The Dunlop D404 Motorcycle Tire tread compound delivers excellent balance of mileage and grip. Dunlop's front and rear tread pattern delivers outstanding water evacuation and wet grip. The tire's bias-ply construction was designed to deliver excellent load-carrying capacity as well as a smooth ride for maximum comfort. The offset center groove delivers excellent straight-line stability.-The D404 is not meant to be used on Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Click here to view Dunlop D404 Rebate.
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Comments about Dunlop D404 Motorcycle Tire:
Love this tire...daily commute 160 miles per day so naturally go through a lot of tires! I've been averaging over 15,000 miles on every one of these without any problems
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Springfield, MO
Put on in early May is all but bald in mid August. Very easy riding, no burn outs, 32 psi, no more than 3000 miles if that. Do not recommend!!!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Albuquerque, NM
The D404 came as original equipment on my Vulcan VN900. These tires are great bad new and with almost 13000 on them and just now hitting the wear markers, have performed well.I have of the upsides to these are excellent traction even in extremely wet conditions, for a cruiser tire they hold well in corners and they do not follow the rain grooves in the pavement like others would.Downsides;As the tires rack up mileage they begin to lose balance, at about 6500K when you lightly held the grips the front end would have a noticable shake, traction on corners becomes an issue even in moderate cases and at about 11500 the shake becomes noticable with just one hand off and a tight grip on the throttle.All these issues combined made me order the Pirelli MT66 and try those out. Final thoughts are the D404 is a good tire that may require additional balancing as it ages and a less aggressive riding style but with proper care and caution they are an excellent choice.Let everyone know how the Pirellis do after I rack a few miles on them.
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Not the biggest nor the fastest but a sweet ride
Don't last as expected
from Redding Ca
I have to start off by saying that I'm pretty anul when it comes to proper air pressure on my bike and truck, The 404 started off as a decent tire as far as ride comfort and handling, but as I got close to 3500 miles on this tire I noticed wear, now I'm at 6200 miles and the rear is completely wore out and the front is almost wore out, I ride an 09 Vulcan 900 custom, the rear is a 180/70-15 and the front is a 80/90-21, very dissapointed with tis tire, mainly because of the low milage, but also because I do not ride aggresive or have a full dress bike, and I only weigh 175, the bike only weighs 600 lbs so I don't know why they wore out so quickly but will definately replace them with anything other than Dunlops.
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