Shinko 705 Motorcycle Tire

(Front) Specifications and Options

Brand Shinko
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(Rear) Specifications and Options

Brand Shinko
Front / Rear -
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Rim Size -
Tube / Tubeless -
Load Index -
Bias / Radial -
Ply Rating -
Speed Rating -
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(Front) Tire Size - Rim Size - Tube / Tubeless - Load Index - Bias / Radial - Speed Rating

90/90-21 - 21 - Tubeless - 54 - Bias Ply - H
110/80-19 - 19 - Tubeless - 59 - Bias Ply - Q
110/80-19 - 19 - Tubeless - 59 - Radial - H
120/70-17 - 17 - Tubeless - 58 - Radial - H
120/70-19 - 19 - Tubeless - 60 - Radial - H
120/80-18 - 18 - Tube Type - 62 - Bias Ply - H
120/90-17 - 17 - Tube Type - 64 - Bias Ply - H
130/80-17 - 17 - Tubeless - 65 - Bias Ply - H
130/90-17 - 17 - Tube Type - 68 - Bias Ply - H
140/80-17 - 17 - Tube Type - 69 - Bias Ply - H
4.10-18 - 18 - Tube Type - 59 - Bias Ply - P
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(Rear) Tire Size - Rim Size - Tube / Tubeless - Load Index - Bias / Radial - Speed Rating

120/80-18 - 18 - Tube Type - 62 - Bias Ply - H
120/90-17 - 17 - Tube Type - 64 - Bias Ply - H
130/80-17 - 17 - Tubeless - 65 - Bias Ply - H
130/90-17 - 17 - Tube Type - 68 - Bias Ply - H
140/80-17 - 17 - Tube Type - 69 - Bias Ply - H
150/70-17 - 17 - Tubeless - 69 - Radial - H
150/70-18 - 18 - Tubeless - 70 - Radial - V
170/60-17 - 17 - Tubeless - 58 - Radial - H
4.10-18 - 18 - Tube Type - 59 - Bias Ply - P
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From a bicycle tires manufacturer in 1946, Shinko has grown and evolved into one of the biggest motorcycle tires manufacturer in the world. With R&D based in Osaka Japan and manufacturing based in Jinju City, South Korea, the brand Shinko has now grown into the number 1 selling brand in the USA.

Product Details

DOT-approved Shinko dual sport tire created for 75% street and 25% trail riding. The aggressive tread pattern provides excellent wet and dry weather adhesion and the compound resists tearing while riding off road.

Please Note: It is recommended to run 36psi in the 150/70-17 size on larger, dual sport bikes and under heavy loads.

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Shinko 705 Motorcycle Tire
 
4.5

(based on 60 reviews)

98%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good cornering (29)
  • Versatile (29)
  • Good ride (28)
  • Durable (22)
  • Easy to install (21)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Street riding (29)
    • Replacement (18)
    • Off-road (13)
    • Upgrade (8)
      • Motorsports:
      • Motorcycle enthusiast (28), Casual rider (13), Mechanic (6)

    Reviewed by 60 customers

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    4.0

    So far so good

    By TS

    from NV

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    Comments about Shinko 705 Motorcycle Tire:

    I decided to go with this tire as I ride slab more than the dirt but I do get on two track and sandy areas but have not been off road with this tire yet. Mounted with out much issue, it is of course a stiffer tire than the stock dunlops on my KLR. If I can get twice is much mileage out of this tire it will be great in my book.

     
    4.0

    Shinko 705

    By bishinik

    from Vail AZ

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    Comments about Shinko 705 Motorcycle Tire:

    I use the 705 on my KLR with sidecar and have found them very good, I get 5-7 thousand miles out of the rear and twice that from the front. But could not get a AMA discount.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Solid, inexpensive tire.

    By KingBuffalo

    from Boulder, CO

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    Comments about Shinko 705 Motorcycle Tire:

    I've been using these tires for a few years now. They're great for street and dirt roads, and they'll do in a pinch for trail riding, as long as it isn't muddy.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great tire, great price

    By Herb

    from Pittsburgh PA

    Verified Reviewer

    Comments about Shinko 705 Motorcycle Tire:

    My '75 Yamaha DT400 spends most of its time on the road, so I needed a tire that would work 90%/road, 10%/dirt. I am happy with my choice.

