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Author Topic: 81 cm400 Knobby tires  (Read 773 times)

Offline sporty_juan

  • Posts: 12
  • Honda's and Harley's
81 cm400 Knobby tires
« on: Feb 16, 2017, 09:52:00 »
Looking to go for a aggressive on off road for my cm400 anybody have experience with different brands or recommendations.  Just put 14.5 rear shocks on so it sits higher here's a pic.
Trav
Lover of all bikes
2004 Sportster
2005 Roadking
1981 CM400

Offline jimbo124

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Re: 81 cm400 Knobby tires
« Reply #1 on: Apr 20, 2017, 16:26:24 »
I have a Bridgestone Trailwing TW40 120/90-16 on the back. And a Shinko 244 Dual Sport Front Size- 3.00-18 on the front. I use them for some trail riding but can easily work on city streets.

Got both of them last spring from Motorcycle-superstore.com for about $120.

Regards

Offline sporty_juan

  • Posts: 12
  • Honda's and Harley's
Re: 81 cm400 Knobby tires
« Reply #2 on: Jan 21, 2018, 08:59:08 »
I have a Bridgestone Trailwing TW40 120/90-16 on the back. And a Shinko 244 Dual Sport Front Size- 3.00-18 on the front. I use them for some trail riding but can easily work on city streets.

Got both of them last spring from Motorcycle-superstore.com for about $120.

Regards

I ended up going with some from cycle gear but they didn't have what I really wanted I ended up getting a Bridgestone Trailwing in the back and Shinko tourmaster up front. Not really what I wanted but I needed tires. I think I will be changing them soon planning on getting different wheels but that's sometime away.
Trav
Lover of all bikes
2004 Sportster
2005 Roadking
1981 CM400