Shinko MX216 Series Tire

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Shinko MX216 Series Tire
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    Shinko MX216 Series Tire

    Our Price: $48.95$65.95

    MSRP: $69.95 - $98.95 - You save up to $33.00 (33% off)

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    Details

    • Extreme Offroad/Enduro/Desert tire
    • "Taller-Fuller" profile navigates through rocks, trees and square edge terrain with ease
    • Split tread pattern cleans out wheel and offers precise point and go control
    • FIM Approved
    • Perfect pairing with the Shinko 505 Cheater tire
    • Proven for years in Europe's Erzberg, Romaniacs, and other extreme Enduro events.
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    Shinko MX216 Series Tire Reviews

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    4.5 / 5.0
    71 Reviews
    5 Stars
    4 Stars
    3 Stars
    2 Stars
    1 Star
    51
    11
    5
    1
    3
    Value
    4.7 / 5
    Tread life
    4.2 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    4.7 / 5
    Handling
    4.5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes (67)
    No (3)
    Value
    4 / 5
    Tread life
    4 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    4 / 5
    Handling
    4 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Good tire, great price
    Tracks well, good grab. Time will tell on longevity.
    March 15, 2019
    Lynden, WA, US
    Age: 25-44
    Purchased
    2 weeks ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    161 - 190 lbs.
    Height:
    5'10 - 6'0
    Value
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    renowned
    Great tire that does well in nearly all conditions. cheap alternative to the GT.
    March 7, 2019
    Pleasant Hill, CA, US
    Age: 25-44
    Purchased
    10 months ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    191 - 220 lbs.
    Height:
    6'1 - 6'3
    Value
    2 / 5
    Tread life
    1 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    1 / 5
    Handling
    1 / 5
    Recommend it?
    No
    Run!!!
    This tire is highly unpredictable and though it may have the same tread pattern as the Goldentyre it is NOT the same tire. The side knobs tear off at random and when they do the front end will wash out. This is highly unpredictable, and caused a couple of crashes.
    March 4, 2019
    Oregon City, OR, US
    Value
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    2 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    4 / 5
    Handling
    4 / 5
    Recommend it?
    No
    Get what you pay for
    Good tire but does not last long, side knobs chunk off pretty quick. The goldentyre one last much longer.
    February 5, 2019
    Yc, CA, US
    Purchased
    1 month ago
    Value
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    The traction surpasses my skill level
    This is a first impression on the rear tire after one ride in the Tillamook Oregon Brown's camp area.
    It was raining and very wet the day I went riding. The ground was loose in some areas, other areas it was pretty muddy, other areas was rocky with clay. In all those areas, the tire hooked up very well. Much better than I expected. The tire was very predictable once I got use to how much traction I was getting. In the perfect single track soil conditions, it hooked up so well, I'd go up into an unexpected wheelie if I gave it too much throttle on accident. I crashed a couple times because of that.
    On hill climbs (mind you I don't have a rekluse) again I was able to get so much traction I'd fly up long 60-70 degree hill climbs. At a couple points, the ground would level off resulting in me being about 4-5 feet off the ground. I was able to stop mid climb on some of these hills and start from a dead stop. The tire would spin a little, then grab and I'd make it back up the hill.
    I rode in "The Trench" hill climb, although I didn't make it up it the tire was still getting traction. The tire was also clean in comparison to my buddies Dunlop.
    I can't say much about braking because my rear brake isn't working properly at the moment.
    I run about 7-8psi. Wear after one ride seems pretty alright. There's slight rounding of the accelerator side of the knobs, probably from riding on gravel and rocks.

    Overall, very awesome tire. Looks just like the Golden Tyre GT216. When I get my rear brake figure out, and more hours on it I'll give an update.

    -m-2009 KTM 200 XC--
    Very slight rounding on the right side of the knob
    Same/ similar pattern to the gt216
    February 2, 2019
    Canby, OR, US
    Age: 25-44
    Purchased
    1 month ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    131 - 160 lbs.
    Value
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Great tire
    Great tire at a great price. I used this in the desert with loose conditions and on hard pack as well, Very good corner grip. ktm 350
    January 21, 2019
    woodland hills, CA, US
    Purchased
    2 months ago
    Value
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    I run the Shinko 216 fatty with the Shinko 505 rear with tubeless set up and works out great together. I run 5psi rear and 10 in the front.
    My Shinko fatty 216 next to my Shinko 505 120/19. Love the tire set up.
    My Shinko fatty 216 next to my Shinko 505 120/19. Love the tire set up.
    January 17, 2019
    West liberty , KY, US
    Age: 25-44
    Purchased
    2 months ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    191 - 220 lbs.
    Height:
    5'7 - 5'9
    Value
    3 / 5
    Tread life
    3 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    4 / 5
    Handling
    4 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    ITS BIG
    should be a great woods tire. very happy with my choose of tire.

