I was having trouble finding a quality yet inexpensive tire for my recently purchased 74 Yamaha TX650...This fit the bill ...Tracks and holds the road well.
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i bought this to replace 15-20 yr old tires on a 74 Yamaha 650..Handles great!
I've put 1000 Mike's on these already, great quality.
Low cost but effective on my 70 BSA,modern tire tech for a vintage bike, Korean made, ride and steer nicely, for the limited miles to be put on this bike a good choice and probably will work well on modern bikes also. Unsure as to durability yet.
My old tires were pretty bald and dry rotted, bought these and they have made a world of difference.
Used on a vintage bike I don't ride much so didn't spend much money
I cannot recommend this tire the 712_rear that I received seems fine.
This tire bananas wobble hard to explain
Well packed, fast delivery, great price. Excellent replacements for the old tires on a daily rider. 500 miles later, still good.
This tire lasted over 9,000 miles. if your looking for an inexpensive tire that will last a long time this is it. I made it across the country and back plus on this tire with no problems.
If referring to width, the 90/100 is wider. If you are looking for a taller tire, than the 80/110, will be your choice.
The 1968 CL350 original tires were 3" x 19" in front, and 3.5" x 18" in rear. These sizes would convert to 90/90-19 front which is 90mm wide, and 100/90-18 rear which is 100mm wide.
The Shinko 712 Front Tire is available in 100/90-19 front which is 10mm wider than original. This will fit on the original front rim, however you will have to measure the clearance inside the front fender to determine if it will fit. The Shinko 712 Rear Tire is available in 100/90-18 rear, which is equal to the original 3.5" x 18". The 712 Rear is also available in 110/90-18, which is 10mm wider than the 3.5" x 18". This will fit on the original rear rim, however you will have to measure the clearance inside the swingarm and at the chain to determine if it will fit.