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Shinko 700 Dual Sport Tires

The 700 series features an aggressive 60% onroad and 40% offroad pattern for better dirt riding performance, without sacrificing pavement grip.

Features:

  • Aggressive tread pattern with deep lug construction
  • Heavy duty 4-ply carcass for durability
  • Reinforced side knobs for cornering stability
  • DOT approved
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Shinko 700 Dual Sport Tires 4.3 5 6 6
Reliable and affordable I've used Shinko tires on my last 3 bikes, all dual sport. I've gotten great mileage from them, 6 to 8k on the rear. I'm not a hard core single track rider. I ride 10 to 12k miles a year, mixed dirt and pavement and 700s have helped keep me moving forward. February 17, 2014
great tire available in some hard to find sizes Tires arrived very quickly. seem to be well made and priced well vs competition (pirelli dunlop etc) havent got to put many miles on yet to give wet traction, tread life etc comments January 27, 2014
fantastic!!!! Great tire for the forest roads and very gripy on the road! Thanks to Revzilla for fast shipping and great price!!! September 30, 2013
I'm happy JUST RETURNED FROM MY FIRST 100 MILES. FOR THE MONEY, I LOVE UM. MY TRAILWINGS WERE DOWN TO THE BASE AT 2300 MILES. THEY WERE BETTER ON THE ROAD BUT THE 700'S GRIP IN THE GRAVEL MUCH BETTER, DON'T SLIP AS MUCH IN THE MUD AND ARE A BARGAIN TO BUY. ACTUALLY RECEIVED THEM WITHIN 2 BUSINESS DAYS. September 2, 2013
Nice Dual Sport Tire I ran Shinko 244s prior to this tire. They worked great on the dirt but a little noisy on the pavement and weren't real smooth. This tire is much better on the pavement in all respects and almost as good in the dirt. If you are not "hard core" in the dirt these tires will do just fine and the cost is very affordable. July 26, 2013
Fresh install 3 weeks after purchase. Yamaha WR250R 2013 Nice looking tire, I was looking for a more road than trail tire,as most my riding tends to 90% road, due to lack of easy trail access in my hood (Montreal). The original rubber was fine, changed out at 7500 kms, not much knobby left. The new Shinko 700 has went on well, looks still like a dirt tire, but definately has more road contact from the look of it. The tire is also a bit wider than the trail wing, and maybe taller, as I'm back on my tippy toes, even after Yamalink lowering. Of course the old knobs were pretty much worn out. Looks beefier, and seems quiet and smooth on road at speed, 115 120 kmh, so far so good, will see as it breaks in! July 23, 2013
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Shinko 700 Dual Sport Tires
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Richard T: I have the rear tire and wanted the front Apr 16, 2014
Joshua C: Great price point with excellent reviews. Apr 12, 2014
Guy H: I've had good luck with these tires in the past. Good enough on the dirt and asphalt for me. And I get good mileage from them. Mar 25, 2014
Jerry M: Price and Customer Reviews. This is my first time trying these tires. I am looking forward to getting them on my bike! Mar 20, 2014
jason t: Most bang for the buck. I mostly ride on pavement however, I wanted the option to have a tire that looked like it would clean the treads well and have decent grip on the dirt Mar 11, 2014
johnny w: try a different brand see how well it works plus the price is not bad ether Feb 26, 2014
Chris M: Price and performance. To be uses on a 2006 KTM 525 dual sport for riding pavement and dirt roads. Feb 26, 2014
Brenda M: >> just trying something different...... Jan 9, 2014
Keith R: /A friend of mine bought these and liked them, price was good Aug 23, 2013
A shopper asked: I need the 21 up front and the 18 in the rear. Are these tubeless tires? If not what size tube do I need? I'm new at this. Jeff Aug 20, 2013
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Ernst E: Jeff,
the tires are labeled TT for tube type and TL for tubeless. The TL tire can be used with a tube on the rim as well as without. It depends on your rim. Your motorcycles manual should inform you if your rims need tubes.

For example my KLR 650 needs tubes since it has sprocket rims. So for me the TL or TT type is mute (I prefer the TL since its sidewall is stronger).

As for the tire size, consult your manual, and if you google "motorcycle tire size chart" you will find links to cross-references for the different tire labelings.

Have fun riding.
Aug 22, 2013
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Christopher W: Speaking only for the 21" front tire it is tubless. When looking at the tire specs, TL is for tubeless and TT is for tubed type.

I run the OEM tube from my Tiger in the tubeless tire with no issues.
Aug 21, 2013
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robert h: I'm running these tires on a KLR650 with spoked wheels so I have to run tubes in them. Great tires by the way! Aug 21, 2013
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George T: Yes, these are tube-type tires. Get tubes to fit-- a 3.0 x 21" front and a 4.60/ 5.10 x 18" rear. Aug 21, 2013
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Jean L: I'm pretty sure these tires can run tubeless, but do you have tubeless rims. My bike WR250r has spokes, and tubes. As for the size, not sure, as I just used my original tube, but tube size is directly related to tire size. Good luck!
BTW nice tire for me so far.
Aug 25, 2013
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Russell S: No they are not tubeless. Just call whoever you are buying the tubes from, and they will tell you what you need based on the tire size. Aug 22, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Front / 3.00-21 TL 51S 594584 N87-4390 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 4.60-17 TT 62P 594585 N87-4395 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 5.10-17 TL 67S 594586 N87-4396 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 4.60-18 TT 63S 594587 N87-4397 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 130/80-18 TL 66S 594588 N87-4398 In Stock: Ships next business day