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Question asked by Tony
Question:Q: Quat is the difference between 671 and 761Question asked Over 8 months ago
Question answered by Trevor GearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 8 months agoAnswer: A: They are completely different tires.
Kenda Dual Sport K761 Front/Rear Tire:
Perfect for "on road" dual sport applications.
DOT approved (30% dirt and 70% road).
4-ply rated casing design.
O.E. replacement for Indian Motorcycles.
Great look for today's custom builds.
Kenda K671 Cruiser ST Tire.
Aggressive tread design provides excellent traction and performance in wet and dry conditions.
For touring, cruiser and sport bikes.
H-rated for speeds up to 130 MPH.
Deep offset tread grooves for all weather riding.
Wide contact patch for superior traction and increased mileage.
Strong 6PR carcass.
Note: NOT for high load carrying capacity motorcycles.
Question asked by QBsuzuki
Question:Q: Do these fit a 1979 Suzuki GS750?Question asked Over 9 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 9 months agoAnswer: A: These tires will work for your bike if you have mag wheels.
100/90-19 & 120/80-18 are the tire sizes you need.
Question asked by Topcat57
Question:Q: Will the K761 Tire Combo fit a 2006 Triumph Scrambler? Thanks TCQuestion asked 1 year 1 month ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered 1 year 1 month agoAnswer: A: The stock tire sizes on the 2006 Triumph Scrambler are 100/90-19 front, and 130/80-17 rear. The Kenda Dual Sport K761 Tire Combo is available in your correct sizes. In your sizes, these have the "H" speed rating for up to 130 mph and are suitable for your Scrambler.
Question asked by Doucette
Question:Q: How many miles could I get out that tire on the road. On my klr 650. I ride more road then anything. So what would be a good time for the street.Question asked 1 year 2 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 2 months agoAnswer: A: I would think on average you will get no more than 3000 miles out of the tires. Distances can vary based on several different factors though.