old 01-01-2019, 11:34 AM
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Originally Posted by jeffinthebag View Post
So what would you recommend for a mostly highway tire that's a LT and looks like a All Terrain tire?
I don't want it loud or any worse in fuel consumption. Highway driving but cool looking.
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I have the Hankook Dynapro ATM (275-55-20) on my 2018 Lariat. I live up north where its dam cold and we just got about a foot of snow.
They are okay for winter but not good from my experience. They slide a lot and don't have the greatest grip in icey and wet ice conditions...again not terrible but not great.
Surely a great highway tire which is what I will use them for in summer.
Most AT LT tires are loud and usually multi ply which adds to weight, reductions in MPGs and with stiff sidewalls which stiffens ride.

If you don't really need LT tires...consider a P rated AT.
I did not want dedicated winter tires.
However the tire I use is a General Grabber AT2 in a P rating (275-65-18)
I move to an 18 for winter in a snow peak rated AT tire in a P rating. I love this tire, it performs great on ice and snow and on the lakes I drive on.
Its a little bit louder than stock but nothing terribly noticeable. Gives a nice ride too and looks good.
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I need a LT. I got the HDPP for the weight carry capabilities. Regularly throwing 2,000 lbs in the bed. P's won't cut it.
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My 2014 F150 has the HDPP. It came with OEM BF Goodrich Rugged Trail TA LT245/75R17 LRE tires. I now have 68k miles, and those tires still have decent tread left. Just this past summer, I put over 8800 miles on them during a trip to New Mexico, the Rockies, and northern plains states. They've done fine. Over the years, I've rotated the tiressometimes at 5 or at 10k miles. My tires came with what I call a "dog bone" pattern. The center line of "cleats" for a better word, look like dog bones.

I will replace with similar when the time comes.

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Any one has any experience with either or both of these tires. LT245/75r17 Rugged Trial ta OR Hankook Dynapro ATM rf10 LT's?
Just want an all terrain terrain but 90 % is all highway driving. It's for a HDPP truck.
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I have run both Wrangler RTS and Firestone Destination AT's on my Lariat with excellent results. Mostly highway driving with minimal off roading in hunting season. Ride nice, not loud on the road and with routine tire rotation has good tread wear.
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I have the factory hankooks on the truck, and 30k miles now including running 50psi for far too long, and towing a boat and a camper, and there's still a good amount of life left (a surprising amount actually). I could probably get 20k more miles out of these things.
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Originally Posted by Atlee
My 2014 F150 has the HDPP. It came with OEM BF Goodrich Rugged Trail TA LT245/75R17 LRE tires. I now have 68k miles, and those tires still have decent tread left. Just this past summer, I put over 8800 miles on them during a trip to New Mexico, the Rockies, and northern plains states. They've done fine. Over the years, I've rotated the tiressometimes at 5 or at 10k miles. My tires came with what I call a "dog bone" pattern. The center line of "cleats" for a better word, look like dog bones.

I will replace with similar when the time comes.
I see what you mean by the dog bone pattern in the treads. Mine has it, but half the pictures on the net at tires places have it and half have a different tread pattern for the same tire. Thanks for showing that, I'm going she what's available currently.
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Check out the new Continental Terrain Contact AT. Comes in the size you want. Has tons of awesome reviews. Tire rack did a big on road review on it compared to other new all terrains.

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tests...y.jsp?ttid=240
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