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Shinko SE890 Journey Touring Radial Motorycle Tire

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Shinko SE890 Journey Touring Radial Motorycle Tire. This radial tire was designed for larger touring bikes and cruisers. Its Aramid belted radial construction has 5-ply rated tread and 3-ply rated sidewalls. The SE890 Journey motorcycle tire is H-rated and tubeless.

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Shinko SE890 Journey Touring Radial Motorycle Tire
 
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        5.0

        Shinko SE890 Journey is Top Notch

        By Pfloydgad

        from Springfield, Ohio

        Pros

        • Excelent in Wind
        • Extremely solid cornering
        • No noise at all
        • Super easy to balance
        • Very sharp looking tire

        Cons

        • None so far

        Best Uses

        • Big Cruisers
        • Big Sport Touring bikes

        Comments about Shinko SE890 Journey Touring Radial Motorycle Tire:

        This is the perfect tire for my C10 Concours. It has no trouble mounting up to the 3.50" wide rear rim, and mine required absolutly no weights, it was perfectly balanced from the factory. It does sit a little taller with its profile, but it does not cause any probelms at all with cornering and id very solid in windy conditions. I have had many of the major brands on this bike, and I have no problem claiming theat this tire is easily one of the top 2 I have ever had on my Concours.

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        5.0

        Rides smooth and great handling

        By Chimes

        from Kansas City

        Pros

        • Cost
        • Excellant Balance
        • Excellant handling
        • Ride

        Cons

        • none

        Best Uses

        • All Roads Seem No Challen
        • Tour

        Comments about Shinko SE890 Journey Touring Radial Motorycle Tire:

        Using this tire on a heavy vtx 1800 R and have to say that it is the best tire I've put on this bike.

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        5.0

        Excellent tire for a big bike!

        By Mr. Fix-it

        from Columbia, MO

        Pros

        • Great handling
        • Great price
        • Smooth ride

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          Best Uses

            Comments about Shinko SE890 Journey Touring Radial Motorycle Tire:

            The ride and cornering are excellent. The smoothness is unbelievable. If I get reasonable mileage out of these tires I will purchase another set.

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            5.0

            awesome tire for the money !!

            By Elvis

            from Knoxville Iowa

            Pros

            • Are Awesome
            • Awesome Tire Great Help
            • Great price
            • The Staff At Biker Bandit
            • To To Find What I Need

            Cons

            • Nothing bad to say

            Best Uses

            • GREAT IN THE RAIN

            Comments about Shinko SE890 Journey Touring Radial Motorycle Tire:

            If you don't got allot of cash to throw around this tire is for you !!I go threw allot of tires but I think I just found a way to stop that with these tires !! I think there are better than any thing out there !!

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              Is this tire recommended for 2002 Honda Goldwing
              Asked on 5/3/2013 by Biggin from Dayton,OH.

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                Thanks for your question! This tire is designed for heavyweight cruiser machines like yours. Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.

                Answered on 5/6/2013 by Anonymous
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            Specifications and Options

            Brand Shinko
            Front / Rear Front, Rear
            Tire Size 130/70-18, 150/80-17, 160/80-16, 180/60-16, 180/70-16
            Rim Size 18, 17, 16
            Shipping Restrictions Tire
            Bias / Radial Radial
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