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Great tire, much better than expected.
Great tires at a great price. I liked these so much on my first bike, I had to buy them for my second bike. No regrets. Will buy again when needed.
April 21, 2015
good for the money
I bought this new set of tires for a honda shadow. Had Perelli's on before and in the couple of time so far of using them. They actually feel better than the other. Kinda shocked they road so well for a much cheaper price.
April 13, 2015
Great bang for the buck.
I just purchased this set of tires. My local dealer could not even get within $50 of this price plus no tax or shipping. No brainer.
It rides like a new bike.
April 6, 2015
Great tire for great price
I ordered this tire on a Tuesday and got it on Wednesday, great service! Just had it mounted so its too early to tell about the tire but it looks great and fit perfectly. Keep up the great work.
March 25, 2015
Excellent price and grip!
Can't beat the price. The grip is perfect for my riding style and I received the tires extremely wuick after I placed the order!
March 16, 2015
they look great. I have not had them on the road yet but I'm hopeful. All the reviews I should be pleased.
March 2, 2015
Great Price, looks great
It's still winter hear in Ohio so no miles on tire yet. Looks as good as any 200$ tire. Keep the air pressure good and any tire should last awhile. I never have any luck so 4-5k miles is all I usually get.
March 2, 2015
seems to be a good tire for the price. have not put many miles on this tire but is handles just fine. I bought this tire for a 08 roadglide
March 2, 2015
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Tom N: looks like the part I need at the price I likeApr 22, 2015
roger d: best tire for the money period.Apr 22, 2015
A S: A fellow rider has this tire and was very pleased with it. Revzilla had an awesome price and free shipping,Apr 19, 2015
Austin K: Fattest rear tire I could fit on my rim and bike without any mods.Apr 11, 2015
Jeremy E: I bought the Shinko 777 whitewalls for our last custom build at Sheepdog Cycles LLC. Great tire, for the price, can't be beat. These tires wear awesome just like the Maxxis used too.Mar 19, 2015
Phillip V: I have several friends that run this tire and haven't heard one negative comment about them...so why not?Mar 15, 2015
george b: HAVE RUN THESE ON ANOTHER BIKE WITH VERY GOOD RESULTS...Mar 10, 2015
brice d: I needed a rear tire and the reviews seemed good enough to give it a shot.Jun 24, 2014
Joseph G: It was in my budget and I will not be doing that much traveling"Jun 7, 2014
todd maysonave: great reviews on quality, and price is super-reasonable.....May 27, 2014
David C H: ...price and decent reviews on the tire's performance ~I'll try this just before 'dark-side', as HD and Dunlop are out of control on the cost per mile for scoot shoes for those of us who ride all year, no matter the weather... Thanks Revzilla, and please, keep the price low so repeat purchase can be an option. ~DCH in TXDec 29, 2013
A shopper asked:Custom bike that has no fenders but the forks and rear swing arm are still stock. 86 Intruder -700...with stock sizes of 100/90-19 140/90-15. My question is how wide can I go?????????????????Nov 21, 2013
clem W:I'm no expert, but i'd say you can go as wide as your rear swing arm and your fork will accept, with at least 1/4" to 1/2" of clearance, both on each side and between the tread and the pivot. Of course, you have to have rims to match the new size tires fairly closely. As to the tires, I'm pretty happy with them, so far.Nov 21, 2013
Corbin L:I've seen most people go with either 80/90 or 90/90. They will both fit but the 90/90 is a tad bigger. Also, keep in mind a 90/90 will wear out slightly faster due to the way it crowns when mounted on that size of rim. You'll still be able to drive 7-8 thousand miles easy though so don't worry about it too much.
I would personally go with the bigger tire (the 90/90) just because I like bigger tires, but you're golden with either sizes I told you. Hope this helps you out.
Work hard, play hard, but most importantly ride hard. :)Jun 27, 2014