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Shinko Dual Sport 705 Series Front Tire
Shinko Dual Sport 705 Series Front Tire

$50.99 - $84.99
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41 Reviews
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Verified Purchaser
Holds up

Just rode these tires 1200+ miles down the Blue Ridge Parkway, across North Carolina, and up the Outer Banks back to Maryland. Curves, highway, and a little bit of dirt and sand and these tires were on point the whole time. Sticky in the curves, smooth and quiet on the highway, and the wear for 1200+ miles wasn't excessive or strangely patterned. Can't comment on handling in the wet because we got lucky with the weather, but excellent tire for the price and one of the few that fits the XL1200CX. I would definitely buy again. *Can't rate installation since I had a shop mount and balance.

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Santa Barbara
Durability4/5Ease of Installation4/5Performance4/5Style4/5
Great on the BMW GS

My experience with the Shinko 705's has been very positive.
Very reliable and predictable in the wet/rain. Good traction in most off-road situations.
Best of all, due to the lower cost for the tires, I don't hesitate to swap out tires and not squeeze out the last few miles. As a result, I can run on fresh tires more often.

Ft Lauderdale Fl
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance4/5Style4/5

So this picture is when I had about 4500 miles on it. My trip was from Ft lauderdale Fl to Medford Oregon. I replace the back tire in Logan Utah, @ 4800 miles. I could have made it but didn't want to change it.

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central vermont
Durability5/5Ease of Installation4/5Performance5/5Style5/5
Great tire-great price

I've run these tires through probably 4 sets...
I think they perform as good as any dual sport tire of same purpose...
I ride hard and problem
No problems in rain,instills confidence...
I can only get 4,000 miles out of rear but I'm not easy on the throttle...
Easy 5,000 or 6,000 out of front...

Verified Purchaser
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Style5/5
Great mostly street tires

Ive put about 500 miles on them and they seem great. I have zero buyers remorse. The price was an incredible value.

Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Style5/5
Stickier than Gorilla Glue

I got these installed a while back on my 2000 WR400f. I have put 100 miles on them now and I can't believe these tires came at such a great price. Not once have I felt like I will lose any traction on the street, and I lean it pretty hard sometimes. I cannot say much about off-road performance as I have only taken it through light grassy terrain, but from what I can tell, they stick pretty well on dirt as well. I am overall very impressed with the quality of these tires, and definitely can recommend them to anyone needing DOT tires.

Verified Purchaser

I ordered the tires and paid for them
They sent me the tires.
When they arrived, they were round and black and made of a rubber compound.
After I installed them, they hold air and support the motorcycle as expected.
Thank you for conducting a normal transaction.

Verified Purchaser
Southern california
Great price. Fast delivery

Found this site searching for dual sport tires. Delivery was fast and I love the way these perform on the street. Yet to try on dirt, but so far so good! Will definitely visit again for future moto needs :)

Verified Purchaser
Durability4/5Ease of Installation4/5Performance4/5Style5/5
Great value fast shipping

I was looking to replace my conti tkc 80s as they came stock on my Ktm, little over three thousand miles and the rear tire was shot, most of my riding is probably 85% on road was shopping around and found these, was exactly what I was looking for a more street oriented tire that wasn’t gonna break the bank and looked good also, just got me installed on the bike and they look great and ride a lot smoother than the tkc 80s, they handle and take turns a lot better, I feel a lot more comfortable with this set than the first set that came stock, I’ve only put a couple miles on em as it’s winter and I hate riding in the cold, so I’ll update my review once the weather gets nicer and start putting some miles on these tires can’t wait!

Tucson, Az
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Style5/5
Better than expected

Although I only have a little over 100 miles on these tires, I love them. Great street performance, dirt performance is very good. The only sacrifice is in the mud, you can get through it, but it is slippery. I will buy these tires again.

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43 Questions
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Not Yet:   4
Q: Can a dirtbike holding 21 rim size on the front tire and 18 rim size on the back tire fit 17s on BOTH front and rear ???? thanks!
12 days ago
Top 1
12 days ago
A: A 17" tire will not fit on either of those rims. You would need to re-lace 17" rims on the hubs. Then the tires would fit.
Q: Looking for a good tire that will mostly run on the street on my 2017 ktm 1090r. would these be a good fit
15 days ago
Q: My current tire is a 140/70, will the 140/80 work? 2018 Suzuki drz400sm.
1 month 4 days ago
Trevor Gearhead
Top 10
1 month 4 days ago
A: The rim will accommodate the extra width, no problem. Might have to remove the rear brake caliper to get it on as it may be snug but it will fit and plenty of folks run them.
Q: Looking at the 110/80-19TL versus the 110/80-19TL-Bias. Bias shows that it is tubeless, but I think that I would like a tube in it. Should I order the straight TL and what tube should I order? Same question for the Rear - 140/80-17. Thanks
2 months 3 days ago
Top 1
2 months 3 days ago
A: Both tires show that they are tubeless (TL). You can run a tube in those tires, however you will need to know if your bike requires a radial or bias ply tire.
Q: Does this fit a crf150rb
2 months 9 days ago
Top 25
2 months 9 days ago
A: These tires are not made in the correct size for the CRF150RB.
Q: What is the widest tire I can fit on a 110/90-19 rim 06crf450r 
3 months 28 days ago
Top 10
3 months 28 days ago
A: I would not go wider than a 120, for that bike.
Q: I have a 1985 suzuki gs450 with a 90/90-19 front rim and a 110/90-17 rear rim what would fit?
4 months 10 days ago
Top 10
4 months 10 days ago
A: Unfortunately that tire is not offered in your sizes.
Q: I have a ktm 450 SX-F 2018 ft 80 /100-21 rear 110/90-19 what’s my best fit 
4 months 22 days ago
Top 10
4 months 22 days ago
A: The Shinko Dual Sport 705 Tire Combo is not available to fit your 19" rear rim.
The best performance motocross bikes use 21" front and 19" rear rims. I regret that none of our suppliers or manufacturers make any street-legal, dual-sport tires to fit your 19" rear rim.
Most trail-bikes, dual-sport, and adventure bikes come with either 17", 19", or 21" front rims, and with 17", or 18" rear rims.
If you need street-legal, dual-sport tires to fit your KTM 450SXF, we can only suggest that you replace your rear wheel with an 18".
Q: I have a yz250fx I am trying to get street tires for. I don't even know where to start with all these numbers.. I just want some tires and this is so confusing 
Over 7 months ago
Q: I need radial tires for my 2016 Roadster, the front size you have is 120/70/R19 the rear is 150/70/TL18 are the TL's radial??
Over 7 months ago
Top 10
Over 7 months ago
A: To help us to find the correct tires, we will need to know the manufacturer of your 2016 Roadster.
The 150/70-18 are radial (150/70R-18)
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
110/80-19TL Bias 87-4527
110/80-19TL 87-4535
90/90-21TL 87-4528
120/70R19 87-4524
120/70R17 87-4529
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