For drivers of all types of SUV's, pickups and vans, the DynaPro HT RH12 from Hankook is built to provide
all-season traction, a lower rolling resistance and a more comfortable ride.
A premium all-season tread compound is molded into a symmetrical computer generated tread design that is
engineered to maximize traction and grip, while also reducing road noise. Steering response is enhanced through the
tire's high stiffness continuous center rib.
Four circumferential grooves and zig-zag sipes around the tread increase wet road traction and grip, and
evacuate water from under the tire. This not only reduces the risk of hydroplaning, but also adds more confidence
when driving in rough conditions. The sipes biting edges enhance grip on snow or ice covered streets as well.
Inside the tire you will find two steel belts that are reinforced with spirally wrapped nylon for added strength
and durability. They also promote more even tread wear and a longer treadlife. Hankook backs this model up with a
70,000 mile tread guarantee. Sizes from 15-20 inches in both P-metric and LT models.
Excellent all-season traction on dry, wet and light snow covered roads
Crisp steering response
Comfortable and quiet ride
70,000 mile warranty
Would like to see a little longer treadlife
This new Hankook RH12 is a nice find. You don't seem to hear much about it on many of the major tire sites, but
it's performance makes it an attractive option. You can expect to find solid traction on dry, wet and snowy roads,
as well as very good steering response.
The tire simply provides good feedback and control, making driving more enjoyable. The ride is comfortable and
Hankook includes a nice 70,000 mile tread guarantee. Overall, this is a good choice in tires.
A 5-year or 70,000 mile tread warranty is included on the DynaPro RH12. Tire uniformity is covered for one-year
or the first 2/32 inch of wear.
Materials and workmanship are warranted for 5-years and provide for free tire replacement during the first year
or first 2/32 inch of wear. A prorated amount is given for the remaining time period or down to the final 2/32 inch
of tread depth.