IRC Rear GP-110 Dual Sport 5.10S-17 Tire - F02784
- Part #: 64851
- Manufacturer Part #: F02784
- MSRP Price: $144.95
- Our Price: $110.99 *
Overview of IRC Rear GP-110 Dual Sport 5.10S-17 Tire - F02784
- DOT Approved
- Rated for speeds up to 112mph
- Innovative knob design offers excellent off-road bite; wont be shredded on the highway like full knobbies
- The tire of choice for on/off road bikes
- Sidewall ID Information: 5.10-17 67S Trail Winner GP-110R
Inflated Width /Measuring Rim Width: 5.04 in./3.00 in.
Inflated Diameter: 25.87 in.
Acceptable Rim Width(s): Not Available
Deepest Tread Depth: 3/8 in.
Directional Arrow: Yes
Speed Rating: S-Rated up to 112 MPH
Capacities and Construction:
Load Capacity/Inflation Pressure: 610 lbs/36 PSI
Tread Plies/Material: 3 Nylon
Sidewall Plies/Material: 2 Nylon
DOT approved for Road Use: Yes
Tube or Tubeless: Tube Type
NOTE: A new tube and rim strip is recommended with every new tire
Specs for IRC Rear GP-110 Dual Sport 5.10S-17 Tire - F02784
Fitment for IRC Rear GP-110 Dual Sport 5.10S-17 Tire - F02784
Part 64851 fits the following machines
|1987 Honda XL600R|
|1986 Honda XL600R|
|1985 Honda XL600R|
|1984 Honda XL600R|
|1983 Honda XL600R|
|1983 Honda XR250R|
|1982 Honda XR250R|
|1985 Honda XR350R|
|1984 Honda XR350R|
|1983 Honda XR350R|
|1984 Honda XR500R|
|1983 Honda XR500R|
|1982 Honda XR500R|
|1981 Honda XR500R|
|1987 Honda XR600R|
|1986 Honda XR600R|
|1985 Honda XR600R|
|1984 Kawasaki KL600 KLR|
|1985 Kawasaki KL600B KLR600|
|1987 Kawasaki KL650 KLR|
|1985 Suzuki DR250|
|1983 Suzuki DR250|
|1982 Suzuki DR250|
|1982 Yamaha TT250|
|1981 Yamaha TT250|
|1980 Yamaha TT250|
Reviews for IRC Rear GP-110 Dual Sport 5.10S-17 Tire - F02784
I have used this tire before and it works great!
Currently own a 2009 DR650 that I put these tires on but previosly owned a XL600 and used these tires on it and they always worked very well for the type of riding I do, backroads,forest service roads and light offroad.I would recommend this item to a friend.
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Excellent for KLR 650
I put a set of these on for a Baja trip, 3,000 miles... some hiway and lots of Baja 1000 race track. Before these I had a set of Dunlop 606's for the TAT and before that the OEM tires. I don't know how many miles you might get with these tires since I always put new tires on before a long trip. After 4,000 the rear tire has visible tread left in the middle and the front tire is, maybe, half gone. These IRCs are by far the best for what I do... long adventure rides. 50% off hiway at least; the rest on hiways or improved roads. with about 40 lb of gear and 200 lb of rider. They are quiet on the hiway and provide plenty of traction off road at least in Baja. I adjust the air pressure up for the pavement and down to 16 or so for off road. I always put the slime stuff in the tubes and (knock on wood) I haven't had even one flat with these tires. I think they handle as well as any tire I've ever had and that includes lots of tires. street to knobbies; Metzlers to Bridgestones. I've never tried a Kenda or a Pirelli though. thanks.I would recommend this item to a friend.
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Instructions and Media for IRC Rear GP-110 Dual Sport 5.10S-17 Tire - F02784
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