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Shinko is on fire currently with their 12" tire offering, and we just took a truckload of the new stuff, including whitewalls and the all new Mobber!

From now through the weekend, take 10% off your entire cart, as long as it includes Shinko product. Coupon code "SHINKO". https://mnnthbx.com/product-category/tires/

 

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Shinko is on fire currently with their 12" tire offering, and we just took a truckload of the new stuff, including whitewalls and the all new Mobber!

From now through the weekend, take 10% off your entire cart, as long as it includes Shinko product. Coupon code "SHINKO". https://mnnthbx.com/product-category/tires/
Does Shinko have any alternatives to Michelin Power Pure? I want a performance street tire.


AWESOME! Was literally going to message you guys today,,, Mind readers lol

Used coupon on this today cant wait to get them, been mowing it over for months now. Your guys design IMO is the best of the choices available...

NOPE! not lowering either,,, Thanks guys good looking out

https://www.hondagrom.net/forums/28-mnnthbx/18433-new-mnnthbx-swingarm-extensions.html
I wanna see the stretch on a stock height Grom! Please post photos once it's installed.
 

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Here is what a Shinko SR007 when installed on a grom. My Frankenstein yell/wht grom being slowly put back together. The rear tire is 140/70-12 and front is 110/70-12. Shinko does not make a 120/70-12 tire.

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rear tire clears rear fender no problem
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front looks normal compared to a OEM tire
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up close rear fender clearance 140/70-12
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up close front tire clearance 110/70-12
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rims are stock 2014 which was stripped of the black paint, rear fender is the stock fender that will be re-painted silver.
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Consider the Shinko SR428. We have two industry pro riders who use and LOVE this tire. One of them, sponsored by Bridgestone.....
They're kind of an odd, enduro looking tire. How's the profile compared to the stock IRC tires?

Also, which sizes would you recommend to keep it as close to stock as possible?
 

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They're kind of an odd, enduro looking tire. How's the profile compared to the stock IRC tires?

Also, which sizes would you recommend to keep it as close to stock as possible?
Nothing strange about the profile. Most who ride hard would consider it the best tire in their line-up. They're only available in 120F and 130R, which is the optimal replacement for the OE size.
 
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