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Old 07-28-2011, 10:26 PM   #11 (permalink)
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HAHA You Always Say That . . . no worries . . . it'll be great if you post 'em!
I wasn't thinking of making one big document. Maybe later if its helpful.
I do... I just forget the PM part of the equation ha ha. I'll post when I have it all.
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Shinko 011 Verge

POSITION: Rear
TIRE SIZE: 200/50R17
SPEED RATING: W
RIM SIZE: 17 in.
TIRE WIDTH: 200 mm
RATIO: 50
CONSTRUCTION: Radial
TREAD PATTERN: Sport/Touring
DESCRIPTION: 011 Verge Raidal

Also carry a 190 size as well.

POSITION: Rear
TIRE SIZE: 190/50R17
SPEED RATING: W
RIM SIZE: 17 in.
TIRE WIDTH: 190 mm
RATIO: 50
CONSTRUCTION: Radial
TREAD PATTERN: Sport/Touring
DESCRIPTION: 011 Verge Raidal
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Old 07-29-2011, 01:40 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Bridgestone BT-023 190 going on mine next week. Mistake, or OK?
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Old 07-29-2011, 01:43 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Hey Yamaweezle, does Shinko publish the tire OD and tread depth and all the other stuff like range of rim widths as shown for the other posts in this topic?


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Avon Storm 2 Ultra 200/50ZR17
. Tire Width: 203mm = 7.99"
. Tire Diameter: 630mm = 24.8"
. Tread Depth: 6.8mm = over 8/32"
. Rim Range: 6" - 6.5" (6.25" rec)
. Capacity: 853 pounds
. Weight of Tire: not listed
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Thx for that...
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Bridgestone BT-023 190 going on mine next week. Mistake, or OK?
I would say you made a good choice. They are getting decent reviews on the sport touring boards.
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Old 07-29-2011, 08:18 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Hey Yamaweezle, does Shinko publish the tire OD and tread depth and all the other stuff like range of rim widths as shown for the other posts in this topic?


ref:

Avon Storm 2 Ultra 200/50ZR17
. Tire Width: 203mm = 7.99"
. Tire Diameter: 630mm = 24.8"
. Tread Depth: 6.8mm = over 8/32"
. Rim Range: 6" - 6.5" (6.25" rec)
. Capacity: 853 pounds
. Weight of Tire: not listed
Sorry man...That was the best I could find as of last night. I didn't see that info on Shinko's site, but that doesn't mean it's unattainable. I'll do a better search when I get home from work tonight.
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Old 07-29-2011, 03:47 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Yes I agree, I didn't find it either, so figured I'd ask. Too bad, I'd like to know the tire's actual width, OD, and tread depth, but even a crafty google search parameter doesn't yield anything. No problem.

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Sorry man...That was the best I could find as of last night. I didn't see that info on Shinko's site, but that doesn't mean it's unattainable. I'll do a better search when I get home from work tonight.
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Old 07-29-2011, 09:33 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Michelin Pilot Road 2 190/50ZR17 (Dual Tread Compound 40%/20%40%):
. Tire Width (in use): 203mm = 7.99"
. Tire Diameter (in use): 636mm = 25.04"
. Tread Depth: 9/32"
. Rim Range: 6.00"
. Capacity: 805 pounds
. Weight of Tire: Not Listed

Michelin Pilot Road 3 190/50ZR17 (Dual Tread Compound 40%/20%/40%):
. Tire Width (in use): 203mm = 7.99"
. Tire Diameter (in use): 636mm = 25.04"
. Tread Depth: 9/32"
. Rim Range: 6.00"
. Capacity: 805 pounds
. Weight of Tire: Not Listed

Michelin Pilot Power 2CT 190/50ZR17 (Dual Tread Compound 11%/78%/11%):
. Tire Width (in use): 203mm = 7.99"
. Tire Diameter (in use): 622mm = 24.48"
. Tread Depth: 7/32"
. Rim Range: 6.00"
. Capacity: 805 pounds
. Weight of Tire: Not Listed

Michelin Pilot Power "Super Sport" 190/50ZR17 (Mono-Compound 100%)
. Tire Width (in use): 203mm = 7.99"
. Tire Diameter (in use): 622mm = 24.48"
. Tread Depth: 7/32"
. Rim Range: 6.00"
. Capacity: 805 pounds
. Weight of Tire: Not Listed

Michelin Power Pure "Super Sport" 190/50ZR17 (Dual Tread Compound 40%/20%/40%)
. Tire Width (in use): 203mm = 7.99"
. Tire Diameter (in use): 622mm = 24.48"
. Tread Depth: 6/32"
. Rim Range: 6.00"
. Capacity: 805 pounds
. Weight of Tire: Not Listed

Bridgestone Battlax BT-023 Sport Touring 190/50ZR17 (Dual Tread Compound)
. Tire Width: 192mm = 7.56"
. Tire Diameter: 629mm = 24.76"
. Tread Depth: Not Listed
. Rim Range: 6.00"
. Capacity: 805 pounds
. Weight of Tire: Not Listed

Bridgestone Battlax BT-021 Sport Touring 190/50ZR17 (Mono-Compound)
. Tire Width: 194mm = 7.637"
. Tire Diameter: 629mm = 24.76"
. Tread Depth: Not Listed
. Rim Range: 6.00"
. Capacity: 805 pounds
. Weight of Tire: Not Listed

Bridgestone Battlax BT-020 Radial 190/50ZR17 (Mono-Compound)
. Tire Width: 188mm = 7.40"
. Tire Diameter: 631mm = 24.84"
. Tread Depth: Not Listed
. Rim Range: 6.00"
. Capacity: 805 pounds
. Weight of Tire: Not Listed

More to come, Continental is next up...
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The entire motorcycle tire industry seems to be jumping on the dual-compound bandwagon. I like it!
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