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Dunlop Qualifier Motorcycle Tire

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Brings racetrack-level performance to the street with quicker handling. The Qualifier's bigger footprints at all lean angles yields more grip and traction. Dunlop's use of the latest compounds allow a significant increase in land area in the tread pattern for improved grip. The Qualifier heats up faster and is stickier than the D208ZR tire.

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Dunlop Qualifier Motorcycle Tire
 
4.4

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    • Street riding (3)
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    4.0

    Great all around tire

    By ThaiGuy

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    Comments about Dunlop Qualifier Motorcycle Tire:

    This is a great all around tire for sport / sport cruiser machines. It is definitely sticky enough for all but the most hardcore applications. Great value for the money.

     
    4.0

    Outstanding!

    By CanyonChaser

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    Comments about Dunlop Qualifier Motorcycle Tire:

    I've never been a fan of the average Dunlop sport tire but the Qualifier excels at everything you throw at it. Even at track days and at race pace the tire grips the road heroically and handles predictably without being too skittish. It doesn't last very well, but you shouldn't expect a tire this grippy to last very long. In all honesty, this tire is overkill for the vast majority of street riders unless you do a lot of track days or only spend time in the canyons. The commuter, buzz-around-town rider will likely never reach the tires potential and be disappointed by how rapidly it wears.

     
    5.0

    Dunlop tires

    By Airwolf79

    from Van Nuys, CA

    Comments about Dunlop Qualifier Motorcycle Tire:

    Very fast shipping. Cheapest price around on Qualifiers. I bought a 190/55 which is a hard tire to find, and most other places want nearly $200 for that tire. Bikebandit.com rules!

     
    4.0

    grippy tire

    By N81jeepster

    from Mobile, AL

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    Comments about Dunlop Qualifier Motorcycle Tire:

    I have a sv 650, and it came with the dunlop D220 160-60-17. It did alright, but the Qualifier is a far superior tire, i have had it now for about 2 months and it has been great, the wear is good, but it wears a little fast. For what it is, and at this price. You cant beat it.

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      will this tire and wheels fit a 2002 indian scout
      Asked on 11/22/2009 by wheelyman from wv

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        Thanks for your question! Unfortunately we do not have spec listings for the Indian models, we would need to know your OEM tire sizing, we would not recommend changing from that sizing.

        Answered on 11/23/2009 by SalesDepartment
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    Specifications and Options

    Brand Dunlop
    Front / Rear Front
    Tire Size 110/70-17
    Rim Size 17
    Tube / Tubeless Tubeless
    Bias / Radial Radial
    Speed Rating Z
    Sidewall Blackwall
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