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Shinko 777 Heavy Duty White Wall Front Tire

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Shinko 777 Heavy Duty White Wall Front Tire
 
 
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Do you sell in pairs?
Marty - December 16, 2018
Thank you for your inquiry Marty. Yes, we do sell our tires in pairs if you like. Actually, you can add as many to your cart as you like! We do not offer further discounts for multiple tire purchases as our prices are already rock bottom. - Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - December 17, 2018
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Could you please let me know the width of the white wall on a Front 130-70B-18 65H
Keith Koecher - March 14, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Keith. The width of a 130-70B-18 Shinko 777 Heavy Duty White Wall Front Tire is 130mm. -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - March 21, 2019
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What size tire is this?
Anna Garza - August 31, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Anna. In the future, you can see all tire sizes in either the dropdown menu or the fitment tab. This specific tire is available in the following Front Tire sizes: 130/70-18, 130/90-16, 100/90-19, 150/80-16, 130/60-19 -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - September 4, 2019
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Will these (130/90-16 size) fit a '95 Harley Road King?
Mike - August 28, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Mike. According to our records, the 1995 Harley-Davidson Road King - FLHR has a Front Tire Size of 130/90H-16 and a Rear Tire Size of 130/90H-16. -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - August 29, 2019
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Is this a tube type tire and do you sell tubes to fit 2002 Suzuki VL 800
robert weeks - September 26, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Robert. This Shinko 777 tire is Tubeless but if you have a Tube Type bike you can add a tube to any tubeless tire and run it. Yes, we have many tube options for your VL800. -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - September 27, 2019
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Is this a bias or radial tire?
Zach - July 16, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Zach. Thsese Shinko 777 Heavy Duty tires are Bias tires which use Aramid (read Kevlar) belts and the number of ply / belts change based upon tire size. The following tire sizes use 4-ply rated aramid belts: 100/90-19, 130/60-19, 130/90-16, and 150/80-16 and the following tire sizes use 6-ply rated aramid belts 130/70-18. These Aramid belted 4- and 6-ply rated carcass construction with heavy duty reinforcement were made to last and give the driver more control. -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - July 17, 2019
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Details

The Shinko 777 Heavy Duty Whitewall Motorcycle Tire is a heavy-duty reinforced tubeless tire for long-lasting durability and increased stability. When you want to cruise, this Shinko motorcycle tire is for you. Designed with touring in mind, the tire's heavier belting means it can withstand larger loads and higher mileage, so feel free to take it all with you, no matter where you go. Take your motorcycle on the ride of your life, this Shinko tire has an H rating, making it safe for cruising speeds of up to 130 mph.

 

  • 4-ply rated aramid belt for tire sizes 100/90-19, 130/60-19, 130/90-16, and 150/80-16
  • 6-ply rated aramid belt for tire size 130/70-18
  • Fits most metric cruiser and V-Twin models, refer to your vehicles specific size requirements
  • Aramid belted 4- and 6-ply rated carcass construction with heavy duty reinforcement
  • Reinforced build made to last and give the driver more control
  • Heavier belting to withstand larger loads and provides ample load capacity for touring
  • Designed for touring with high mileage and load capacity
  • Specifically designed for cruiser machines
  • Fits many V-Twin and metric cruiser models
  • This motorcycle tire is tubeless
  • These cruiser motorcycle tires are H rated for speeds up to 130 mph
  • White wall exterior

 

Available in the following motorcycle tire sizes: 130/90-16, 150/80-16, 130/70-18, 100/90-19, and 130/60-19

Specs

SKU
PARENT-369-874586
Tire Position
Front
Collection
777
Model Name for Gear
777
Brand
Shinko
Weight
10

Item Numbers

Details Item Number Availability Store Pickup
Details:  130/70-18 Item #369-87-4617 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  130/90-16 Item #369-874586 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  100/90-19 Item #369-874588 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  150/80-16 Item #369-874605 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  130/60-19 Item #369-874607 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
 

Reviews

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Very Satisfied
I've been through 2 front and 2 rear Shinko 777 on my Yamaha Roadstar 1700. The ones I have now are the "heavy wall". They do wear a little faster but for the price I'm very satisfied. Tread pattern does not follow the grooves in the road and seem to ride / handle much better than the Dunlop cruisemax. Don't ride in rain much but have been caught in it a few times. Again seemed to handle very predictable. Since I've had the bike I wear out the rear quicker, so usually would just have 1 new at a time, but this last year replaced both at the same time and the bike rides better than ever.
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Love Me Some WWW Tires
I tend to go through tires that should last a lot longer than expected as I ride mostly on flat plane roads out here in Dallas Texas on my Honda Shadow 1100 Aero. The center of the tire tread tends to dissipate a lot quicker as I'm not able to use all of the tread evenly. These wide white wall tires have been the exception. They have out performed all previous types and brands of tires I've purchased through the years of riding. I'm extremely happy that I have purchased them and knowing I will purchase them again when I need to replace my tires.
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All My Bikes Will Have Shinko
I switched to Shinko because they handled as well as the Bridgestone's and cost considerably less. They have proven to be a very good tire at a bargain price. I own five motorcycles and they will all eventually have Shinko tires. I have tried just about every brand over the years and Shinko is the best value.
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More Mileage Less Money
I purchased this front tire at the advice of my mechanic. Bang-for-buck, it has been a good, solid choice for my Vulcan 1700 Classic. My only complaint was scalloping which may have been a pressure related issue and seems to have stopped once the inflation was increased to 40 psi. I have only put on about 10k miles so far and it appears to have less than 50% wear so I would anticipate at least another 15k. This tire has performed well and was very cost efficient. I would definitely recommend it to others and plan to repeat this purchase when it is needed. Overall I am very satisfied with this tire.
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Heavy Duty Harley Tire
I purchased the Shinko 777 tires based on availability since I needed a tire fast and figured I could replace it later if it did not meet my needs. Well I'm glad I did! I've ridden on other Shinko's and they felt too mushy and unresponsive but these new Heavy Duty tires blow them out of the water. They feel stickier but I've got a thousand miles on my front tire and barely have any wear at all so far. Dry, wet and slushy conditions have all handled well and I feel more confident in my very aggressive riding style on a Harley Dyna Super Glide, much more confident than I ever did on the Dunlop's I previously ran. I'll be buying a set when the time comes and already purchased a set for my fiancée's Sportster 48!
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