Shinko Dual Sport 705 Series Front/Rear Tire

Shinko Dual Sport 705 Series Front/Rear Tire
Shinko Dual Sport 705 Series Front/Rear Tire

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Searayrj
Return

Returned wrong size
The proseses went great

Vilmos
Nevada, USA
Durability 5/5 Performance 4/5
Good tire

I have been riding these tires for 9000 miles so here is my evaluation.
I consider their durability as very good due to my harsh kind of riding.
Braking performance is very good although my VStrom comes with ABS.
Cornering is good. As good as my previous OEM Bridgestones.
My only complaint would be with high speed performance where the bike becomes unstable.
If you ride below triple digits these tires are very good.
I have used them a little bit for off-roading on smooth forest roads where they were capable enough without lowering air pressure.
Overall a good durable tire.

Derb Verified Purchaser
MA
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 4/5 Style 5/5
Great price and they look sweet

Good tires for the money. They have great traction on the street. Haven't rode much on the dirt yet and don't really plan on it.

slcbmx MotoSport Staff Expert
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Sweet

Awesome tire. looks good and rides even better

slcbmx MotoSport Staff Expert
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great Tire!!!

Love this tire! Its great on and off the road also dose well in the rain as well. I will be buying this tire again in the future

tpurk Verified Purchaser
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Rawr!

I love this tire! It feels good on and off road, provides great traction, and looks great.

Shinko Dual Sport 705 Series Front/Rear Tire
12 Questions
Answered:   10
Not Yet:   2
Tbuc50
Location: Indiana
Q: I bought the 705 140/80/17?
13 days ago
I actually bought two same size for front and rear is this recommended? Or should I go with a smaller size for the front? Also what tube size goes with the 705 140/80/17?
Isaac
1 day 14 hours ago
A: Your model a 1997 BMW K1100LT specs a 110/80 -18 on the front and that would be the size we suggest you use. The Shinko 705 is offered in 120/80-18 or the 4.10-18 which would be 104 mm wide. Unfortunately it is not offered in a 110, you can check your tire clearance to see if you could fit the 120 size. The closest tube we have to fit a 140/80/17 would be a Biker's Choice heavy-duty tube in a 130/80-17.
Ordaz
Q: Tire Fitment for 2009 Kawasaki KLX250s?
19 days ago
What would be the closest match for the stock rims?
Papi
Location: Holland, MI 49423, USA
Q: I have a 2008 Buell Blast w/stock rims. I want set of tires I can use on country roads. What do you suggest. Thanks?
Over 10 months ago
Jason
Location: Chesterton, in
Q: What does 'bias' mean?
Over 11 months ago
I'm trying to find duel sport tires to fit my '80 cb750c after taking off the front and rear fender. Manual calls for 110/90-10 front and 130/80-16 rear. What are my sizing options as far as wiggle room?
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 11 months ago
A: Bias ply would be the construction of the tire. Motorcycle tires are typically bias-ply or radial, which refers to how the tire is constructed. Radial tires have reinforcing belts (which are almost always steel) running from bead to bead across the tread of the tire. Bias-ply tires have belts which are typically cords made of fiber, such as polyester, aramid, or fiberglass, that run from bead to bead at an angle of 30 to 40 degrees or so.
For a full history and details on Bias-ply vs Radial follow the google link:

https://www.google.com/?client=safari&channel=mac_bm#channel=mac_bm&q=bias+ply+
Charlie
Q: What size for the front and rear tires would i need for a 2003 yz250f. Im pretty sure its a 80/100-21 for the front but im not sure what to select.?
1 year 10 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 9 months ago
A: OEM Stock Sizes for a 2003 Yamaha YZ250F
Front Tire: 80/100-21 Rear Tire: 100/90-19
ANDREW
Location: San Antonio Texas
Q: WHAT DOES THE TT STAND FOR IN THE TIRE SIZE?
1 year 12 months ago
I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO KNOW WHAT THE DIFFERECE BE IN A 130/70/18 AND A 120/80/18 AS FAR AS LOOKS .I HAVE A 91 YAMAHA XJ600 IT HAD A 130/70/18 IN THE REAR AND A 110/80/17 IN FRONT .ID LIKE A SLIGHTLY LARGER TIRE IN THE REAR AND A ALMOST EQUAL SIZE IN THE FRONT
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 12 months ago
A: TT means it is a tube type tire and TL is a tubeless tire.
130/70-18
The 130 designates the tire's width in millimeters, measured in a straight line through the tire from one edge of the tire's tread to the other. The second number, 70, is a bit trickier to understand. This represents the aspect ratio between the tire's width and its height, or how tall a tire is in relationship to its width. Simply put, the higher this number is, the taller the tire will be. In this case, the tire is 70 percent as tall as its width.
The last number, 17, is the tire's rim diameter expressed in inches.
*For clearance and safety reasons we recommend the stock size the bike was designed for.
hondarider19
Location: iowa
Q: I have a 1977 cb550f. Would the 4.10-18tt fit for a rear tire or do I want the 120/80tt? thanx?
2 years 2 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 2 months ago
A: The 4.10 converts to 120/80.
Robert
Q: Do you have any tires to fit this? 1983 honda 250 custom?
Over 3 years ago
Front says 3.25s 18 and rear says 120/90-16? I need both tires. It's a honda 250 custom
MotoSportGrantK
MotoSport Staff Top 1 Contributor Expert
Over 3 years ago
A: Your front tire would need to be a 90/90-18 or 3.25/3.50-18 on the front which unfortunately is not offered in the Shinko Dual Sport 705 tire. There are very few options for dual sport tires in the sizes required by your bike. If you can give us a call we can discuss the available options and provide availability. 888-676-8853
Keiffer
Location: Georgia USA
Q: What size is equivalent to 4.00x18, 3.25x19 and 4.10x19?
Over 3 years ago
My bike is a 1972 Yamaha XS650 . The stock tires were Dunlap 3.25x19 front and 4.00x18 rear. The last set of tires were dun laps, but 4.10x19 and 4.10x18. I haven't bought new tires in over 25 years. I am looking at the Shinko dual sport 705 combos. What sizes do you suggest?
MotoSportRyanT
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: For your front tire the 3.25x19 would be the equivalent of a 100/90-19.

The 4.00x18 rear tire would be the equivalent of a 110/90-18.
Eric
Location: CA
Q: What size do I choose for a 81 yamaha sr 250 exciter.?
Over 3 years ago
These tires are exactly what I am looking for, I plan to purchase them in a month when I can make more progress on fixing my bike. I hope they can fit. What size (front and back) to choose from the pull down menu?
MotoSportRyanT
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: The OEM tire sizes for your 1981 Yamaha SR250 would be: 3.00x18 or 90/90-18 in the front and 120/90x16 in the rear. Unfortunately in this combo there is not a rear tire available for your 16" rear rim. The only combo of tires I found that would fit your bike would be the Shinko 712 Tire Combo. You would have to run slightly wider tires with this combo; the front size would be 100/90-18 and the rear size would be 130/90-16.
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
120/80-18TT 87-4526
120/90-17TT 87-4520
130/80-17TL 87-4521
130/90-17TT 87-4522
140/80-17TT 87-4523
4.10-18TT 87-4525
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