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A mud terrain tire, Hankook's Dynapro MT (RT05) offers drivers strong performance on the toughest terrains.
Features & Benefits
- Mud terrain tread
- Black sidewall
- Reinforced under-tread gauge increased belt durability and steering performance to prevent external damage
Finding a tire that's strong enough to perform in the toughest terrains is a must for drivers who like to spend their time off-road. Knowing this, Hankook designed the Dynapro MT (RT05) to give drivers remarkable off-road traction and durability. Scooped shoulder blocks provide extra traction in mud and rocky terrain, and the Dynapro MT2 (RT05)'s aggressive wraparound tread increases off-road traction while also providing resistance to abrasions and punctures that are common with off-road driving.
Designed for use on light trucks and SUVs such as the Ram 1500, Ford F-150, and Chevrolet Silverado. Light Truck tires are strong enough to support a truck's heavier weight and whatever else is being hauled or towed.
This product is not covered by a manufacturer’s treadlife warranty.
Maximum speed capability to safely carry a load for an extended period of time.
The maximum load carrying strength at the specified inflation pressure, also known as ply rating
The maximum carrying capacity for a tire determined by the manufacturer (Single wheel applications / Dual wheel applications)
The side of the tire between the tread and rim, with cosmetic branding as well as information about the tire including manufacturer, model, size, etc.
An identifier of a particular tire line and size combination assigned by the tire manufacturer.
The highest inflation pressure (measured in pounds of force per square inch, PSI) the tire is designed to contain, and should only be used when called for by the vehicle placard
Measured in 32nds of an inch, this metric shows how much tread life is left on a tire, with the tire's traction & stopping capabilities greatly diminished at 4/32nds and less. Tire manufacturers include "tire wear bars" at 2/32nds to indicate when your tire is worn out
The range of widths the rim of the vehicle can be for this tire to be safely mounted on
The measurement of width from a tires inner sidewall to the outer sidewall
The diameter of a tire that is inflated without any load applied