Kenda K671 Cruiser Tire Combo


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Cjflem69 Verified Purchaser
Longmont, CO, USA
Durability 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Tire combo

The best quality tires I have ever purchased. My friends are now ordering from motosport. I will always purchase my bike parts and accessories from motosport!

Kenda K671 Cruiser Tire Combo
Kenda K671 Cruiser Tire Combo
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 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?!?!?

Spiket Verified Purchaser
N West Pa
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 3/5 Performance 4/5 Style 5/5
You can't go wrong ...

This is my second set of Kenda K671 tires. Got almost 1o,ooo miles out first set Could have gotten more if not for inspection fail...

Harder compound tends to be a little slippery when wet. "Better" Night n Day compared to stock Dunlop. Great handling, predictable when cornering and Breaking......

We need these inexpensive durable tires to get us safely thru our gas sipping days.


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BilC Verified Purchaser
Phoenix, AZ, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 3/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Kenda Tires

A few comments to explain my review. I just ordered and received this product. I have no tire machine so I used the spoons I ordered to install the new tires on my rims. That was the hard part, doing it by hand. that is why installation is down. Had I done it on a machine, I am sure that it all would have been fine. Style, they look like tires! Durability, not sure yet, but if I order them again, I will let you know on my next review. Performance, same deal. However, MotoSport has won my loyalty by getting my order to me so quickly.

LLHMoto Verified Purchaser
Corona, ca
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great Tires for a Great Price

I commute 100 miles everyday for work, so I go through a lot of tires, these kendas are great. They have an aggressice tread pattern and grip the road very well. I cannot comment on tread wear or tread life as I have only put 300 miles on the tires, but for the price, if they last me 7-8K I will be very happy and purchase them again.

BigSteve Verified Purchaser
Athens, AL, USA
Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 4/5 Style 4/5
Great deal for great tires

So far the tires have preformed better than I expected. I am very pleased with them. Will be recomending them to all my friends

MS Gulfcoast
Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 4/5 Style 5/5
Great buy for the $!

Great buy & look good. Can't say much for durability as I just had them put on. Feel great though. Can really feel the difference in handling. Would recommend these to others.

Boulder, CO, USA
Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Fantastic tires

Being on a budget it was very difficult to find tires that fit my needs. With these tires the price fit my needs and I'd say they performed better than the dunlops I was used to. They grip the road hard and handle very well.

95HondaShadow600VLX Verified Purchaser
Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great tires at a Budget Price!

I'm on a tight budget and was looking for high quality inexpensive tires. These tires totally fit the bill. My new mechanic at Meteor Motorbikes in Berkeley, CA even commented that I got a great deal on a good tire. He also installed them for a phenomenal price in the Bay Area ($50 to install and balance BOTH tires).
I can't comment on durability as they've only been on for a couple of weeks, but they definitely grip the road and look great!

Texarkana, Ar
Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great tires!

These tires are still new, so I can't rate "durability". I can and will rate performance! My GL500 handled moderately well, for a cruiser, with OEM Dunlop tires on it. When I slapped these Kendas on, it became a new ride! The design is such that the further you lean into a curve, the more tire seems to contact the road surface. These may not be the most "sticky" tires available, but they have plenty of stick. Let's just say, there are no "chicken strips" developing on my tires! Off the pavement, these tires perform pretty well. There are a lot of dirt roads around me, and I can actually cruise down them at a fair speed. That doesn't give these Kendas an "off-road" rating exactly, but one needn't fear getting off road with them. At about $150 for the pair, I'm getting performance that one would expect from tires twice the price. I am extremely pleased with my purchase!!!

3 Questions
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Q: I have a 82 honda silverwing and my book calls for front at 350 s-19 4 4apr which kenda will fitting?
2 years 6 months ago
Top 1 Contributor MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 5 months ago
A: For the front you will want to go with a 90/90-19 or 100/90-19 and a 130/90-16 for the rear. Unfortunately the Kenda K671front tire is not available in a 19" rim. If you could give us a call at 888-676-8853 we would be happy to help you get a tire combo for your bike.
Location: norwich ct
Q: Will the tire fit my OEM rim? can i put a tube in? what size tube for the difference in tire/rim size?
2 years 11 months ago
I ride a 1997 Suzuki ls650 Savage. front tire 100/90/19 rear tire 140/80/15 i believe the bike needs tubes. and can i fit the 110/90/19 for front and the 170/90/15 for the rear? dont worry about fender clearance on the rear. i have a new one coming in... i just want to know if the 170 stands for milimerters and if itl fit my existing stock rim. NOW. if the tire fits the rim. what size tube do i get? one to match the aftermarket tire size?
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: The "170" refers to the tire width. The "90" would be the side wall radio (90% of 170mm) and the "15" would be your rim diameter. So yes, this will fit a 15" rim like you have. Also, normally you will want to order the same size tube as the tire, if the specific size isn't available you can normally go down one size and it will still work fine.
Location: Baton Rouge, LA, USA
Q: Will a Size Variation Work ?
Over 3 years ago
I have an 02 Honda Shadow ACE with OEM 120/90/17 front and 170/80/15 rear - I found an exact match on the rear - BUT the closest I found on the front was 110/80/17 - will this work on my existing wheel (OEM spoke wire) that the OEM is 120/90/17 ?
Over 3 years ago Location: Athens, AL, USA
A: Yes I had to do the same thing for muy bike. With the narrower tier the quickness for turns and cutting is faster so be careful when you first ride it other than that no problems
Over 3 years ago Location: Athens, AL, USA
A: Yes as I have said before it is working for me with better turning and quickness of movement from side to side
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: It is recommended to use the stock tire sizing. You can switch to other sizes at your discretion, but it will have an effect on the handling. You can view the available front tires in the correct sizing here:
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