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Shinko Dual Sport 705 Series Rear Tire
Shinko Dual Sport 705 Series Rear Tire

$90.99 - $109.99
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Item #SHT000Y

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10 Reviews
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CO
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great tire for great price

Changed out the stock tires off a Suzuki V-Strom 650 that I recently purchased which were almost 9 years old. These new tires feel great, confidence inspiring around corners and dirt roads. Have only clocked in 400 miles or so on the new tires but they feel good so far.

Verified Purchaser
Bucks County, PA, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great tire great grip

I put these on before a 1000 mile trip on my KLR650. I ride mostly county paved with chopped up paved/dirt backroads between them. Great grip and traction with little wear. Higher speed roads showed little vibration from the tread pattern. Overall excellent value and performance.

Verified Purchaser
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Style 5/5
Returning customer

Excellent tire for my Adventure Touring V-Strom. Used them before and I will use them again in the future. Front tire lasted me 20 k miles. Rear tire lasted 10k miles for long trips with extra loads (2x22L side cases and one 45L top case).

Verified Purchaser
Colorado
Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great bang for the buck

I am impressed with the off-road ability considering the price point, on road road felt solid .
Took very little weight to balance, I'll buy these again.

Shinko Dual Sport 705 Series Rear Tire
Shinko Dual Sport 705 Series Rear Tire
Return

Returned wrong size
The proseses went great

Nevada, USA
Durability 5/5 Performance 4/5
Good tire

I have been riding these tires for 9000 miles so here is my evaluation.
I consider their durability as very good due to my harsh kind of riding.
Braking performance is very good although my VStrom comes with ABS.
Cornering is good. As good as my previous OEM Bridgestones.
My only complaint would be with high speed performance where the bike becomes unstable.
If you ride below triple digits these tires are very good.
I have used them a little bit for off-roading on smooth forest roads where they were capable enough without lowering air pressure.
Overall a good durable tire.

Verified Purchaser
MA
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 4/5 Style 5/5
Great price and they look sweet

Good tires for the money. They have great traction on the street. Haven't rode much on the dirt yet and don't really plan on it.

MotoSport Staff Expert
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Sweet

Awesome tire. looks good and rides even better

MotoSport Staff Expert
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great Tire!!!

Love this tire! Its great on and off the road also dose well in the rain as well. I will be buying this tire again in the future

Verified Purchaser
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Rawr!

I love this tire! It feels good on and off road, provides great traction, and looks great.

Shinko Dual Sport 705 Series Rear Tire
16 Questions
Answered:   15
Not Yet:   1
Jtoper
Q: Bias vs. Radial
1 month 8 days ago
Looking through the sizes I see some are marked "bias". Am I correct that all other without the designation are radial construction?
Alex
Top 10 Contributor
1 month 8 days ago
A: Correct, with this combo, anything not marked "bias" is a radial dual sport tire.
checkers112
Q: I have a 1991 yamaha fzr600
1 month 10 days ago
i know a lot of people put a 120/60/17 tire on and i see you offer a 120/70/17 tire. do you know it that tire will fit and not hit the fender? also is that a TL or TT tire?
Michael
Top 25
1 month 10 days ago
A: It will fit with no issues, and the tire can be used as a tt or tl, depending on what type of wheel you are running.
Braydenblue12
Q: I have a 2006 YZ250f what tire size will fit?
3 months ago
David
Top 10 Contributor
3 months ago
A: These will not fit your bike. We don't have fitment for a 19" rear rim.
Drew
Q: '80 Suzuki GS 550 L tire size
Over 5 months ago
What size tires do I need for stock? Looking for dual sports. Thanks
Gearhead
Top 100 Contributor
Over 5 months ago
A: The stock sizing on your GS
Rear- 3.75-18
Front - 3.25-19
Tbuc50
Q: I bought the 705 140/80/17
Over 6 months ago
I actually bought two same size for front and rear is this recommended? Or should I go with a smaller size for the front? Also what tube size goes with the 705 140/80/17?
Isaac
Top 10
Over 6 months ago
A: Your model a 1997 BMW K1100LT specs a 110/80 -18 on the front and that would be the size we suggest you use. The Shinko 705 is offered in 120/80-18 or the 4.10-18 which would be 104 mm wide. Unfortunately it is not offered in a 110, you can check your tire clearance to see if you could fit the 120 size. The closest tube we have to fit a 140/80/17 would be a Biker's Choice heavy-duty tube in a 130/80-17.
Ordaz
Q: Tire Fitment for 2009 Kawasaki KLX250s?
Over 6 months ago
What would be the closest match for the stock rims?
Motoexpert
Top 10 Contributor
Over 6 months ago
A: The closest equivalent to your oem tire sizes in this particular selection would be 90/90-21 for the front and 4.10tt-18 in the rear. How ever for clearance and fitment issues we will not accept a return on these items so be sure to investigate fitment before purchasing.
Papi
Q: I have a 2008 Buell Blast w/stock rims. I want set of tires I can use on country roads. What do you suggest. Thanks
1 year 4 months ago
Jason
Q: What does 'bias' mean?
1 year 5 months ago
I'm trying to find duel sport tires to fit my '80 cb750c after taking off the front and rear fender. Manual calls for 110/90-10 front and 130/80-16 rear. What are my sizing options as far as wiggle room?
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 5 months ago
A: Bias ply would be the construction of the tire. Motorcycle tires are typically bias-ply or radial, which refers to how the tire is constructed. Radial tires have reinforcing belts (which are almost always steel) running from bead to bead across the tread of the tire. Bias-ply tires have belts which are typically cords made of fiber, such as polyester, aramid, or fiberglass, that run from bead to bead at an angle of 30 to 40 degrees or so.
For a full history and details on Bias-ply vs Radial follow the google link:

https://www.google.com/?client=safari&channel=mac_bm#channel=mac_bm&q=bias+ply+
Charlie
Q: What size for the front and rear tires would i need for a 2003 yz250f. Im pretty sure its a 80/100-21 for the front but im not sure what to select.
2 years 4 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 4 months ago
A: OEM Stock Sizes for a 2003 Yamaha YZ250F
Front Tire: 80/100-21 Rear Tire: 100/90-19
ANDREW
Q: WHAT DOES THE TT STAND FOR IN THE TIRE SIZE
2 years 6 months ago
I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO KNOW WHAT THE DIFFERECE BE IN A 130/70/18 AND A 120/80/18 AS FAR AS LOOKS .I HAVE A 91 YAMAHA XJ600 IT HAD A 130/70/18 IN THE REAR AND A 110/80/17 IN FRONT .ID LIKE A SLIGHTLY LARGER TIRE IN THE REAR AND A ALMOST EQUAL SIZE IN THE FRONT
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 6 months ago
A: TT means it is a tube type tire and TL is a tubeless tire.
130/70-18
The 130 designates the tire's width in millimeters, measured in a straight line through the tire from one edge of the tire's tread to the other. The second number, 70, is a bit trickier to understand. This represents the aspect ratio between the tire's width and its height, or how tall a tire is in relationship to its width. Simply put, the higher this number is, the taller the tire will be. In this case, the tire is 70 percent as tall as its width.
The last number, 17, is the tire's rim diameter expressed in inches.
*For clearance and safety reasons we recommend the stock size the bike was designed for.
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
150/70-17TL 87-4536
150/70-18TL 87-4537
170/60-17TL 87-4530
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