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Sidewall ID Information: KENDA K657 140/90-15 M/C 70H
Dimensions: Inflated Width/Measuring Rim Width: 5.70 in./3.00 in.
Inflated Diameter: 24.8 in.
Acceptable Rim Width: 3.00 in.
Deepest Tread Depth: 9/32 in.
Balance DOT: Yes-Yellow
Directional Arrow: Yes
Speed Rating: H-Rated up to 130 MPH
Capacities and Construction: Load Capacity/Inflation Pressure: 737 lbs./40 PSI
Load Range: B
Bias or Radial Ply: Bias
Tread Plies/Material: 6 Nylon
Sidewall Plies/Material: 6 Nylon
DOT Approved for Road Use: Yes
Tube or Tubeless: Tubeless-Can be used with a tube
Safety Warning: Please consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for information on tire care, safety, installation, maintenance, manufacturers warranty and other information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment.
I bought a '88 Kawasaki Eliminator 250 with 13.000mi and the OEM Dunlops and bought new tires by price and the fact that Kenda offered tires that would fit both front and back in the cruiser/touring category. After a proper scuff in, the tires performed beyond what I had expected. The traction is consistent from temps as low as 32F to 98F, but starting out on a 28F night from work it only took about 10mi to get the heat up and the traction on. With 1/32" chicken strips on the rear, the K671 front pushes at high lean angles. At 7,000mi the rear is showing signs of wear and I figure I have about 1,200-1,500mi before I run out of usable tread. I will definitely order these again.
I have been using this model Tire on my 83 CX650 for quite a few years now. Excellent handling in water and dry. Excellent price. I have had NO problems with the tire. I have even ridden the bike with about 18lbs of pressure in it, and it did not collapse off the rim. (low pressure due to puncture).
Recently ordered the K671 for 93 Shadow VLX. These are now on the bike and it handle 100% better than it did with the Dunlops it had on it.
I searched numerous tire dealers and discounters as well as websites for this specific tire and the closest I could get to the Dennis Kirk price was about $33.00 dollars difference.Myself and a friend installed the tire in about a half hour and was back on the road.Hats off to Dennis Kirk and the crew that works there.
I have bought these same tires at another online store and paid much more than Dennis Kirk. I was impressed at the price differance when I came across Dennis Kirk. I saved anywhere from $25 to about $50 on the front and rear tires combined. Tires I wanted at a price I couldn't refuse. I recommended Dennis Kirk to five of my friends even before I got the tires. Had them in 4 days with UPS Ground. Thanks Dennis Kirk. TazPA64
Actually, I bought this as a Christmas present for our minister, who rides a Boulevard S40. He had worn the tire that came on it to the threads, and really didn't have the money for new rubber. He says this one sticks much better than the original and rides smoother. He is very happy now (it's good to have happy preachers).
Good value. I just have around 100 miles on my bike since changing the tire. The tire seem very stable with good traction. I had it up to around 100 on the freeway this morning on the way into work so no complaints at high speed. I'm sure I'll get at least the mileage that I was getting on Dunlops.