Shinko SR714 Front - Rear Scooter Tire

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Shinko SR714 Front - Rear Scooter Tire

The SR714 is designed as an OEM replacement for mopeds with 80/80-16 and 90/80-16 front and rear tires.
  • Tube Type 4-Ply rating
  • DOT approved
  • P Speed rated (93 mph)
  • Item # 15047
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Overall Rating: 4.75 of 5

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Works Very Well on 2010 Kymco People 150

The Shinkos seem to ride a little better than the original equipment Cheng Shins, and handling is at least as good. Tubeless tires of the correct size and speed range are getting hard to find for the Kymco People 150. I bought a pair of Shinkos from Motorcycle Superstore (SR714 80/80-16 45P front and SR568R 100/80-16 50P rear,) and installed them 100 kilometers ago. Obviously this is no sport bike and there's no 9/10 riding involved. Nonetheless, on tighter turns the Shinkos feel solid and predictable. (I have not ridden on wet pavement and I don't know how long they'll last.) I am very pleased.

Paul M. - May 14, 2014

(Walnut Creek, CA)

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Good tire for the money

So far this tire has proved itself in dry and wet conditions and has proved itself to me so far. I would definitely recommend this tire to anyone. We'll have to wait and see how the tread life holds up, especially with these PA roads.

Brian - December 16, 2013

(Liberty Boro pa, PA)

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SIIDECAR

Works very good on my Velorex. I recommend this tire to all who are looking for a replacement tire.

Bob - September 21, 2012

(Gladwin, MI)

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Slightly too wide on a Tomos Sprint

This was a bear to install, had to heat it up in the oven. Just a little too wide, the chain rubs against it - a little spacer solved that problem. Burly! This tire is going to last, and stand up to rear tire loads, I'm sure. Complements ML75 nicely.

Argee - September 28, 2011

(Camarillo, CA)