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Pirelli Scorpion Trail Tire

MSRP $178.95 - $276.95
Our Price: $123.88 - $164.88
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Overview of Pirelli Scorpion Trail Tire

  • High-performance, revolutionary new tread pattern looks as good as it performs
  • Designed to meet the requirements of high-performance adventure tourers such as BMW GS, Honda Varadero and Transalp, and Suzuki V-Strom
  • Front and rear radial designs feature patented 0 degree steel belt technology for maximum stability and excellent handling on every kind of terrain even when fully loaded
  • New compounds feature the latest generation of materials that provides maximum grip in every weather condition and the ideal balance between mileage, grip and wet trust
  • Carcass designed for maximum comfort on every kind of terrain and high-speed roadholding

Safety Warning: Please consult tire manufacturers publication and/or website 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.

Specs for Pirelli Scorpion Trail Tire

Sidewall Blackwall
Units Each
Tire Classification Dual-Sport
Balance Dot Yes
DOT Approved for Road Use Yes
Directional Arrow Yes
Load Range B
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How old are these tires, date code?
CHARLES G on Jan 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Can be anywhere from 6 months to a year and a half
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