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Dunlop Special Offer Rebate on Geomax Tires
Buffalo, NY: Dunlop is announcing a special, limited-time rebate of up to $50 with the purchase of four Geomax® tires. Eligible purchases include a wide range of Dunlop’s Geomax off-road line. In addition to this rebate, purchasers of three or four tires will also receive a pair of race style Geomax tire stickers for every tire purchased—as many as eight tire stickers!
This rebate covers the Geomax MX11™, MX31™, MX51™, MX51FA™ and MX71™. With one tire purchased the rebate is $10; for two tires $20; for three tires $30 and for four Geomax tires the rebate tops out at $50. This consumer mail-in rebate will be paid in the form of a Visa® Prepaid Card, and the offer is valid on tire purchases made between September 1 and October 31, 2013—so act quickly.
The Geomax line of premium off-road tires is the product of more than 128 national championships Dunlop has earned in the dirt, including every AMA Pro Supercross and Motocross title in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. Whether your focus is on competition, weekend play riding or anything in between when you choose Dunlop Geomax tires, you can enjoy some of the same advantages that pro riders depend on.
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Dunlop is the largest supplier of original equipment and replacement motorcycle tires in the U.S. and the only manufacturer of motorcycle tires in North America. With North American operations located in Buffalo, NY, Dunlop has been making and selling high-quality tires in the U.S. since 1923. For more information, visit

Dunlop Dunlop Harley-Davidson D402 Tire - Rear - MU85B16, Speed Rating: H, Tire Type: Street, Tire Construction: Bias, Position: Rear, Tire Size: MU85-16, Rim Size: 16, Load Rating: 77, Tire Application: Touring 301723
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
2009-03-25 09:41:17 by macandwhisper

Fix a flat should be for emergencies only

If you do use-tell the shop if you when you bring it in. Some of the shops I've worked at charged extra if somebody had used that stuff-especially if they didn't tell us.
If it's older bike-chances are tires have suffered. Look closely at tires for fine cracks from rubber drying out and dry rotting. If tires (whole motorcycle!) wasn't stored properly, rubber (tires+o-rings, seals, etc) deteriote over time.
Let us know kind of bike-should have id sticker on frame towards steering head or under seat. How long it has been since last ridden, etc.
If you are looking for cheap tires for an older bike-check

2011-01-03 18:51:18 by author_unknown

All I'm saying is

I looked at a bunch of reviews before I bought them.
Shinko, I think a South Korean company, bought the yokohama motorcycle tire line, from the molds to the processes and tread compounds.
Of the 3 tires I've bought, none needed weights to be balanced. They are quieter than the Dunlops they replaced, and feel like they have a firmer sidewall. All were round and unblemished. They are more comfortable running in rain than I am. I have no reason to believe they are anything but safe.
The many reviews from those who have bought them from the Motorcycle Superstore were uniformly positive

Dunlop Dunlop D404 Tire - Front - 130/90-16, Load Rating: 67, Tire Application: Cruiser, Speed Rating: H, Tire Type: Street, Tire Construction: Bias, Position: Front, Rim Size: 16, Tire Size: 130/90-16 32KY40
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  • NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s)...
  • Tread compound delivers excellent balance of mileage and grip
  • Front and rear tread patterns designed to deliver outstanding water evacuation and wet grip
  • Bias-ply construction designed to deliver excellent load-carrying capacity as well as a smooth ride for maximum comfort
  • Offset center groove delivers excellent straight-line stability
Continental Continental Conti K112 Twins Classic Rear Motorcycle Tire-4.00-18
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  • Model: Twins Classic
Dunlop Dunlop K555 Tire - Rear - 170/80H-15 - Wide White Wall, Tire Type: Street, Tire Construction: Bias, Position: Rear, Rim Size: 15, Tire Size: 170/80-15, Load Rating: 77, Speed Rating: H, Tire Application: Cruiser 401998
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)...
  • OE on Honda Magna and VTX 1300/1800, Shadow and ACE, PC800, Kawasaki ZL600, Suzuki Intruder and Yamaha V-Star 1100 Custom
  • Tubeless

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