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Old 10-23-2008, 12:27 PM
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Just got my new tires installed, Hankook Dynapro ATM RF10's 285/70/17. These tires are very quiet on the road and drive very well especially considering they are E rated 10 ply.

The tread pattern seems like it will be very good off road as well.

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Does the truck bounce any more on the freeway? How is the wet traction. They look like a ton of meat on there. Nice.
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The truck doesnt bounce, never really has since I added the truxxx leveling kit, it firmed up the supspension.

Wet traction on pavement is awesome, it came a pretty good rainstorm last night and I stuck like glue to the pavement.
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Nice. They look really beefy.
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I forgot to ask, what did you pay for these, if you don't mind saying.
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I forgot to ask, what did you pay for these, if you don't mind saying.
had discount match their discounttiredirect.com price of $157 a piece. I ended up getting $25 bucks back prorata per tire on the Nitto's, total price with lifetime balance and rotating and with metal stems, $640. Can't beat it for the quality of tire.
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had discount match their discounttiredirect.com price of $157 a piece. I ended up getting $25 bucks back prorata per tire on the Nitto's, total price with lifetime balance and rotating and with metal stems, $640. Can't beat it for the quality of tire.
That is one heck of a deal!
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Did you install your leveling kit?
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