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270 Super Classic Tire

MSRP $77.95 - $125.95

Price: $59.88- $89.88 Up to 29% off!
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Shinko 270 Super Classic Tire
  • Classic full aspect ratio sawtooth design
  • Full 4 ply rated nylon carcass for extended wear with a classic appearance
  • Available in white side wall
  • Tube type
Specs for Shinko 270 Super Classic Tire
Tire Construction Bias
Units Each
Tire Classification Cruiser
Position - Tire Front
Type Tube
Front Tire Specifications
Brand: Shinko
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Rear Tire Specifications
Brand: Shinko
Part #: -
Mfg #: -
Sidewall -
Bias / Radial -
Speed Rating -
Load Rating -
Ply Rating -
Tube / Tubeless -
Rim Size -
Tire Size -
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can you run the same size on the front as the rear for this tire?
A shopper on Aug 27, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Just as long as the front rim is of the appropriate size.
what is the difference between shinko 270 and 240?
A shopper on Jan 19, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The 270 has a round profile whereas the 240 is somewhat squared off at the shoulder.
inflated diameters of shinko 270 sizes 4.00/100/18 and the 5.00/100/18 ?
Carlos C on Mar 16, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Sorry, we don't have that info.
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Excellent tire for style, price, performance.
I bought Shinko's 3.00-21" front tire to replace a previous Firesone 4.00-19 Vintage replica tire/wheel. The tread pattern looks good in keeping with an old school style, and the 270 Super Classic tire is S-rated (112 MPH) whereas the Firestone replicas are only P-rated. Being in AZ I can't rate wet weather use yet, but based on handling/performance thus far (@ 131 mile), it does very well. I do know from past experience, Shinko tires may not last much beyond 15,000 miles, but neither do the more expensive Dunlop tires for HDs (currently on my '62 FLH). The great benefit is that (depending on the supplier) 2-3 sets of Shinko tires to replace 1 set of Dunlop's.
They are easy to mount by hand, and coupled with the Counterbalance" inner tubes, make it a no-contest installation.
Just FYI: the "No Mar" tire lube finishes off a great combination of products to keep the ol' gal rolling with ease, at a good price.
January 28, 2020
Phoenix, AZ
Ride:
'62 FLH