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Shinko 705 Series Dual Sport Radial Rear Tire

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Shinko 705 Series Dual Sport Radial Rear Tire
 
 
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Details

  • 80% on-road and 20% off road radial dual sport tire
  • Tough 4 ply rated nylon carcass construction
  • Rubber compound resists tearing during off road use
  • Versatile tread pattern provides excellent wet and dry weather adhesion and smooth running on the highway
  • This motorcycle tire is tubeless
  • These dual sport motorcycle tires are H rated for speeds up to 130 mph
  • DOT approved

Note: Tire size 150/70R-18 is a jointless steel belted radial tire that is V rated for speeds up to 149 mph.

Available in the following motorcycle tire sizes: 150/70R-17, 170/60R-17, and 150/70R-18.

Specs

SKU
PARENT-369-874536
Brand
Shinko
Tire Position
Rear
Collection
705
Model Name for Gear
705
Weight
10
Tire Usage
Dual Sport
Bias/Radial
Radial
Sidewall
Blackwall

Item Numbers

Details Item Number Availability Store Pickup
Details:  170/60R-17 Item #369-874530 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  150/70R-17 Item #369-874536 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  150/70R-18 Item #369-874537 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
 

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Average Rating:
18 reviews
1-5 of 18 Reviews
It handles like a dirt tire
Mounted on a 2006 Triumph Tiger 955. Took me a while to get used to these tires. Fair amount of road noise, and got a buzz from the front tire at low speeds and under braking. Turn in was significantly slower on pavement than any other tire that I have had on this bike, and I found this to be particularly difficult to get used to. My first impression was not good and I wanted to replaced the, but after about 1000+ miles on the tires though, I was able to adjust my riding style and began to like the tires more and more. I would most certainly recommend them based on the overall performance, with the understanding the the turn in is slower and that it will feel like a knobby tire, not a street tire.
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Everyone Compliments The Tires
Love these tires they look great on my vstrom. They are very reliable taking me to work and back every day. I was going to change to a more street tire so they would last me longer but I don't care, these tires make my vstrom look more aggressive. Everyone compliments the tires and have recommended the quality and value. The only thing is I would like for these tires to last a little bit longer but a dual sport tire on the street is not going to last longer than a street tire... but I appreciate the low cost on these tires.
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Surprised at How Stable They Are
I've been using the Shinko 7052 on my V-strom 650, my wife's F650GS, and my road rims for my DR650. We have a combined mileage of over 100k miles on Shinko 705s. They offer a great all round mix of tractions, wear and performance for the price. I commute daily on my Vstrom, rain or shine. And the Shinko 705 gives me the confidence and stability I need on the highway and in high speed transitions whether it's dry or wet. They give great stopping traction and stability when I need it. We have also used these tires on gravel and rocky roads. They give ok traction there, not like a knobby tire, but good enough to get us where we're going with some measure of predictability. I recommend these tires anytime someone is looking for a dual sport tire that's more road biased. I can get about 15-20k miles out of a front and 10-12k miles out of a rear tire. Most of my riding is during dry days but I will occasionally have to commute in the rain. IF the rain is fresh and brining oils up out of the road, then I can tell the tire's grip is compromised a little. But if it's been raining a while and the road oils are gone, these tires grip incredibly well in water. I'm often surprised at how stable they are in rain.
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Hard to Beat
I started using the Shinko 705 tires because I ride to Big Bend National park twice a year and ride down some of the primitive, gravel roads in the park to get to the best hiking trails on my Triumph THRUXTON 900. The park is 600 miles of highway riding from Houston, Texas, so I need a tire that is competent on the road as well as giving me more stability off-road in the park. the Shinko performs well, giving good wet weather traction on the highway, and is more sure footed in the loose stuff. It's not a true, full on off-road tire, but it suits my needs with flying colors. On a particular trip back to Houston from Big Bend, we hit a heavy deluge of rain from San Antonio all the way into Houston, a distance of about 180 miles of non-stop rain. The Shinko never gave me a scary moment and was predictable during my maneuvers. I really like the aggressive look of the tread pattern and will continue to use these tires until something better comes along. But that will be a hard thing to find, as the Shinko is an extremely good value for the tire and it fills my needs. Kevin Slavens
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Great product regardless of cost
I am super impressed with these Shinko tires on my Triumph Tiger! I ride a lot and I ride hard and I have typically bought expensive tires to match my aggressive riding style. I decided to try the Shinko tire for both the economy of the tire and because I have heard good things about the manufacturer. I will be a Shinko tire user for a long time to come! I just installed a set of the Shinko 804 series and like them as well as the 705 series that I just replaced. I chose the 804 series because I ride off-road often and wanted a more aggressive tread for the dirt roads. A great product regardless of cost!!
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