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New Trail Pro 255 110/90R-18 Rear Trials Soft Radial DOT Motorcycle Tire L 61

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Estimated to arrive by Fri, Oct 26th

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Replacement product available within 30 days

Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Placement on Vehicle
Rear
Brand
Shinko
Manufacturer Part Number
87-4290
Load Rating
61
Speed Rating
L
Rim Diameter
18in.
Sidewall
Blackwall
Type
255 Trail Pro
Rear Tire Size
110/90-18
Quantity
1

About this item

  • With its super soft compound, with a highly flexible radial carcass, the 255 Trail Pro provides excellent grip on rocks and other slick terrain. Ideal for technical singletrack terrain. *CAUTION: The 255 Trail Pro is a D.O.T. approved tire but is not recommended for commuter/continuous highway use. It is a tire for serious off road and trials applications and can be legally used "on highway" to connect off road trail heads. For dual sport use, we recommend the Shinko 241, 244, 700 or 705 series tires.
    Super soft compound with a highly flexible radial carcass, provides excellent grip on rocks and other slick terrain

    • Lightweight, reduces un-sprung weight for improved performance and maneuverability
    • Works excellent in gnarly single-track terrain
    • Available in 18” and 19” rear radial sizes
    • 19” size allows use by most all full size motocross bikes without changing rear rims
    • DOT approved






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