Kenda K657 Challenger Tire Combo


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Durability 4/5 Performance 4/5 Style 4/5
Nice tires but what do i know...

here is my facts,

kenda k671 rear tire bought 6/11/15 for $74 & installed @ mileage 53980
kenda k657 front tire bought 8/20/15 for $57 & installed @ mileage 54431

current mileage on my 1980 Honda cb900c is 58089 and they still ride smooth & grip in rain in sharp curves. I live in Lexington ky & 97% of the mileage was placed within this area.

the mileage will dramaticly drop on the 900 cuz I just bought a 99 Goldwing & LOVE it. it currently has 3 year old Dunlop elite 3 with an unknown amount of mileage on them @ about $400 for the set. my point is that I plan to replace the dunlop's with kenda's when the time comes. why spend the extra money if the cheaper tires make nearly the same mileage?!?!?

Good Hope CA.
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
1975 Suzuki GT550

Got the old girl running good. Now she has new Kendas that fit perfectly!

Kenda K657 Challenger Tire Combo
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Location: ny
Q: I have a 2000 Yamaha roadstar 1600.. the front tire for example is " 130/90-16 67h..?
2 years 3 months ago
What does the 67h mean... And does my next set have to have the same? Thanks New rider..
MotoSport Staff Expert Top 1 Contributor
2 years 3 months ago
A: The two-digit number is a code for the maximum load carrying capacity of the tire. The letter is a maximum speed rating indicating the maximum speed at which the tire may be used with maximum load when the maximum listed inflation pressure is used. 67H has a load capacity of 675-lbs and a speed rating of 130 mph. Your next set of tires does not necessarily have to have the same rating, you just want to be sure the tire you choose is properly rated for the weight of your bike and load. Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
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