Cheng Shin C755 Off Road Rear Tire

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$24.99 - $44.99 MSRP $32.00 - $61.00

Rating 4.45 of 5 (13 Reviews)

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Cheng Shin C755 Off Road Rear Tire
  • Patterned after popular motocross tread designs
  • Provides stability on rugged surfaces
  • Tough 4-Ply construction
  • Tube type
*Note: 5.30-17, 4.60-18 and 5.30-18 are 6-Ply



  • Item # 15077
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Great item - completed my '75 Rupp RMX 125 restore for Mick Rupp. He was very pleased with my selection of these tires. Thanks again!

Buddy Baker - June 08, 2009

(Mansfield, OH)

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Long lasting and inexpensive.

I was reading through an old Dirt Rider magazine when I came across a letter submitted by an older wiser desert rider. He said get a C755 if you want a tire that will last forever and not cost too much. He was right. The other brands are just coming out with tires like this and are twice as expensive. This tire has been around for a long time and spits rocks with the best of them but doesn't wear out fast. The side wall are a little stiffer than other brands so run about 10 lbs and it will feel right. Ride western Colorado!!

Dan - July 17, 2009

(Delta, CO)

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Chuck Bordenave

Good product

chuck bordenave - August 17, 2009

(Prescott Valley, AZ)

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works great

i needed a tire for a vintage that dont get out much and get rode hard for the price its just what i needed

Gary - August 24, 2012

(edgewood, NM)

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I have to say I'm impressed,this tire is quite the buy. It's great in the area I ride in. It's real tough on the rocks n gravel,and the tread is exellent. Why I like it so much I'm buying one for the front wheel. I give it a 5 star thumbs up.

keith - November 08, 2012

(tonopah, AZ)

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Like this tire partly for the price. Mostly for how well it works in all kinds of riding. Got four rides on the C755, shows little wear. I aired it down to ride some gnarly roots. When I checked the Press, once home the gauge read zero. Pretty stiff tire but with low pressure, 4, 5 or 6 it flexes enough to ride some pretty good and gnarly roots, rocks, loose stuff. I would buy another.

Scott - November 28, 2012

(Poulsbo, WA)

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It wore out pretty fast

I've had this tire on my Crf450r for a couple months and the knobs have less than half life left in them. I will go with the Dunlop Hard terrain next time, this one didn't last long

Josh - May 24, 2010

(Moriarty, NM)

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For the money, they are sweet.

I bought two of these rear tires and installed them on my drz400sm. Yes I know two rear tires.... they work pretty good actually. For 88 bucks shipped I have a dirt bike that gets around ok.

Sam Chesnut - December 03, 2009

(Mount Vernon, WA)

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Very good tire for the soft terrain found in NW Florida. MUCH better than dual sport factory tire on my DR650. It is showing pretty good wear after only 2 rides, but I think it is from street riding. I noticed that it is easy to slide/spin on the street, so I have revised my riding style to be more conservative with the off-road tire when on the pavement. Slides very controllably during turns on fire roads.

Jim - June 28, 2010

(Pensacola, FL)

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Will take lots of punishment

I run these 5.30/17 front and rear on my DR725 (yes, my front tire is huge). I like these and the Kenda copy (5.10) because they are tough and will handle lots of torque. My bike can kill a fair share of dirt tires in 1 ride due to the weight, torque and how I treat them. Plus, the stiff sidewalls pretty much rule out pinch flats and if you do get a puncture, they will get you back to town with 0psi. There are trade-offs of course, they sound like truck mudders on the street (who cares though) and the stiff sidewall make for a stiff ride. Don't hook up quite as well as the high $ tires, but then they aren't high $ tires.

aaron - August 04, 2010

(eagle, ID)

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Cheap but effective

Title says it all. Dirt bike tires wear out.

Andrei - June 28, 2010

(Layton, UT)

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On my CRF250X

I don't think this tire is true round. I've had a devil of a time seating the bead, and the tire has a noticeable wump-wump-wump while being ridden.

Gabriel - July 30, 2013

(Ridgecrest, CA)

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This tire works better than it should.

I am cheap...but this tire is working better than it should on every surface except pavement. I did a 100 miles non-stop fast run in deep dune sand and then 100 miles in muddy Pacwest single track. Tire performed flawlessly and I was climbing hills I had no business climbing. For the money?? Great tire. But I have always had pretty good luck with Cheng Shins.

Paul - February 01, 2010

(Oceanside, OR)

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