Dunlop HD Motorcycle Tires

CONSUMER TIRE REBATE FROM HARLEY-DAVIDSON® AND DUNLOP® | Chromed

Set includes 1 Front and 1 Rear Dunlop Elite 3 tire
Radial Tires:
These radial touring tires deliver great mileage and handling for all big radial-shod touring motorcycles. Wear resistance is substantially improved with more even wear characteristics providing increased mileage, plus great traction. The E3 tread pattern provides class-leading wet-pavement performance, even while riding through large puddles of standing water. Special tread pattern is not affected by rain grooves or steel bridge decks, resulting in less front-end hunting and more consistent feel. The E3's sport-derived profile provides a lively response in turn transitions and a solid feel through turns for confident cornering. Includes extra-wide and custom sizes 240/40R18, 250/40R18 with good looks and great handling and performance for custom motorcycles. Bias Tires:
Complete range of bias and belted-bias high-mileage premium touring tires to replace the 491 Elite II in like sizes with black sidewalls. The bias-ply Elite 3 features a tire profile modeled after the shape of modern radial-construction tires and shares many of the same benefits. The weight rating of the E3 rear tire for the Honda GL1500 is increased to 992 pounds for greater load carrying capacity. The high-mileage E3 bias and bias-belted tires suit a wide range of large-displacement touring motorcycles as well as a majority of the most popular cruiser bikes available.

  • Improved performance and long life, the next generation of long-distance tires
  • New E3 tread pattern gives class-leading performance in the rain; handling is not affected by rain grooves, steel bridge decks or tar strips
  • Solid feel inspires more confidence in the corners
  • Blackwall
  • H-Rated: for speeds up to 130 m.p.h.
  • V-Rated: for speeds up to 149 m.p.h.
  • 2008-03-16 19:18:24 by lrdoflamancha

    I want some of what ever this guy is smoking.

    2000 Yamaha Royal Star Venture - MINT
    Original Owner since new, ALWAYS Garaged, Very well maintained, Synthetic Motorcycle Oil in Engine and Synthetic Gear lube. New Battery
    Brand New Front & Rear Dunlop Tires, Front Brakes and Rear Rotor and Brakes
    Only 21,000 miles, 1294cc V4 ( from each side has look of Big V-twin)
    I have 2 Yamaha windshields, 1 Large, 1 slightly smaller, Added Yamaha Light Bar and rear chrome luggage rack. GORGEOUS two tone red.
    AM/FM/Cassette - 4 speaker system /CB,Cruise Control, also has driver and passenger plugs for helmet communication system

    Dunlop Dunlop American Elite HD Touring Tire - Rear - 180/65B16, Position: Rear, Speed Rating: H, Load Rating: 81, Tire Application: Touring, Tire Size: 180/65-16, Tire Construction: Bias, Tire Type: Street, Rim Size: 16 31AE57
    Automotive Parts and Accessories (Dunlop)
    • NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s)...
    • Premium replacement H-D touring tires
    • The only replacement motorcycle tire for Harley-Davidson bikes that is designed in America, made in America and tested in America
    • Multi-Tread (MT) rear tire built with long-wearing compound in center of tread and lateralgrip compound in each shoulder to maximize cornering performance
    • All-new tread design provides even tread wear and quiet operation in all conditions, both wet and dry
    Dunlop Dunlop Harley-Davidson D402 Tire - Front - MT90B16 TL - Wide White Wall, Speed Rating: H, Tire Type: Street, Tire Construction: Bias, Position: Front, Tire Size: MT90-16, Rim Size: 16, Load Rating: 72, Tire Application: Touring 302291
    Automotive Parts and Accessories (Dunlop)
    • NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s)...
    • Engineered and tested with Harley-Davidson to provide maximum performance for touring bikes
    • 3-ply polyester casing with 2 fiberglass belts for greater load-carrying capability and stability
    • Offset center groove improves confidence in wet conditions
    • Made in USA
    Dunlop Dunlop American Elite HD Touring Front Motorcycle Tire NWW 130/80-17 32AE81
    Automotive Parts and Accessories (Dunlop)
    • Premium replacement H-D touring tires
    • The only replacement motorcycle tire for Harley-Davidson bikes that is designed in America, made in America and tested in America
    • Multi-Tread (MT) rear tire built with long-wearing compound in center of tread and lateralgrip compound in each shoulder to maximize cornering performance
    • All-new tread design provides even tread wear and quiet operation in all conditions, both wet and dry
    • H-rated for speeds up to 130 mph

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