    -m-2015 YAMAHA YZ250FX--
    January 14, 2019
    Devils lake, ND, US
    Age: 25-44
    Purchased
    2 months ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    251 - 280 lbs.
    Height:
    6'1 - 6'3
    Value
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    SHINKO MX216 FATTY
    I bought this tire 1 mouth a go. The fatty is on my vintage 1978 husky hybrid with a blaster motor. just got back riding over 40 years. Do slow speed technical riding works the best over roots, rocks, slick red clay out in Hawaii, Kahuku Motocross track Park. self cleaning pine needle and mud wont stick to the tire not like my friends tire. Grips very good no complains.Save me couple of times from washing out the front on slick red dirt clay road . I run 4 PSI with Tubless. When riding on gravel road the fatty pick up rocks hits the frame nicks powder coating LOL. Other than that WINNAS!!!!

    -m-1978--
    January 10, 2019
    kaneohe, HI, US
    Age: 45-64
    Purchased
    4 months ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    161 - 190 lbs.
    Height:
    5'10 - 6'0
    Value
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Shinko fatty
    I love this tire for the desert. Eats up the trail trash. Best tire for the money hands down.

    -m-2017 HUSQVARNA FX 450--
    January 1, 2019
    Ridgecrest, CA, US
    Age: 25-44
    Purchased
    3 months ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    161 - 190 lbs.
    Height:
    5'10 - 6'0
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    Do these still run on the marrow side? Since Shinko aquired golden tyre I didnt know if they use there molds or there own still.
    Mike B on Nov 7, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: The 100/90 x 21 is a big tire. Width is like an M59 but about 20mm taller. I have it on a Yamaha 450FX and it is working very good. I do not have a lot of time on it for a full review but on that bike I think it is the best I have found. It definitely brakes better than an M59 and has very good cushion on the rocks. I read elsewhere the 100/80 id definitely narrower. Shinco has a 90/90 x 21 that is wider and standard height.
    Do you run the 90/100-21 Fatty with or without a tube? I am running a 2004 DRZ400S. Riding mostly off-road, rocks, mud, gravel along with an occasional paved road.
    Curt R on Nov 28, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Curt, you can run it with either. If your riding rocks and want to use a tube, I'd say go with a HD or Ultra HD tube made with real rubber. Personally, I've been using Tubliss for 2 years. It's a very good system if properly installed. Viturally, tubes, Tubliss, Mousse systems all have limitations and benefits. Also, as mentioned in one of the questions, the Fatty does have a tendency to tear side knobs due to the extreme angle on the tire. The Chubby which is slightly smaller has reinforced side knobs which seems to addressed the tearing problem.
    What pressure do you run with Tubliss for the front tire?
    Dicky B on Aug 9, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: I run 10psi front a 8psi rear with tubliss.
    Which size tire would be best for a KTM 350? I’ve read that the 80 is skinny and taller.
    Ken F on Mar 7, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: If u ride in rocks get the 90/100. If you ride in loose or sandy soul get the 80/100. The Shinko will not hold up to low pressure. We run mousse tubes and we ripped the knobs off in less than 10 hrs. The Golden tire 90/100 Fatty is worth the extra money if you run low pressure or Mousse Tubes, we have over 50 hrs on the Golden tire. The Shinko tire is a cheap copy of the Golden Tire. Just my two cents.
    Is the 140 enduro rear a "gummy" tire?
    A shopper on May 12, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: This is not going to be a "gummy" tire, however this tire will have a soft terrain style feel and is very good for enduro applications.
    Is it DOT compliant?
    A shopper on Dec 3, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes it is. Just put mine on about a month ago.
    i hear this tire is available in a DOT approved version. is it available through RMATV?
    Daniel S on Oct 19, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: If you get The Shinko MX216 it will be a DOT approved tire. If you look at the product description below the picture it will tell you the details on the product.
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