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21 Reviews
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Foothills of North Carolina
Durability 3/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 4/5 Style 4/5
Great value

I can't day how the wear is but the tires are a good value.

Great value in Shinko's
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Colorado
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Just the tires i needed

Tires look great on my ktm 640 adventure. Looking forward to summer adventures

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Calif
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 4/5 Style 4/5
Great Bargain

Only a few miles on tires, No Complaints !

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Albuquerque
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 3/5 Performance 4/5 Style 5/5
Good all around tire

Got these about a month ago. They've been great for street use and I finally got to go off road with them yesterday. They performed pretty well but obviously not as great as stock dirtbike tires. Overall, if you're looking for a 50/50 tire these are hard to beat for the price.

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Salt Lake City, UT.
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Shinko 1996 Honda XR650L "Most bang for your buck"

These tires are a great value for the money. I actually like them more than the Pirelli tires that I previously ran at twice the cost of the Shinko Dual Sport 244. They look great on my bike. I will probably buy sets for my wife's 2004 Yamaha XT225, and son's 1994 XR250L.

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SAINT Albans WV
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Tires

Bought over a month ago couldn't believe shipping was at my door step next day.Tires them self are great but they do have a little road noise at around 85-90 mph. Great tires for the price

Philadelphia
Need help

I have a 2016 FC 350 Husqvarna been trying to put enduros on my bike for the longest front tire size is 80/100/21 rear is 110/90/19 and wen I try to order the enduros the sizes do not pop up like that just trying to figure out how to order the right sizes for my bike

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South Bend Indiana
Great value, good tire

Tires were shipped in a timely matter. Went on a trip to northwestern Michigan and they did pretty well. Terrain up there can be very sandy but they did MUCH better than my trail wings, I saw a lot of reviews about the tires being bad on wet pavement but we got caught in an early spring hail/rain storm and I didn’t feel any issues. Would recommend for beginner or intermediate riders like me and will buy again.

PIONEER,TN
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Made out of great material good grip

so glade i got these would recommend to a friend and they came in two days was exspecting to get them may 17

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Indiana
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 4/5 Style 5/5
Good price good grip

These tires work great on my klr650. I haven't been able to slip them in grass yet. I like the tire whine on the road too

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14 Questions
Answered:   10
Not Yet:   4
asovey42
Q: I have an 82 Suzuki GN125Z. The rear tire size is a 3.5-16 and I would like to know if the 3.00-16 tire will work instead or if the width going to be to narrow for the rim.
17 days ago
Trevor Gearhead
Top 100
17 days ago
A: I wouldn't recommend a 3.00 tire for a 3.50. Look for a 100/90 - 16. That is the 3.50 - 16 conversion and will be easier to find.
Cummincents
Q: What is the speed rating for these tires? Where is the info in the description?
28 days ago
rknight
Top 10
28 days ago
A: Depending on the size of the tire will determine the speed rating. Most are a P but some are L and one is an S rated tire. Here is a link to their site directly so you can verify

https://www.shinkotireusa.com/product/244-series/211927
RoyOliver
Q: Have kdx200 what size would work for rear tire 100/100 18.? Been wanting to convert to endro. Any recommended tires that would be good
1 month 10 days ago
ExpertJohnB
Top 25
1 month 10 days ago
A: a 3.0 x 18 would be a little thinner, a 3.5x18 would be slightly wider for this model of tire when comparing to a 100/100x18...
RoyOliver
Q: Have kdx200 what size would work for rear tire 100/100 18.?
1 month 10 days ago
Michael
Top 10
1 month 10 days ago
A: The closest one to that size would be the 4.10-12 which would be a 110/100-12.
Antbugz
Q: What size enduro will fit a 2016 FC 350 front 80/100/21 rear 110/90/19 it's been a hassle trying to figure out how the sizes run
2 months ago
Michael
Top 10
2 months ago
A: For the front tire of 80/100-21 you can choose either a 3.00/3.25-21, and for the rear tire the conversion is MP85 or 4.50/4.75-19 for optional tire size types. If that doesn't clear things up for you, please feel free to contact us on the number provided below at the bottom left of our page, and let one of our expert gear heads help you get situated with the right size tires for your bike.
Antbugz
Q: I have a 2016 FC 350 Husqvarna I been trying to put enduro tires on for the longest size of front tire is 80/100/21 rear is 110/90/19 but when I try to order the sizes are completely different what sizes will I need to fit my bike for enduro tires
2 months ago
Michael
Top 10
2 months ago
A: For the front tire of 80/100-21 you can choose either a 3.00/3.25-21, and for the rear tire the conversion is MP85 or 4.50/4.75-19 for optional tire size types. If that doesn't clear things up for you, please feel free to contact us on the number provided below at the bottom left of our page, and let one of our expert gear heads help you get situated with the right size tires for your bike.

Submitted: 05/23/2018 18:30:44 CDT
Jordan
Q: I have a 2016 Honda crf 250l looking to replace the stock tires. The front tire is 3.00-21 Rear 120/80-18
4 months 7 days ago
DaveGearhead
Top 10
4 months 7 days ago
A: These tires will work for your bike. You will need to buy the 3.0 x 21 for the front and 5.10 x 18 for the rear. I suggest doing a tire size conversion on what you are currently running just to make certain you are getting what you need prior to placing your order.
RobotJunk
Q: What size should I get for Front 80/100-21 (51m) Rear Rear 110/100- 18 (64m)
4 months 26 days ago
They are for a 2003 WR450f.
Thumbs
Top 10
4 months 26 days ago
A: You would need to run the 3.00-21 and the 4.10-18 or the 4.60-18 on the rear with the matching tubes.
Zatax
Q: Would it fit a xr100
Over 5 months ago
im trying to look for some street tires for my xr100 and im wondering if they would fit
robert
Top 10 Contributor
Over 5 months ago
A: Its shows your stock sizes to be 2.50-19 and 3.00-16. the closest sizes we have will be 2.75-19 and 3.00-16. As long as your forks will accept a wide front tire you will have no issues.
Erabe
Q: Are these TT or TL tires?
Over 5 months ago
David
Top 10 Contributor
Over 5 months ago
A: This is going to be tubeless
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# Part Numbers
Front Tire
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
2.75-14 87-4400
3.00-21 87-4413
2.50-17 87-4402
3.50-18 87-4407
5.10-18 87-4410
2.75-19 87-4411
4.60-18 87-4409
5.10-17 87-4405
3.00-17 87-4403
4.60-17 87-4404
3.00-16 87-4401
2.75-21 87-4412
4.10-18 87-4408
3.00-18 87-4406
Rear Tire
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
3.50-18 87-4407
3.00-16 87-4401
2.75-21 87-4412
2.75-19 87-4411
4.10-18 87-4408
3.00-17 87-4403
4.60-17 87-4404
3.00-18 87-4406
4.60-18 87-4409
2.50-17 87-4402
5.10-17 87-4405
3.00-21 87-4413
5.10-18 87-4410
2.75-14 87-4400
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