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TimLoon

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Posted: 03/26/12 05:48pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Going to truck tire dealer to order new tires to replace my 8 year old cracked Michelins. Are the Hankook AH11 series considered all position? Can't determine this info from the Hankook website. Thanks, Tim


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yep, the AH-11 and the AH-12 are all position tires. Also, they are a great riding tire.


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The AH11 is an all position tire; but because of the aggressive tread design I put Bridgestone R250F tires on the front. I am very pleased with the results.

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Thanks Texan. Ordering tomorrow so that they are in next week to take care of on a day off. Prefer not to leave the MH unatended in this neighborhood.

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Make sure you specify a build date of not more than 6 month from purchase date. I used 4 months on my AH-12s and they were only about 6 weeks old when they mounted them. Best move I ever made was dumping the G-670 tires and installing the Hankook tires.

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You had me fooled for a while. You may want to change your signature reflecting your MoHo!


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I use M&S rated aggressive tread tires all the way around, on everything!
The traction tread on the rear is great for getting the rig going in adverse conditions.
The traction tread on the front is great for making sure the rig goes where the tires are pointing, and helping it stop.
GOING is wonderful.
STEERING and STOPPING are even better!
It works for me!


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George Beggs wrote:

The AH11 is an all position tire; but because of the aggressive tread design I put Bridgestone R250F tires on the front. I am very pleased with the results.
You live in Florida and he lives in CT. I imagine the tread is better for his area.

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The Texan wrote:

George Beggs wrote:

The AH11 is an all position tire; but because of the aggressive tread design I put Bridgestone R250F tires on the front. I am very pleased with the results.
You live in Florida and he lives in CT. I imagine the tread is better for his area.


If he drives in the winter in snow then you are right. But for most people these tires are great on paved roads even in the rain.

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Posted: 03/27/12 05:15am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Put Hankock AH-12 of my rig 2 years ago, and still love them.

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