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Shinko 777 Cruiser Tires

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Shinko 777 Tires

Specifically designed for cruiser machines, the Shinko 777 is available in a multitude of sizes to fit many V-Twin and metric cruiser models. 


  • Tread compound designed for a great combination of traction and mileage
  • Directional tread pattern offers excellent wet and dry traction
  • H rated 4 or 6 ply construction
  • Tubeless
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Front / 90/90-21 54H 270696 87-4182 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Front / 120/90-17 64H 817345 87-4560 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Front / 140/80-17 69H 880498 87-4561 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Front / 120/90-18 65H 817347 87-4563 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Front / 110/90-19 62H 817348 87-4564 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Front / 130/60-23 75H 971212 87-4581 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Front / 120/70-21 68V (Reinforced) 981068 87-4583 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Front / 130/90B16 73H (Reinforced) 999214 87-4585 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Front / 100/90-19 61H (Reinforced) 999216 87-4587 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Front / 80/90-21 54H (Reinforced) 999218 87-4589 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Front / 120/50-26 73H (Reinforced) 999227 87-4603 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / MU85B16 77H (Reinforced) 999212 87-4568 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 160/80-15 74H 817350 87-4572 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 170/70-16 75H 880501 87-4573 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 150/90B15 80H (Reinforced) 999219 87-4590 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 170/80B-15 83H 996288 87-4592 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 130/90B16 73H (Reinforced) 999221 87-4594 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 140/90B16 77H (Reinforced) 999223 87-4596 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 150/80B16 77H (Reinforced) 999224 87-4597 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 180/65B16 81H (Reinforced) 999226 87-4599 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Shinko 777 Cruiser Tires 4.7 5 38 38
Good Tires Fast Shipping! I replaced the stock Dunlops on my HD 883R. The stock ones were well worn and original to the bike. The Shinko's are a soft compound and grip very well. They have a more round profile. It's like a whole different bike. Pricing is great! We will see how they last. If its half as long and half the cost that works for me. Just hoping to get a full riding season out of them. NOTE: The Shinko 777 rear tire on 2002 HD 883R will rub. Clearances are very tight and even though I bought the same size as stock they do have a wider profile. Revzilla you might update your filter for this! After I got them on the bike and noticed the rubbing I check the Shinko site and they filter out the 777 for my bike. After running the tires a few miles and seeing how the rubbing worked out I am not too concerned thanks to the soft compound. October 21, 2015
Tire works good. Good overall tire for the price Did not try it in the rain September 7, 2015
Totally Awesome tire! I purchase this tire at the mid Winter time frame 2014. I have ran daily a average of 200 miles minimum on the 777's. We are just pass the August 2015 time and the Summer heat has just started showing wear on the center of the tire treads and the sides are still great. I ride two up and Solo but my wife loves the comfort of the Shinko 777. I will be replacing them before Fall of this year. No more overpriced road gear for me. I highly recommend this tire set for you Hog. Best of luck and keep the rubber side down. August 27, 2015
Good tire I gave it 5* for tread life and wet traction, but I cannot really say anything about these 2 areas as I have not had them on long enough. Shipping was a little longer than I expected. I have a 97 Kawasaki Concours and it does respond more quickly with this tire on the rear (replaced Metzler) August 3, 2015
Great tire at a good price Best price I found for my size. Provides good traction for my Honda shadow. July 6, 2015
great so far Haven't rode on it much. The grip is great no wear in the tire as of yet. Would buy again. May 4, 2015
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
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Shinko 777 Cruiser Tires
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Kenny K: I need a good tire for my Street Glide that will hopefully handle well. I travel about 12000+ miles a year. So I want to have it last at least that much as well. I will tell you if it is a tire that will do this... Nov 15, 2015
robert f: quality, safety,affordability,reliable source Sep 28, 2015
justin g: good deals on tires for oversize wheels Sep 18, 2015
gary c: buy one two years a go great tire wears golike it a lot Sep 14, 2015
david b: this is a great tire and price Aug 8, 2015
Valerie C: Great Product and GREAT price!!! Aug 5, 2015
Terry S: price was the first reason. There are mixed reviews about the mileage but all the reviews I read were on the previous revision of tire and not the latest. So for the money I am giving it a shot. Jul 26, 2015
Frank D: Heard from a freind going to try Jul 13, 2015
Thomas K: After much research on tires it seems that the Shinko brand is quite good. There are many many favorable reviews and some interesting product news stories about them which makes them a desirable purchase. Time will tell for a personal opinion. Jul 6, 2015
Mike R: My friends have had good luck with Shinko tires, and now that I need a tire I feel good about mounting this tire. May 27, 2015
Tom N: looks like the part I need at the price I like Apr 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
John L: price Feb 11, 2015
Michael R: because yall have the best prices Feb 11, 2015
Mark F: I chose it due to the rating it was given by revzilla Feb 5, 2015
Andrew C: I have bought Shinko tires before and the grip was way better than the factory Dunlop or Michelin scorcher tires I've ad before. Jan 26, 2015
Danny V: Best deal I found on this product any where!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jan 11, 2015
Carlos G: I've heard really good reviews about this item. Jan 6, 2015
dave r: from reading the reviews from this and several other sights ,price was a determining factor also. Dec 29, 2014
Greg W: Excellent wear with these tires, nearly 40,000 miles with previous tire. Best price I can find. Dec 28, 2014
John P: Good price and free shipping. Dec 22, 2014
Dan N: Price, recommendations from members of XLForum Dec 15, 2014
David K: price Oct 11, 2014
George C: Great price excellent ratings. Sep 19, 2014
michael M: it was in the size i needed Aug 9, 2014
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 TX Dec 29, 2013
John T K: good reviews from riders Nov 5, 2013
Chanse S: Price and reviews Oct 21, 2013
J B: I like the rear tire I got from you
I like the price
Oct 4, 2013
Justin R: grip and savings Sep 23, 2013
Myrton T: Price and reviews Sep 19, 2013
Kevin B: Price and Reviews, Never tried before. Sep 7, 2013
John V: Revzilla site is easy to use , prices are excellent and the videos help to finalize my decisions. Aug 25, 2013
A shopper asked: Can I put tubes in these and run them on my spoke rims? Dec 16, 2013
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C G: Yes you can. I'm running it on my front spoked wheel with a tube. Great tire also. Dec 16, 2013
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Larry O: I put tubes in mine and they worked fine great tire for the money Apr 20, 2014
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Bryan W: Yes, you can run these with tubes. Dec 16, 2013
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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
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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
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A shopper asked: Hi i have a 2012 Harley Iron 883, and i was wondering if this rear tire would fit? Thanks. Aug 13, 2014
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Jim C: I would double check on the Shinko website. Mine rubbed on the belt but its an 02 883R 130/90-16. It appears the overall width is 1" wider than the stock dunlop. The rubbing is minor and just wearing on the lip overhang of the tire. Shinko's website filters out this model for my bike. Revzilla did not. I found that out after the fact. Still happy with my purchase. Oct 27, 2015
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John V: I am not that familiar with Harley Davidson to know the tire size , load rating specifications etc to advise if this tire would fit. I would suggest talking to a tire specialist. Aug 14, 2014
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Corbin L: They should fit the bike fine as far as I know. Aug 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a 21" x 2.15" spoked front wheel, I have no idea what size tire I need as this is a custom built bobber. What size should I be looking at? Jun 27, 2014
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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
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John K: 90/90/21 Jun 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: How much weight can it handle? Sep 13, 2015
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Simon K: Easy 300 lb Sep 18, 2015
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