Shinko 777 Whitewall Rear Tire

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          Shinko 777 Whitewall Rear Tire

          Item # 114795

          Description

          Shinko 777 Whitewall Rear Tire

          The 777 was specifically designed for cruiser machines.

          • H rated (130 mph)
          • Tubeless, 4 or 6 ply design

          Comparison Chart


          ModelShinko 777Michelin Commander IIAvon Cobra ChromeMetzeler ME 888 Marathon UltraDunlop American Elite H-D
          AffordabilityMost AffordableAffordableAffordableLess AffordableLess Affordable
          ConstructionBiasBias, RadialBias, RadialBias, RadialBias
          Size Count3033

          68

          70

          30

          Rim Sizes 15-2615-2115-2315-2616-21
          Type TLTT / TLTT / TLTLTL
          Notable FeaturesAramid belted for extra stability and load capacity, improved tractionHigh density, stiffer frame, can last for up to 25,000 milesGreat wet braking and handling, larger footprint, improved lifeMade for distance, stiffer tread design, abrasion resistanceMulti -Tread rear-tire technology for great handling and high mileage
          Whitewall
          Speed RatingH, VH, V, W, SH, V, WH, V, W, SH, V
          Warranty2 years from DOT or 1 from purchase6 years7 yearsLifetime6 years

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          Reviews

          Rated 5 out of 5 by from Found my tire! I just finished a 1,500km (900mi) "test" trip on my '08 Shadow 750. These tires (front & back), are better than a good day of fishing. No, they're better than bragging to your friend about your "first time". Scratch that, these tires will make your bike like s3x on wheels! Absolutely no fighting the road. Zero. None. No grabbing cracks on the road, filled in cracks, painted lines, NOTHING! I was riding down Grand Canyons in the middle of the road, and these tires didn't even think about flinching, unlike my old tires that grabbed absolutely everything. Cornering was excellent and smooth. I didn't run into any rain on my trip, but I'm not too worried about that after reading other reviews from people who had. I absolutely will not even try any other tire. I have also started recommending these tires to everyone I know already. So, stop looking, and just buy these tires! You won't regret it.
          Date published: 2017-07-30
          Rated 5 out of 5 by from surprisingly good tire This tire has been great in dry roads, smooth, lots of traction. Today I had to ride on very wet roads, got caught in a thunderstorm, and I have to say that I was completely surprised by how much traction these tires have on water soaked roads. It felt like I was riding on a dry road. No slipping or sliding. Overall I'd say you won't regret having them on.
          Date published: 2016-05-28
          Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great replacement so far I had a Shinko 777 front tire installed on my 2016 Road Glide mid August and just completed a 5000km trip through Wyoming, Colorado and Montana and back into Alberta. So far very impressed with tire and is much smoother than the stock Dunlop. Soaks up the small bumps easily and doesn't track the far snakes as you ride over them...during the trip we had dry and wet roads. I was most impressed with this and the smoothness of the tire. My only reason I give the rating a 4 is because I don't how long the tire will last. My dunlops got 25000+km. If these make that mileage then they are keepers for my type of riding mostly.
          Date published: 2017-09-03
          Rated 5 out of 5 by from great tires!!!!! previously had Dunlops(stock) then Metzler's and lastly Avons on my 2001 HD heritage ...installed 2 new wide white"s on suggestion of a great Tech and WOW this thing has never handled so well and seems to soak up those annoying road cracks to the point were you hardly notice ....corner turn in is very smooth and consistent and the floorboards grind way before there is any hint of traction loss ( and my other bike is a Aprilia RSV4 so I know what that is ..lol.....very happy
          Date published: 2015-12-05
          Rated 4 out of 5 by from Colorado bound-now home I bought this tire mid august and immediately left on 5000 km road trip to southern Colorado and back to Alberta. The tire performed very well and was extremely smooth compared to stock Dunlop. I covered mostly hot dry roads but did have some rain along with about 15 miles of fresh chip seal gravel. No problems with either rain or the chip seal. The tire performs extremely well going over or following tar snakes and does not track them. The only reason for giving the tire a 4 is that I do not know how many miles i will get out of it. If it lasts as good as the Dunlop, it is a keeper. Right now it looks good with very little noticeable wear after this trip.
          Date published: 2017-09-08
          Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product for the price i bought this tire last year and I have to admit, for the cost, you can't beat this tire. well worth the money. just as good as any other at 1/2 the cost.
          Date published: 2016-05-01
          Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rapport Qualité prix A+ Je ne connaissais pas Shinko avant de commander ce pneu, et je suis plus que surpris par la qualité de construction et la rigidité structurelle de la carcasse. Comportement routier excellent, reste a comparer la longévité.....
          Date published: 2017-02-10
          Rated 1 out of 5 by from Low cost - Low life Worst tire in terms of longevity that I have ever tried in over 40 years of riding. I Bought the front and rear wide whitewalls for my 2010 Soft-tail Deluxe at the beginning of the 2018 riding season. Used them for about 4 months (the length of our season here in Cape Breton). About 3 weeks into the 2019 season I noticed the rear was pretty well done. I got about 6,500 KM from the rear tire, and I do not ride aggressively at all. The front tire still looks OK, good for maybe 2,000 km more. I can't complain about handling, comfort or noise from the tires, but the tread life is pathetic. The Shinko's were lower priced than the Metzler or Dunlop. I guess the old saying holds with this Shinko tire - you get what you pay for.
          Date published: 2019-06-27
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          Questions