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    Specifications and Options

    Brand Shinko
    Front / Rear Front, Rear
    Tire Size 90/90-21, 110/80-19, 120/70-17, 120/70-19, 120/80-18, 120/90-17, 130/80-17, 130/90-17, 140/80-17, 150/70-17, 150/70-18, 170/60-17, 4.10-18
    Rim Size 21, 19, 18, 17
    Tube / Tubeless Tube Type, Tubeless
    Load Index 54, 58, 59, 60, 62, 64, 65, 68, 69, 70
    Bias / Radial Bias Ply, Radial
    Ply Rating 4-Ply
    Speed Rating H, P, Q, V

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    • Q:

      If specific tire says front/rear, does that mean it is compatible with both front and rear tires?
      Asked on 1/25/2015 by Tom

      2 answers

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question! The tires listed as Front/Rear in the drop down bow will we compatible to be used in either the front or rear. Please let us know if there if there is anything else we can assist you with.

        Answered on 1/26/2015 by Bandit
      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question! The tires listed as Front/Rear in the drop down bow will we compatible to be used in either the front or rear. Please let us know if there if there is anything else we can assist you with.

        Answered on 1/26/2015 by Bandit
    • Q:

      can I use the 90/90/21 tubeles with a tube for my Kawasaki KLR650 ?
      Asked on 1/8/2013 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question! You can run a tube in the tire without a problem. Please let us know if there is anything else we may assist you with.

        Answered on 1/9/2013 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      What size do I get for a 74 cb360
      Asked on 12/9/2012 by Keeley from Richmond va

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question. The 120/80-18 will fit your CB360. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do for you by contacting us by email at Sales@bikebandit.com, Live Chat or by phone toll free at 888-339-3888. We are more than happy to help.

        Answered on 12/10/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      I have a Ural sidecar rig. The tire size I'm interested in is 110/80-19 which is designated as a front tire. I would like to use this size tire for my rear drive wheel on my rig. I am wanting to do this to have a smaller wheel diameter than stock to up the engine RPM at highway speeds. I have read that the Urals use two different size wheels. 18 and 19 inchs wheels. The 18 inch is able to go faster than the 19" due to higher engine rpm. Mine is 19 inch and can barely hold 55 mph. I only want 60.Can you tell me if using the front as a rear would be okay or not.Thank you for your help.
      Asked on 11/25/2012 by country3wheeler from paulden, az

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question. It is not recommended to use a front tire on a rear tire application. The shape is completely different and can affect handling. In this case your bike is equipped with a side car, so the shape may not be as crucial. One thing to consider is, will the front tires have the load index to handle the weight of your Rig? Are parts readily available for the bike, it would be easier to replace a sprocket than a wheel.

        Answered on 11/27/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      If not can you recomend one?
      Asked on 8/28/2012 by Bob from Summerfield, Fl.

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question. Yes can you please list a bike model or tire sizes?

        Answered on 8/28/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      Would this be a good tire for a honda cruiser Shadow aero 2005?
      Asked on 8/28/2012 by Bob from Summerfield, Florida

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question. This Shinko 705 Motorcycle Tire is made to fit dual sport motorcycles, that have ability to go off road.

        Answered on 8/28/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      is this tire for front
      Asked on 8/23/2012 by none from auburn ky

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question. The drop down menu specifies the application of the tire. The tire can be used for front and rear applications.

        Answered on 8/24/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      This tire is listed as tubless and I need a tube type. Can I run this tire with a tube?
      Asked on 7/29/2012 by Rider Ron from Branson, MO

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thanks for the question. The designation of "Tube Type" means that the tire is made to hold air without a tube, but you can run a tube in the tire without a problem.

        Answered on 7/30/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      what is the difference between tubeless and tube type, and will a tubeless work on a tube type?
      Asked on 6/22/2012 by ARLIN from United States

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thanks for writing in! Tube type requires a tube be used with a tire. You can use a tube in a tubeless tire, you just cannot run without a tube in a tube type tire.

        Answered on 7/3/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      I am considering this tire for my '98 Honda XR400R. It's street legal and I'd like to ride it primarily on road. It says the tire sizes are Front: 80/100 - 18 and Rear: 110/100 - 17. Can you tell me what size is compatible with my bike?
      Asked on 6/13/2012 by Johann from MI

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thanks for your question! Based on the tire sizes, these will not be compatible for your machine.

        Answered on 6/26/2012 by Anonymous
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