Duro - HF 904 Median Dual Sport Rear Tire

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Duro HF 904 Median Dual Sport Rear Tire

  • Dual-Purpose tires made for 60% street and 40% dirt use
  • Excellent on dirt and gravel and bad roads
  • S-rated for 110 MPH
  • Item # 14941
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Duro - HF 904 Median Dual Sport Rear Tire

The rear tire is a little wider and gives it a smooth ride. Great grip on the road in snow, rain and dry road conditions. Handles great on off-road conditions. Great price and great service! I received both tires two days early and then mounted them that day.

Daniel Salinas - February 26, 2009

(Alamogordo, NM)

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duro verses trailwing

the duro is as good as the trailwing and alot less expensive

steve - March 10, 2009

(schenectady, NY)

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Good tire for Harley Sportster scrambler

130/90-16 on the back of a 2005 H-D Sportster 1200R used for light scrambling (fireroads, decent logging roads, etc.) Looks good and works better. Does not look undersized (bike comes with a 150/80 tire). Load rating of 675 lb a good match for bike. Good on pavement. For the price it is a steal. Recommended if you don't need the "fat tire" look but just want a tire that works everywhere on stock 16" rim. Too bad it is made in Taiwan, but Dunlop has nothing comparable.

almiraj - April 19, 2014

(Porter Corners, NY)

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A good balance

A stout all purpose tire with a 60/40 on/off application. Strong side walls and a quiet smooth ride.

Steve - March 24, 2011

(Hermon, ME)

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2000 miles in and plenty of wet weather, I am still happy with the Duro, especially for the price.

Abram - December 07, 2010

(Vaughn, WA)

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800 miles so far, good tire, good price

I ride a 2008 KLR650, 90% street 10% dirt. I replaced an Avon Gripster rear with this HF904. So far, I would rate the Gripster slightly higher on stability and cornering, equal in dry traction. I have yet to ride the Duro in wet weather, and it's too soon to rate the tread life. I'll post again in a few thousand miles; the Gripster lasted about 8,000 miles. For 40 dollars less, I'm happy with the Duro so far. It does give better traction in dirt and gravel than the Gripster, so it is just the tradeoff I was looking for.

Abram - August 06, 2010

(Vaughn, WA)

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Duro HF 904

The knobbys where coming off in chunks. Not too good for a big bike.

Bryan - June 25, 2013

(Bakersfield, CA)

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Stay away

I bought these and put about 300 miles of pavement on them before they chunked about every piece of tread. No wet condition traction.

Zach - October 08, 2009

(Urbana, IL)

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Average tire

Had this for 3 years now and its ok in the dry sections. But once it gets wet , it is a little slippery and sometimes unpredictable. Just a good overall tire.

ramon - December 08, 2011

(pleasanton, CA)

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