          i would like to run these tires on my 04 vulcan 1500 but i think i need a tube tire because i have spokes can i still run with this tire on my bike????

          Asked by: shabs
          I have a new set on my 96 Vulcan. I'm taking the front one off. I have had front end wobble at both low and high speeds and I can feel it under certain wind conditions before it starts.
          Answered by: Boxer
          Date published: 2015-05-24

          I was wondering what the load rating for 150/80-16 model 777 is. I will be putting them on a 2008 Electraglide

          Asked by: Gunner
          Hi Gunner, According to Shinko, the 777, in 150/80-16 has a load index of 77. Maximum load: 908. ~Emily, Customer Service, Canada's Motorcycle
          Answered by: Emily
          Date published: 2017-01-27

          Will this rear tire fit an 1996 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 classic vn 1500D I have a 150/80/16 Dunlop white wall but it’s getting bad just wondering if this is a good tire 

          Asked by: Tyler
          Yes, any rear tire that is available in the size "150/80-16" will fit your bike. The Shinko 777's are a great compatible option to some of the Dunlop cruiser tires, at a slightly lower price. They may not get quite as much mileage as the Dunlop tire though
          Answered by: LeeH
          Date published: 2019-10-03

          I have a 2003 Vulcan 1500, I saw in an earlier post that these tires are not "recommended" for my bike. Is there any reason these tires will not work fine on my bike? I see reviews from other customers with virtually the same type of bike. 

          Asked by: Jphkelowna
          I've had these on my 06 Vulcan 1500 Classic for a couple seasons and I have no complaints .These were on the bike when I purchased it. Great wear and ride . Was looking to purchase another pair of the same .
          Answered by: Mark
          Date published: 2015-05-07

          I ride a 2007 yamaha silverado 1100, will these (shinko w/w 777) work with my bike. I plan on using both front and rear of the same tire.

          Asked by: Diver
          If you are riding a 2007 Yamaha Silverado 1100 Classic, then both the front and rear Shinko 777 Whitewall tires will fit. If you are riding a 2007 Yamaha Silverado 1100 Custom, then only the rear tire is available in the size you need. The front tire is NOT available as a 110/90-18.
          Answered by: Simon Canadas Motorcycle
          Date published: 2015-06-18

          Are these tires Radials or Bias ply?

          Asked by: Robert
          These are bias-ply tires.
          Answered by: Katia
          Date published: 2017-08-03

          Can I use this tire on my 2001 RoadStar 1600. Came factory with Spoke wheels. I am told I can use it with an tube inside??

          Asked by: Al2505
          Hi, The Shinko 777 Whitewall Front Tire, size: 130/90-16 will fit on your 2001 Roadstar 1600. This is a tubeless tire, but can be used with or without a tube. ~Emily , Customer Service, Canada's Motorcycle
          Answered by: Emily
          Date published: 2017-07-11

          what would the tube size be for 100/90-19 tire?

          Asked by: falcon
          Tube size will always be the same as the tire size 
          Answered by: thekrust
          Date published: 2019-10-09
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