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

Manufacturer Part Number 25-26117-120

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

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 Range: 64 - Maximum Capacity 617 lbs

Manufacturer Part Number: 25-26117-120

Model: HF261A Excursion

Overall Diameter: 651mm/25.6″

Position: Front

Rim Diameter: 17

Sidewall: Blackwall

Sold in Units: Each

Speed Rating: H - Rated up to 130 MPH

Style: HF261A Excursion

Tire Construction: Bias Ply

Tire Size: 120/90-17

Tire Width: 120

Tread Depth: 6/32″

Tube or Tubeless: Tubeless

Warehouse Part Number: 1056284

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

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Honda Models

Shadow ACE Deluxe VT750CD : 1998–2003
Shadow ACE VT750C : 1998–2000
Shadow Aero ABS VT750CS : 2012–2016
Shadow Aero VT750C : 2004–2016
Shadow Phantom VT750C2 : 2017
Shadow Phantom VT750C2B : 2010–2016

Suzuki Models

GS700E : 1985
GS700ES : 1985
GS750E : 1983
GS750ES : 1983
XN85 Turbo : 1983

Customer Reviews for Duro HF261A Excursion 120/90-17 Front/Rear Tire 

Overall Rating:
4/5 based on 1 rating

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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.

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