Continental Conti Tour Rear Tire

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    Continental Conti Tour Rear Tire
    • Dresser-strong, 6 plyrated, double belted construction provides high load rating
    • Bold, raised black lettering on sidewalls for a custom look
    • Provides a smooth ride but delivers firmness needed for cornering and braking
    • Used by Harley riders for many years
    • Can be matched with the Conti Milestone
    • H-rated for speeds up to 130 mph

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    What Other Riders Are Saying...

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    Good traction but terrible tire life!

    I put a Continental TK17 on the rear of my '99 Kawasaki Vulcan Drifter and have scrupulously maintained the pressure by checks each week. It started out with 10/32" of center tread and after 3,000 miles they only have 3/32" left. I DO NOT abuse my tires, they cost too much for that. No more Contis for me!

    smokey s. - March 09, 2013

    (marshall, MO)

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    Love these tires

    I've used Conti Tour & K112 tires on all my superglides since the early 80s. I've ridden other bikes with other tires & for me, there is no other tire I feel more comfortable with. I like to wind up the throttle, lean into turns @ speed. My only wish is that Conti could maintain the characteristics & improve tire life. I guess 8000 -9000 MPRT is a small price to pay for confidence & performance.

    Peter D. - November 19, 2012

    (Long Island-NYC, NY)

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    Great tire and worth every penny

    I was apprehensive about spending a lot on this tire given my past experiences with Dunlops and Michelins for my Road King. Right out of the gate you can visible see a deeper tread pattern in the rubber vs the duns's or mich's and way more grip. I feel comfortable getting on the throttle now when coming out of a corner and not having to worry if the back end is going to break loose. After putting 1K on these tires they have great grip and even wear.

    Randy - August 30, 2012

    (Wilmington, NC)

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    I purchased the same tire in April 2003 and paid $87.00 for it including shipping cost. This time around the tire cost $127.99, which is a $40.99 jump in cost. The tire has performed well for me and I would buy it again as I 've done here for my 1983 Goldwing Interstate.

    Patrick M. - August 31, 2011

    (Woodburn, OR)

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    vm

    I have used this tire on my yamaha vmax and have liked it very well. I've gone through 2 set. I am trying a set of bridgestones this time only to see if I can get more mileage from the tire life. I've been getting about 8-8500 miles and that is with some hard torque, freeway, general riding, and some high speed. Also had the front tire that matched the rear, same review as rear. Now I'm trying it on my 86 gl1200 goldwing and some reasons for the high-load rating.

    arlin - July 08, 2011

    (blackfoot, ID)

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    best

    best tire I ever bought (06 flhx). I put 10,000/mi. a year. Get 11,000 and change out of rear. front has 21,000 and pass ins. at hd dealer. great in wet, dry, corning.

    michael - July 06, 2011

    (phoenixville, PA)

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    Conti-tour tires

    Oooooo yes this is the real tire for heavy touring bikes!

    A J - March 17, 2011

    (Lanett, Al., AL)
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