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Duro HF261A Excursion 120/90-17 Front/Rear Tire

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Description

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Duro HF261A Excursion 120/90-17 Front/Rear Tire

• Designed for front or rear tire applications

• Long wearing compound and rain fighting groove tread design

• Tubeless, but will accept inner tubes for tube-type rims

• With tubes, the speed rating is reduced 15%

Product Specs

  • Aspect Ratio: 90
  • DOT Approved: Yes
  • Load Rating: 64
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 25-26117-120
  • Overall Diameter: 651mm/25.6″
  • Position: Front
  • Rim Diameter: 17
  • Sidewall: Blackwall
  • Sold in Units: Each
  • Speed Rating: H - Rated up to 130 MPH
  • Tire Construction: Bias Ply
  • Tire Size: 120/90-17
  • Tire Width: 120
  • Tread Depth: 6/32″
  • Tube or Tubeless: Tubeless

Fitment

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Honda Models

Shadow A.C.E. Deluxe VT750CD : 1998–2002
Shadow A.C.E. VT750C : 1998–2000
Shadow Aero 750 VT750C : 2004–2009
Shadow Aero ABS VT750ABS : 2012
Shadow Aero ABS VT750CSA : 2014
Shadow Aero ABSVT750CS : 2013
Shadow Aero VT750 : 2011–2012
Shadow Aero VT750c : 2013
Shadow Aero VT750C : 2010, 2014
Shadow Phantom Black Vt750C2BLA : 2010
Shadow Phantom VT750C2 : 2011
Shadow Phantom VT750C2B : 2012, 2014
Shadow Phantom VT750C3A : 2010
Shadow PhantomVT750C2B : 2013

Customer Reviews

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These tires have deep tread that is perfect for riding in rainy weather. They grip the road in tight turns even when wet. The Dunlop Tires I had on before seemed to slide out on these same turns in my opinion because of their shallow smooth tread. For the kind of riding I do ( all weather, all conditions ), the Duro seems to grip the road better and the price aint bad either.

Important Product Notes

It is the customer’s responsibility to refer to their owners manual for proper size, load and speed ratings for their specific motorcycle before choosing a tire. J&P Cycles® is not liable or responsible whatsoever for any claims for damages or injury subsequent to the fitting of tires.