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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Description Item #SHT000X

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 1-866-677-7338.

The 705 is a DOT approved dual sport tire designed for 80% street and 20% trail riding. A versatile tread pattern provides excellent wet and dry weather adhesion and smooth running on the highway.

  • Rubber compound resists tearing during off-road use.
  • Designed for front or rear fitment (unless noted).
  • 4-ply construction.
  • DOT approved.

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2 Reviews
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slcbmx00
MotoSport Staff Expert
Durability   Ease of Installation   Performance   Style  
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   Ease of Installation   Performance   Style  
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

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3 Questions
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ANDREW
Location: San Antonio Texas
Q: WHAT DOES THE TT STAND FOR IN THE TIRE SIZE?
Over 9 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
Over 9 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?
1 year ago
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year ago
A: The 4.10 converts to 120/80.
aircooledfool
Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA
Q: Will this tire fit my bike?
Over 3 years ago
I have a 96 suzuki DR650se it now has a 5.10x17 on the rear but i would like to have a more street style tire so will the 140/80-17 work for my ride
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
2 years 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: The direct replacement tire would be a 130/90-17 in comparison to the 5.10x17. The 140/80-17 may be too wide to fit and may contact the chain. I would recommend sticking with a tire size of 130/90-17 for guaranteed fitment on your DR650se
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