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Shinko 777 Rear Tire - Whitewall
Shinko 777 Rear Tire - Whitewall

$ 95.99 - $ 148.99
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Item #SHT001A

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52 Reviews
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Los Angeles, CA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Amazing Tires

I bought front and back White Wall Shinko 777’s. I’ve got 10K miles on them and they handle excellent. My bike looks sweet with them on. They make people take a second look.

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Houston, TX
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 4/5 Style 4/5
Beautiful Tires, Great Fit!

These are some nice white walls. They fit great and look good too.

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Idaho
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great price, good quality

Traction and wear are great, and a reasonably priced tire. Excellent value!

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Virginia Beach
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Far better than I expected

Tires grip the road in all weather conditions, very happy with these tires, and so are the folks who bought Shinko tires after asking me; “so how are those Shinko tires, you like them?”

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Virginia Beach
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
SHINKO 777’s Superb Cost Efficient Tires

Friends recommended these tires of course like everything there are Pros and Cons for everything after 2000 miles in a variety of weather road conditions there’s no other tires going on my motorcycles! They stick! I hear they wear quick; I’m sure they do but I’d rather have a set of tires that truly perform, and SHINKO 777’s won’t disappoint!

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Sacramento ca
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 3/5
Reliable

Shinco Tires are excellent. I use shinko on both my Victory Vegas and my Zx6r. Works great on both holds the road well and last Just as long as the perelli’s I used to run for far cheaper

Reno nv
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great price

Very happy with this product

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Oregon
Durability 3/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Best tire value hands down

I ordered the front and rear tire combo on Friday, and they arrived Tuesday. Got them mounted ad installed and WOW. they handle so much better than the Harley Dunlop tires o will NEVER go back. They won't last as long, but I will have new tires more often and still save money!!!

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Mission, Texas
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Perfect!

Very satisfied with quick delivery and merchandise , white walls got people turning heads !

37821
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 4/5 Style 4/5
ROAD KING MILEAGE ON REAR

GOT 5667.0 MILES ON A 230 TOUR MASTER ON THE REAR OF MY RK

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17 Questions
Answered:   10
Not Yet:   7
Mmay
Q: Are these tubeless?
22 days ago
Michael
Top 10
22 days ago
A: They can be if applicable, if your bike has spokes you will need to run tubes.
JerryBoy
Q: Are these tubeless? 
1 month ago
Macaroni
Q: What size whitewall tires will fit my 2006 Roadstar 1700? Ineed a pair
1 month 29 days ago
Trevor Gearhead
Top 10
1 month 29 days ago
A: Presuming you have the stock wheels, Front Tire: 130/90-16 Rear Tire: 150/80-16
Lil rowdy ol lady
Q: Do they come with tubes
2 months ago
Ruehow01
Q: Will this tire replace a Dunlop 150/80B16 on a 2006 Harley xl 1200L
2 months 14 days ago
Robb
Q: Are these tires radials or bias ply
2 months 14 days ago
Paul
Top 10
2 months 14 days ago
A: The Shinko 777 Tires are bias-ply, and intended for many cruisers and touring bikes.
To help us to find the correct tires for your motorcycle, we will need to know the year, make, and model.
AV FXDC
Q: How many miles should I be able t get out of the 777 tires on my H-D FXDC Super Glide if I ride solo, in normal conditions (mostly straight roads)? My H-D Dunlop’s last about 5,000 miles. 
2 months 22 days ago
DaveGearhead
Top 1
2 months 22 days ago
A: First, your bike calls for bias ply tires. Second, the 777 tires are radial, so this will cause handling issues and irregular wear on your bike. If you were to continue running them on your bike you may get 5K out of them, but it is hard to say since they are not meant to be ran on that bike.
Baby D
Q: I have a 1998 Honda Shadow VT 750 ACE I was wondering would a 130/80/17 fit on it. It comes with a 120/90/17 tire but I wanted to switch to a white wall. (Wanted to switch to a Shinko 777 white wall Tire Combo)
3 months 20 days ago
Toby
Q: Why is there and additional $ charge on tires
4 months 29 days ago
Paul
Top 10
4 months 29 days ago
A: Some states require a "tire disposal" fee.
Overkill71
Q: Would you recomend going with the reinforced front tire for my 1998 harley davidson road king? Also I noticed in some other adds about this tire it's being called heavy duty.... are the reinforced considered heavy duty? 130/90/16
Over 6 months ago
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
MU85B-16 87-4569
140/70B-18 87-4611
150/70B-18 87-4613
180/70B-15 87-4615
170/70-16 87-4574
150/90-15 Reinforced 87-4591
170/80-15 Reinforced 87-4593
130/90-16 Reinforced 87-4595
150/80-16 Reinforced 87-4598
180/65-16 Reinforced 87-4600
160/70-17 Reinforced 87-4602
180/55-18 Reinforced 87-4609