Shinko 540 Mud/Sand Rear Tire

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Shinko 540 Mud/Sand Rear Tire

  • Shinko off road tires feature a high carbon compound in a variety of models to suit all terrain conditions
  • For extremely soft terrain (mud/sand)
  • Wide spaced knobs shed mud quickly
  • Tall aggressive tread pattern for increased traction in the nastiest conditions
  • Item # 5294
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These are excellent sand and mud tires. Perfect for Florida conditions. Super aggressive but still held up on the street sections of the dual sport rides I've attended.

Jim - May 13, 2016

(Land O Lakes, FL)

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Shinko 540

Put on a Yamaha ttr 230. Seems to hold up very good in sand and sharp rocks. I have had these for over a year now and still no flats.

brad - January 8, 2014

(magdalena , NM)

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Mr

These babies really dig into the sand and dirt. Just what I needed in the Arizona desert.

Alan - December 10, 2013

(Tucson, AZ)

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HOLE SHOT

AWESOME TIRE FOR SOFT CONDITIONS. GREAT VALUE.

jeff - January 17, 2013

(santa cruz, CA)

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Great value

I used this tire almost the whole hare scramble race season on a Honda 150rb (2 in fact). They resist tearing the knobs and corner well and dig great. Because they are directional, we only use them about 2 or 3 races, but they wear as well as any tire we've used. They work in all types of terrain, but mud is their specialty!

Jim - November 19, 2012

(Jasper, NY)

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Not a long lasting tire, but it is great while it lasts

I mounted this tire for a harescramble this is notorious for sand. This tire was awesome. I literally lost the competition because this tire threw up so much sand roost from my ktm 300. Even in the deepest sand it would spin for a brief moment and dig in and climb like a tractor. However I could tell that the knobs wore pretty good following the race & it even chunked one. It would be really cool if they made this same tire in a hard compound I would run it religously.

Al - August 28, 2012

(Bham, AL)

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great value!

I'm using this on a pair of 150Rs riden by my teenage sons racing hare scrambles. So far they are a good value ...they hold up fairly well and get good traction on soft to intermediate terrain. Now that its dry here they are starting to tear off some knobs but thats not the tire's fault, just the terrain. Great in the mud and handles roots well!

Jim B - July 31, 2012

(Jasper, NY)

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Sick kicks!

This is the best tire I have ever had! I put it on my YZ250 and it grabs like a mother! It’s super awesome in turns, and grabs so hard that the bike just wants to leave me behind. The only complaint I have about the tire is that all my friends can’t ever pass me due to how much dirt this thing throws! Ha ha. This thing digs better than a backhoe. Winning is not such a bad thing I guess!

JM - March 30, 2011

(Pascagoula, MS)

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Rear tire review

The Shinko 540 is undersized compared to other tires the same size, however, the overall performance is good with excellent traction and stick in the corners. I have run the Dunlop 756 in the past and this works very close to the same.

Sam M. - December 16, 2010

(Hemet, CA)

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shinko

Tires works awsome

manny - September 23, 2010

(yuma, AZ)

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Shinko Holeshot

tire was cheap and held up great. I’m use to buying 85 dollar tires that don’t last nearly as long. Even though its a sand and mud tire it seemed to work real decent on the hard pack

craig - August 4, 2010

(sodus, NY)

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Shinko 540 mud/sand

Not very durable, knobs are ripping off in the center of the tire and this is only after 150 miles; I have it on only two weeks.

brad - August 4, 2010

(vergennes, VT)