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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 4.5 5 13 13
Great bang for your buck! Too soon for review so far a little squirrely on the street. Need to be broken in off road seems to reduce my front end wash out considerably! Great bang for your buck! October 6, 2014
OK tire for low price This tire performs fine but wears quickly on KLR650. Expect about 4k miles out of the rear in 80/20 dual sport riding. July 21, 2014
Great for the money I ride a lot of adventure type dirt roads and trails. This tire does not disappoint, when I want to climb a hill it listens and I can walk up any hill I want to. And when I'm done on the dirt this tire will then hold 70 on the highway all the way back to the house. It serves the purpose I bought it for and for the price I can't find any problems. July 14, 2014
Great tire, great price I have this tire for about 3 months now, and I can say they feel great in the road and better offroad. They still look as new and have around 1,500 kms now. I also have another shinko 005 in a versys and that one has 16,000 kms and still have around 20% thread life. July 10, 2014
Works Tried a Kenda that was AWEFUL. Total high speed wobble. Shinko works well. Smooth & passable in the dirt. June 30, 2014
Can't beat them for the price. Haven't had them long enough to comment on tread life, but they ride good on the gravel and are not to noisy on the pavement. June 23, 2014
Great tire. Best bang for the buck on my KLR 650 These tires are much better than the stock Dunlops the bike comes with. Better control on gravel and smooth on pavement. I only have just over 200 miles on mine but there is no sign of wear yet. I have not ridden in wet conditions yet but foresee no problems as they grip well on everything else I have tried. Very impressed with them on gravel. RevZilla will be the only place I purchase them. Great customer service and super fast shipping combined with terrific deals. May 16, 2014
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
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Shinko 700 Dual Sport Tires
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Shad G: Best bang for the buck. Sep 13, 2014
Yun Lung Y: Great price point and I needed a replacement to my d606 which is too dirt biased. I commute a fair amount on my dr650, so a road holding tire is a must Sep 2, 2014
Andy D: Reviews and friends reccomendations Jul 22, 2014
Mark B: I've used these before, and they work good. Mileage is not great, but can't complain at the price. Very nice ride and handling on the road, decent grip on dirt roads as well. Jun 25, 2014
Dale W: From the reviews, this seemed to be the best tire for my type of riding. Jun 7, 2014
Alan S: Rode the tires off my KLR650, these were a good value. May 21, 2014
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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A S asked: How does the 5.10-17 compare to a 140/80-17 as far as size? Apr 27, 2014
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Dan A: The 5.10-17 is equal to a 130/80-17. Apr 27, 2014
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Jean L: The metric size gives you the width and height aspect, it is basically the same as the 5.10 inch. You can use a conversion tool for the exact number, unfortunately the 5.10 doesn't give you the height aspect. Other than that this is a good tire, I have it on my WR250R, and it is great on the road, and in dirt. I do 90% road. Apr 28, 2014
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George T: Not exactly sure. But if my math is right, 140mm width is 5.52 inches, (140/25.4) so the 140/80 should be.0.42 inches wider than the 5.10-17. Not sure how the heights compare. I suggest you go on Shinko's website and pose the question to them.

What I can tell you is that I wore out the 700 rear on my Suzuke DR650 on an Alaskan trip in 4300 miles of 90% pavement riding. In Anchorage I picked up a slightly used Kenda D270 5.10X17 rear at Motoquest. I have 6000 miles on the used tire and still have another thousand miles of tread left. I got 9000 miles on the 21" Shinko 700 front tire before I replaced it just recently with a Kenda D270 21" front.
May 4, 2014
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Philip T asked: I have a BMW G650 XCountry and the book says to use a 130/80-17 will a 5.10-17 fit?
Looking a a Shinko 244 or 700.
Aug 19, 2014
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Dan A: The sizes are basically the the same. The 5.10-17 might be slightly narrower but not enough to even notice. I have both of those tires on two dualsports. The 244 is slightly better for more trail riding but I have not had any problems with the 700. In fact I am quite impressed about the performance of the 700. I have about 3000 miles on the 700 and can easily see getting another 3000 before it needs to be replaced. The 244 has about 1000 miles on it and is holding up well. Aug 19, 2014
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Jean L: According to a tire conversion chart, 130 is almost exactly 5.10 inch, and the 80 aspect ratio should be similar. You usually have quite a bit of size choices on a rear wheel, up to a point. The 5.10 should be a perfect fit. Also the Shinko 700 is a nice tire, I did almost 10,000 klicks on my WR250R, mostly road, but still a fantastic off road 60-40 percent tire. Good luck Aug 19, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Front / 3.00-21 TL 51S 594584 N87-4390 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 4.60-17 TT 62P 594585 N87-4395 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 5.10-17 TL 67S 594586 N87-4396 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 4.60-18 TT 63S 594587 N87-4397 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 130/80-18 TL 66S 594588 N87-4398 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours