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Dunlop Harley Davidson D401 Rear Tire

$197.99 - $265.99
$130.99 - $174.99

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Dunlop Harley Davidson D401 Rear Tire
Dunlop Harley Davidson D401 Rear Tire
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  • Please note: Tire sizes vary by ride, please check your current tire and wheel sizes before placing the order. If you have any questions, please call Customer Service at 1-866-333-8033.

The D401 is the approved Harley-Davidson® cruiser tire.

  • An advanced tread pattern and specifically formulated compound helps deliver impressive grip in wet and dry conditions and helps provide long tire life.
  • D401 tires use bias or bias-belted construction and incorporate a computer-optimized tread profile to help promote even wear.
  • Tubeless.
  • Made in the U.S.A.
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wolfwolf Over 7 years ago
What is the diffrece between a dulop D401 150/80B16& a dulop hd d401 130/90HB16.THANK YOU.?
what is the diffrece between a dulop hd d401 150/80B16 & a dulop hd d401 130/90HB16.THANK YOU.
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago
james718
the width between the two are the biggest differences. Both are belted tires and both will fit a 16" rim. The load index/speed rating will vary between the sizes. The 130/90B16 tire has a speed rating of H (excess 130mph+) and a load index 73 (805lbs). The 150/80B16 tire has a speed rating of H (excess 130mph+) and a load index 71 (761lbs).
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago
harleydave
The 150 is 20mm wider than the 130. The second number is the profile. On a 150/80B16 the profile is 80% of the width or about 120mm.
cheryl Over 7 years ago
Does a Dunlop tire D401 150/80B16 require a tube?
I purchased a Dunlop tire D401 150/80b16 a week ago. I am now having it mounted. I received a phone call from the shop not a HD shop and said I needed a tube. Is this correct? It was not an option when I ordered the tire. Please let me know. Thank you
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago
harleydave
It depends on whether the wheel is spoked or cast. Spoked wheels require a tube.
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