Mark (Culver Cityc )
I installed front and rear around June 2015. The ride has been great. Smooth, stable at high speeds, good on Freeway or Twisty mountain roads. The front still has good thread and more miles to go. However, the rear seems to have worn faster. May need to replace rears soon, but front seems good. I would buy these again, but wondering if Rear 180-70/15 may not be as good tread life as the Dunlap I had on before. Price is clearly better.
Ray (New Ulm )
I'm putting on my 5th set, replacing my 4th set of Shinko 777 HD's on my Ultra. These tires are incredible, at any cost! But the price is a real bonus! A set of tires, WWW at that, for less than the price of a rear tire at the dealer! That equals a lot of extra beers in my belly!! Another plus!! I get 6500 - 8000 miles on the rear, 2 x's that on the front. (Actually, I can get 16,000 - 20,000 on the front, but don't want to get down into the 'body' rubber on the tire). I do a lot of touring riding, 15,000 - 18,000 miles a year. So, 2 rear tires to 1 front tire, that's the way I order them, 2 rear, 1 front, then I'm set for a while. The grip is great, dry, wet, riding in the rain, no worry, great grip! Tread life, no problem, better than the Dunflops I was running! The WWW are excellent! Get a bottle of Bleche-White whitewall cleaner, follow the directions, they will stay just as white as new until you wear them out. Don't wait 6 or 8 months to clean them though! Like anything else, they will stain. The blue coating on the WWW when new can be difficult to get off. At your local car wash, try soaking the blue with Tire Cleaner and/or Engine Degreaser, then pressure washing with the soap on. Works pretty well for me. BTW, the HD in the tire description does NOT stand for Harley-Davidson! It stands for Heavy Duty, i.e., heavier sidewall and tread carcass. The 777 HD is designed and fabricated for large baggers (touring bikes) that generally carry a load, 2 up, clothes, gear, etc. Heavy Duty for heavy loads on the highway, lots of speed, lots of miles. If your riding a bagger or other large bike mostly around town or on short trips, you may find the 777 (not HD) to be a better match for your bike. Lastly, don't look at the 777 as a 'cheap tire', it isn't! It a well engineered, well designed, well constructed tire at a great price! Try them, I know you'll like them!
Paul (Mesa )
To be honest I've never bought anything but Dunlop due to lack of choices for my Honda. Originally had black walls but bike looks so much better with the white. I have no complaints just wish they didn't wear-out so fast (6K miles they start to slip big time) Apprehensive about trying the Chinese tires; only because of price would I consider it. My riding style is not aggressive but the back roads out here are like sand paper on all tires. Same problem with my BMW 3 series. Switching to Michelin helped. I feel stuck because of the unique size my motorcycle requires Michelin's not available.
nick (navaree )
As always a super tire! Delivery and pricing was better than superb as well! Fresh manufacture date and as expected the thing sticks like glue... in any weather or road surface. 3rd set of Dunlops from the MSSStore that I've purchased and will continue to purchase tires from MMSS for as long as I can. Thank you, ~ always a pleasure, ....nikki
Richard (Eastvale )
Looks good on my 011' Limited plus I got over 25,000 mi. I'll be buying them again as long as my bike is on the road!
Dino Sappe (Baker City )
I've had great luck with these dunlop 402 tires front and rear. The service was great, ordered on Monday and had it on Teusday Thanks Dino