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Aspect Ratio: 80
DOT Approved: Yes
Load Rating: 72 - Maximum Capacity 783 lbs
Manufacturer Part Number: 87-4561
Rim Diameter: 17
Sold in Units: Each
Speed Rating: H - Rated up to 130 MPH
Tire Construction: Bias Ply
Tire Width: 140/MU
Tube or Tubeless: Tubeless
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Put this on my 2004 Honda VTX 1300S. Tire rides smooth and tracks well. The only thing left to see is how many miles I get out of it. If it returns decent miles, I'll definitely get these again.
Haven't had a chance to put many miles on this tire yet, but so far the look and feel are excellent. For the price, I can't see how you can beat it. Will post back after a few hundred miles.
This being my third set of tires on my 2005 VTX 1300S, I decided to shake things up a bit and try the Shinko. Previously I always went with Dunlop, and I never felt like I was on a road-gripping tire. The Shinkos, however, feel as if you are hugging the road and curves are smooth and effortless. Best set of tires I ever got. Don't forget to get new inner tubes as the spoked wheels can't go tubeless. J&P should have this information under related products or something as a lot of people get the tires and when they go to change them, realize they didn't get new inner tubes. They run about $12 bucks each so don't just use the old inner tubes. You'll end up being sorry for it later as your tires fail to maintain proper pressure.
So far so good. They handle really good and grip corners really well.
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