I put about 500 miles so far with no noticeable wear. Good on pavement, good on hardpack. Not great in sand, but that's to be expected. I would buy these again.
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For the price you are getting a good overall tire that can perform well in dirt and street.This is the first time using this tire, before I had Kenda 270 and I also like it specially on trails.I need more time in dirt with the Shinko to see how it perform in other terrains but for now it's been a good solution for my type of riding. I do like theme on the street.
I purchased these tires for my 2016 Husky dual sport. I had planned to do the entire MABDR dual sport route and installed them specifically for the ride. I checked the tires 200miles into the ride down from PA. The photos show what I found. All of the center lugs on the rear tire broke off. Several of the missing lugs exposed cords which rendered the tire unsafe and forced me to end the trip. The tire was used on street only for the first 200 miles and I was averaging a 65mph cruse speed. The tire was not abused in any way. I called Motorsport in hopes for getting the tire replaced under warranty however they informed me that Sinko does not warranty tires however they offer a discount on your next replacement. I would highly recommend spending the extra money on a higher end tire and would not recommend these tire.
We've got a 4.10-18 rear tire on a plated KLX140G and it's a great choice for the hard packed rocky four wheel drive roads we have here in Colorado. I would say it's on the bigger side for a 4.10, the carcass measures 3.5" wide on a 1.85" wide rim but it's short enough to keep the seat height down and light enough to perform well on a low horsepower bike. This is the second one we've put on the bike and it's a perfect tire for our application.
Put these on my Suzuki ts 250 1977 and really like them. They look great and feel real good on gravel and pavement. I do 80/20 pavement riding so they are just what I wanted. Mounted them myself with no issues.
Perfect tire for dual sport I put these on an EXR 100 they are perfect for the fire brick roads and the singletrack trails by our cabin
I bought a set of these tires a month ago and the rear one was mid-sized. It was an 18 inch tire and an 18 inch rim. I ended up breaking the steel belt trying to put it on. Wont buy this brand again.
Installed these tires on a Suzuki DR350SE. Much smoother and quieter than the old tires Have great traction and seem to hold well in the corners. I will buy another set of Shinko 244 tires when these wear out.
I love the tires they are much nicer that the old tires I have and they were half the price fast shipping also!
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Question asked by Bre32
Question:Q: I have a 2002 kdx 220 the tire size that is on the Front is 80/100-21.. The rear size is 110/100-18 What is the closest size I should buy for the front and rear tire?Question asked Over 5 months ago
Question answered by Trevor GearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 5 months agoAnswer: A: I'd recommend sticking with the OEM specs.
Question asked by Srgkill
Question:Q: Well these fit a 2010 klx250sf stock rims 140/70 120/70Question asked Over 5 months ago
Question answered by ChoweUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered Over 5 months agoAnswer: A: In theory they will fit the rim however there may be some clearance issues with those dimensions compared to the OEM tire sizes. If you have any questions give us a call at 1-888-676-8853
Question asked by Ryan W
Question:Q: I have a 2017 Yamaha ttr-125 le which tire size would you recommend looking for tires like these but don’t know the size to getQuestion asked Over 6 months ago
Question asked by Kaleb357974327
Question:Q: It is close to 60/100-14 (in size). Like would it fit?Question asked Over 6 months ago
Question answered by MattGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered Over 6 months agoAnswer: A: A 2.75-14 tire is very close to the 60/100-14 and should fit without any issues if your original size on the bike is a 60/100-14. The difference in size is very minimal.
Question asked by Aceman
Question:Q: Hi. I have Rear: 130/90 17 & Front: 100/90 18. What size should I get? Largest possible, thanks for your help!! Putting them on k100 tracker/scrambler :)Question asked Over 6 months ago
Question answered by CodyGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered Over 6 months agoAnswer: A: These tires are listed in standard sizes while the format you've given is metric. I've included a chart to help with the conversion. Your sizes would convert to 5.10-17 and 3.50-18.
Question asked by Polarbear
Question:Q: I have a 2003 drz 400 the tire sizes now are Front 80/100-21 Rear 120/100-18 What size should I buy?Question asked Over 6 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 6 months agoAnswer: A: The closest tire sizes to choose would be the 3.00-21 & the 4.60-18 tires.
Question asked by cowgirlmom88
Question:Q: Do these come with tubes or do i need to buy tubes seperate?Question asked Over 7 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 7 months agoAnswer: A: Tubes are sold separately.
Question asked by Randy
Question:Q: I like the shinko 244, will they fit on my yamaha radian. Or do you have any recommendations. Trying to turn bike into scrambler. More aggressive the better.Question asked Over 7 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 7 months agoAnswer: A: I'm sorry, but they do not offer these tires in the size you need for that bike.
Question asked by Ktm dude
Question:Q: I own a 2002 ktm 400 exc. The front tire is 80/100/21 and rear is 110/100/18. What sizes would best suit my bike? Thanks!Question asked Over 7 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 7 months agoAnswer: A: 3.00-21 front & 4.0 / 4.10-18 rear
Question asked by Adventurist
Question:Q: I want some good dual sport tires for my Royal Enfield c500. The tire sizes 2.75- 3” (19” rim) front and 4.25- 4.5” (18” rim) back. I can match the front tire easily but should I go wider on the back with 4.60”?Question asked Over 7 months ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 7 months agoAnswer: A: You will need to measure the rear swing arm to verify the larger tire will no cause any rubbing issues.