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Shinko 777 Heavy Duty White Wall Rear Tire

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Shinko 777 Heavy Duty White Wall Rear Tire
 
 
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Is this tire in stock?
DAVID GUZMAN - July 2, 2018
What size are you looking for David? Select a size from the dropdown menu and you will see in-stock status by tire size. - Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - July 3, 2018
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I have spoke wheels can I use a tube do you have one for this tire
Bob - June 4, 2018
Thank you for your inquiry Bob. Any tubeless can be used on a tube type wheel, just add a tube! The sidewall will usually have that same note. So go ahead and pick these up and get them mounted. They are a consumer favorite and one of our top selling tires. Thank you for your support. - Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - June 5, 2018
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What size should I get for both front and rear, for my 1985 Yamaha Virago xv1000?
Connor M - March 14, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Connor. Please check the sidewall of your existing tires to verify, but according to our records... Your 1986 Yamaha XV 1000 Virago takes a 100/90-19 front tire and a 140/90-15 rear tire. -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - March 27, 2019
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I know if a tire is 17” I need a 17” tire, but can the first two numbers be different? I just don’t understand tire language
Derrick126 - August 26, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Derrick. There is no such thing as a stupid question. Please watch this Motorcycle Tire 101 Video we created last year which covers this topic. https://youtu.be/CidSR5AM9Tg The first number is the width of the tire in millimeters. You can typically go up or down one size safely... but handling will be effected. See video for complete details. It is a good watch. -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - August 27, 2019
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My rear tire is a 180/70 R16 white wall. Do you have one of them?
Geri - May 8, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Geri. The closest to your needed tire size that we carry in this tire is the 180/65-16 Part Number 369-874600. This tire will fit just fine, but the difference will be that the sidewall will be 5 percent shorter than the 180/70 R16. You can get the full details in this Tire 101 video: https://youtu.be/CidSR5AM9Tg 70 means the sidewall height is 70% of the width of the tire which is 180mm. The 65 will be 65% of the same 180mm wide. -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - May 9, 2019
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want the matching front tire it looks like the rear tire is medium white wall and the front is wide white. I want both wide 150/80/16 & 130/90/16
Ron Bevan - April 28, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Ron. We have the Shinko 777 Heavy Duty White Wall in size 130/90-16 Part Number 369-874586 and in size 150/80-16 Part Number 369-874605 In stock and Ready to ship. -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - April 28, 2019
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Are they the wide white wall ?
greg - August 21, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Greg. Yes, these are Wide White Wall tires. -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - August 22, 2019
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What is the sizes you recommend for front an rear tires on an 01 fatboy in whitewall
Michael sanderson - May 17, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Michael. We recommend the same sizes as your owners manual / manufacturer recommendation. According to or records, your 2001 Fatboy takes a 130/90-16 Rear and a 120/70-21 Front. -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - May 20, 2019
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This tire are tubeless?
Alex - September 21, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Alex. Yes, this Shinko 777 is a tubeless tire. However, if your bike requires tubes, just add a tube an run it! -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - September 24, 2019
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I’m currently running a bridgestone 180/70-15 m/c whitewall tire, will this tire work in its place?
Don Wilson - July 15, 2019
Thank you for your inquiry Don. Yes, this Shinko 777 will work well as a replacement for your current tire. -- Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - July 16, 2019
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Details

  • Aramid belted 4- and 6-ply rated carcass construction with heavy duty reinforcement
  • Tire sizes 150/90-15, 170/80-15, MU85B-16, 150/80-16, and 160/70-17 are 4-ply rated
  • Tire sizes 180/70-15, 130/90-16, 180/65-16, 140/70-18, 150/70-18, and 180/55-18 are 6-ply rated
  • Reinforced carcass with more stability and longer life
  • Heavier belting 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

 

Available in the following motorcycle tire sizes: 150/90-15, 170/80-15, 180/70-15, 130/90-16, MU85B-16, 150/80-16, 180/65-16, 160/70-17, 140/70-18, 150/70-18, and 180/55-18.

Specs

SKU
PARENT-369-874591
Tire Position
Rear
Collection
777
Model Name for Gear
777
Brand
Shinko
Weight
10

Item Numbers

Details Item Number Availability Store Pickup
Details:  140/70-18 Item #369-87-4611 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  150/70-18 Item #369-87-4613 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  180/70-15 Item #369-87-4615 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  MU85B-16 Item #369-874569 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  150/90-15 Item #369-874591 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  170/80-15 Item #369-874593 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  130/90-16 Item #369-874595 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  150/80-16 Item #369-874598 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  180/65-16 Item #369-874600 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  160/70-17 Item #369-874602 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  180/55-18 Item #369-874609 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
 

Reviews

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Heavy Duty For Sure
The Shinko 777 HD has been a very good tire for me. As a more budget friendly choice when compared to similar tires from Dunlop. I am very pleased with the handling, looks, and wear characteristics of the tire. Having also previously run the Shinko 777 (non HD) model, I can clearly recognize the improved wear characteristics. I had about 9k on the plain 777 and it was worn out, but have nearly 4k on the 777HD and it measures 7/32 still, which is 70%. Based on that, I expect to see 12k out of this tire. When it comes to handling, straight line acceleration and braking are excellent. The stiff walls and dense center tire rubber translate the force to the pavement. In cornering, usually on somewhat meandering country roads, the softer compound and tread design nearer the tire edges really hold your line in either wet or dry conditions. Now I do run higher pressure at 38psi because I am running a heavy bike, 1800cc full dresser, and am a large guy weighing over 250 lbs. I have found this to greatly help in the nimble feeling you want in a tire.
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Burnouts Backroads and Still Have Tread
I love the white wall look of this tire, I ride a hard tail bobber and it has held up really well. They corner nice on the back roads and smooth on the highway they did really well on a longer ride I went on and even with the pot hole back roads they held up great. I did about 80 miles in the rain they did really good, I was impressed. I even took them down a dirt road for a few miles and if I stayed off the throttle they did fine. I will buy this tire again as the value of this tire is great they hold up well. I have 2000 miles on the rear tire with burn outs and back roads still have a little tread left.
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Cheap Price Low Miles
I have a 2012 Vulcan Vaquero. It had the stock tires and they were good for my style of riding. I needed new tires and wanted white walls to change the look of the bike. I bought the Shinko tires because they were the cheapest for both tires. They looked good, but did not last as long as the stock tires. I live in SoCal, so not too much rain or wet driving. My wife likes to go on the weekend, so I do some two-up riding. These tires performed OK, were cheap, but they just did not last very long.
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not a great tire
Tire is OK doesnt stick in corners tracks every thing in road only tire available in white wall at time.
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Will buy them again
I like the 777s. Rode them on a 2400 mile trip from PA to FL and back on my 2009 VTX 1300R. Handled confidently on twisties in the Smoky Mountains and in downpours on the Interstate traveling at 60 MPH. Great tire for the money.
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