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Shinko 804 & 805 Series Adventure Trail Tires

MSRP $99.95 - $214.95
Our Price: $73.88 - $139.88
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Choose a Front Tire:
  • 100/90-19
  • 110/80-19
  • 120/70-19
  • 90/90-21
Choose a Rear Tire:
  • 120/90-18
  • 130/80-17
  • 140/80-17
  • 150/70-17
  • 150/70-18
  • 170/60-17
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Overview of Shinko 804 & 805 Series Adventure Trail Tires

Utilizing the latest in dual sport tire technology these adventure tires are ideal for situations where a rider spends 40% on-road and 60% off-road. The 804/805 bias front/rear combo is currently available in a 110/80-19 front and 150/70-17 rear combo.
  • 40% on-road and 60% off-road
  • Latest in Big-Block Technology
  • Superior on-road handling and mileage
  • Stable sidewalls for soft surfaces
  • DOT approved

NOTE:

Dennis Kirk recommends a new tube and rim strip when replacing a tube-type tire

Safety Warning:

Please consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for information on tire care, safety, installation, maintenance, manufacturer’s 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 Shinko 804 & 805 Series Adventure Trail Tires

Units Each
Tire Classification Dual-Sport
Type Tires - Dirt Bike
Material - Tread Nylon
Balance Dot No
DOT Approved for Road Use Yes
Directional Arrow Yes
Material - Sidewall Nylon
Load Range B
3.7 / 5.0
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Junk
Bought this tire for a DRZ400S. First impression was that it stuck well, which is why it got a star. Put on almost 200 miles and the rubber is cracking. I bought this from the brick and mortar shop in person, was hoping for better. I run 26 psi, and so far it has only seen pavement. Yes, 200 miles ALMOST. Don't waste your money, get something that isn't trash.
April 28, 2018
Would you recommend this product?
Yes
Best all around tire for the DR650 I have found
I've put about 5000 miles on this set of tires with my DR650 and i only need to replace the rear in probably about another 1000 where it'll be pretty much bald. The front still has plenty of life left just one side of the knobs are worn so I'm just gonna take it off and turn it around.

Other than longevity though this tire has always gripped the road great and I've even scraped my footpegs a couple times from leaning over in a turn so much. Off-road is just as great too it hooks up great going up hill climbs and ruts. I've tested it in mud as well as a few inches of snow and it has always felt just as good as the TKC80s I had before but these tires lasted much longer. I haven't had any chunks come off any of the knobs either.

The only issue I have had is that the tires slips around a lot when your going downhill at an angle and braking or when going downhill at an angle and giving it gas. Other than the side to side traction not being great I'm still gonna stick with this tire as my go to for year round commuting as well as for year round off-roading.
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October 8, 2018
Shingle Springs, CA
Would you recommend this product?
Yes
Good 50/50 tire for a Vstrom 1000
I've used these Shinko's on my 2014 Vstrom 1000 for the last couple of years and they work very good on the gravel and actually work on the street quite well. They don't last me very long but I don't ride easy and the bike is heavy so I expect them to wear fast. The front goes about 6000 miles and the rear about 4500. The nice thing about these knobby tires is they have a radius like a motorcycle tire is supposed to instead of a squared tire with a unfriendly Chevron pattern of some others I've tried.
April 18, 2019
Lino Lakes, MN
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Are they DOT approved for street?
A shopper on Jun 8, 2019
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