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steven in TX
I have always run Dunlop 404's read the reviews on these and thought I would try them so far I have 400 miles on them they stick great handle curves perfect and wet roads are not a problem and the ride is so much smoother than the Dunlop I will buy another set when the time comes great tire and a super priceRead All Reviews
N in WA
I had the original Dunlop D401 rear tires and only managed to get 6200 miles out of the tires with 1/32nd of tread remaining in the center. I had terrible cupping on the RIGHT side of the tread that actually wore completely smooth. I was told that this was because the tire wasn't always properly inflated. I'm hoping to get about 12k miles out of these tires. The 200 series tires are just notorious for getting poor mileage. A new D401 200 series tire starts out with 8/32nd of tread. And these American Elite tires start out with only just a hair more of 9/32nd of tread. The main contributing factor is that this particular rear tire is "MULTI-TREAD." So it is suppose to have harder compound in the center for longer mileage and softer on the outside for grip around corners. I hope this is true and have high expectations for this tire. I will def buy this tire again because it's American made! BTW, always check the air pressure in this tire--especially for heavier cruisers. I run it at 42 psi COLD. I do this in order to maximize mileage and prevent premature failure.Read All Reviews
N in WA
My motorcycle had a bad wobble in the front wheel. This was with the stock D401 tire. I took it in to the dealer and asked them to true it up (spoked rim). Getting the wheel trued helped a little bit but still shook bad at 50+ mph. After buying a new front tire, all the wobble VIRTUALLY went away! It's now perfect with these tires! I love the WIDE lettering on the sidewalls. I actually took a grease pen and marked the "DUNLOP" on the side. Looks really cool when riding down the road--actually. I'm hoping to have more than 12k miles out of these tires before needing to replace them. I will def buy these again over the Michelin Commander IIs simply because these are American made tires.Read All Reviews
Mitch in Wisconsin
Bought these before a 2 week, 6,000 mile trip out west. Curvy roads and only limited interstate riding. Once scrubbed in they felt great, turned in quick and held nice lines. The last 1,000 miles I could definitely feel that they were squaring off. I know all tires do that but these seemed a bit ahead of schedule. With 6,000 miles on them I have about 40% tread depth to the wear bars left. I won't let them go that long as they are starting to loose their feeling. I also locked the rear brake at 2 different stop lights. I was going for an "8" stop and ended up pulling a "9.5" but I didn't think I was on the rear THAT hard. Made me loose a little faith. If you are looking for a lower mileage tire that feels good, they are a solid option for the price. However, I will probably be replacing them with something different.Read All Reviews