Shinko 712 Front Motorcycle Tire

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Shinko 712 Front Motorcycle Tire
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    Shinko 712 Front Motorcycle Tire

    Our Price: $41.99$55.88

    MSRP: $56.95 - $71.95 - You save up to $16.07 (22% off)

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      The 712 Front motorcycle tire was designed for mileage and performance without the high price tag. A staggered, positive ration tread pattern ignores highway rain and provides excellent wet weather adhesion.
    • Designed for mileage and performance.
    • Staggered tread pattern provides excellent wet weather performance.
    • H rated (130 MPH) tubeless 4 ply nylon carcass design.
    • Lateral grooves increase inline stability.
    • Bias ply tire.
    • DOT Compliant.
    WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

    Shinko 712 Front Motorcycle Tire Reviews

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    4.7 / 5.0
    3 Reviews
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    5.0 / 5
    Tread life
    5.0 / 5
    Wet Traction
    4.0 / 5
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    Recommend it?
    Yes (1)
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    5 / 5
    Wet Traction
    4 / 5
    5 / 5
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Shinko Front tire
    Used this on my Honda Shadow 1100. Handles great and getting great wear. Not much driving on wet so only gave a 4 because i don't know but i think it would be good.

    -m-1988 HONDA Shadow 1100 VT1100C--
    February 2, 2017
    Jim Thorpe, PA, US
    Age: 45-64
    over 4 years ago
    221 - 250 lbs.
    5'7 - 5'9
    1982 SPORTSTER (Garage Queen)
    I won't put more than 500 miles a year on these tires. They will dry rot before I will wear them out. (I really need to sell this bike....) With soft rubber they grip like glue. Softer rubber gives this bike a smoother ride. If you can change your tired to save the fixed labor cost and realize you get lower tread life then this is a good tire at a bargain price. Remember these are not a high performance tire and the faster you ride the lower the tread mileage.
    July 11, 2016
    good tire for the price
    i put this tire on my xr 100 and it is realy a good tire hooks up good and it wears even will buy again
    February 23, 2011
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    Can this be used with a tube, on my 2003, 250 Yamaha Virago?
    A shopper on Feb 2, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I use them with tubes. In reality, any tire can be used with a tube. If your wheel is not a "mag" type wheel (mag wheels are generally tubeless type) then it has traditional spokes and you must protect the tube from being damaged by the spoke ends protruding through the wheel with a wheel rubber band or duct tape around the inside diameter of the rim. This prevents the spoke nut ends from chafing the tube.
    I would not hesitate to use this tire with a tube on my spoke or mag-type wheel. Some mags Tubeless wheel) develop a leak through a porous casting defect and must be remedied with a tube installation.
    I believe the tire is quite a value, especially considering its cost.
    Jim in Houston
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