Dunlop D404 Rear Motorcycle Tire

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Dunlop D404 Rear Motorcycle Tire
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Dunlop D404 Rear Motorcycle Tire

Our Price: $78.28$127.44

MSRP: $118.13 - $192.32 - You save up to $64.88 (34% off)

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    The Dunlop D404 tire expands size range to include most modern and older metric cruisers, and at the price range, this is a cause for celebration. The tread compound balances longevity and grip to offer the best of both worlds, while the tread patterns themselves are optimized for wet weather traction. Bias-ply construction delivers a smooth ride, making this another great all-around Dunlop tire.

    Dunlop's D404 rear motorcycle tire delivers the quality you expect in a motorcycle tire from one of the most experienced manufacturers of tires in the street bike tire market. Dunlop D404 motorcycle tires come in a wide range of sizes that provide great wear and performance in a motorcycle tire. The Dunlop D404 motorcycle tire comes in both front and rear versions for great compatibility in a motorcycle tire setup.
  • Expanded size range fits a wide variety of older bikes and cruisers.
  • Tread compound delivers excellent balance of mileage and grip.
  • Front and rear tread patterns designed for outstanding water evacuation and wet grip.
  • Bias-ply construction designed to deliver excellent load-carrying capacity as well as a smooth ride for maximum comfort.
  • Offset center groove offers excellent straight-line stability.
  • The Dunlop D404 is not recommended for use on Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

Dunlop D404 Rear Motorcycle Tire Reviews

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Dependable tires
Right now, the Dunlop 404 is the best tire for the money. It is the best mix of the "big three". " Tread life, grip and miles per dollar". Also, my experience has been that all the Dunlops I get are recently manufactured. Some of the higher priced tires (other makes) I have installed for others have had older mfg dates.
December 7, 2008
AL
D404 - Great grip and performace, low mile tire
I've been riding on the Dunlop D404 tires since I bought my bike 7 years ago.

The good: The tire is soft and grips the road like nobody's business. I feel 100% comfortable hitting a sharp turn at high speeds and leaning the bike so far over the pegs scrape, and even then it feels completely stable and solid. Amazing performance in the rain, tho I ride safer during those times I've not noticed any difference in how they grip the road when wet. They don't start feeling soft or squishy as they wear down, either. You can expect the same performance from them until they are completely shot.

The bad: I have to replace them every season, which really starts adding up. I average between 5000 and 8000 on the tires before they need to be replaced.

The ugly: Once they start going bald, they go bad super fast because the rubber is so much softer down by the cords.

Machine this part was bought for: 2004 HONDA VT600CD Shadow DLX
August 16, 2013
Tubeless Tires
I bought this tire for a Honda Shadow with spoke rims. The product page doesn't mention if Riders Domain ships tube or tubeless tires, but I received a tubeless tire. I wanted to write this review so people know that they are getting a tubeless tire. This wasn't an issue for me, I was able to verify with Dunlop that you can install a tubeless tire with a tube. Be aware that if you go to an Honda authorized shop for tire replacement they may give you grief about using a tubeless tire on a rim that needs tubes, but it can be installed.
April 13, 2010
good tire
This tire has good grip and handles well when you lean it over in the turns. But with the good grip of a softer tire it wears faster. You could get a tire that would last longer but sure it wouldn't handle as well. Also I shop around when I need a new tire and JW always has the best prices. They ship fast and have excellent customer service.
June 30, 2012
NV
it is the best tire for the price
i am on m set i have been averaging about 15000 per set second
November 3, 2012
AL
Tires
Great tire on my vstar thats what it came stock with. Wish it got a little better mileage.
November 9, 2012
UT
Good balance of grip and tire life
I have had several Dunlop D404's on the back of my plated CRF450X. The other tires I tried would easily spin on wet pavement while accelerating and wore quickly. The D404 has better wet weather grip, is very predictable, and provides about a year's worth of tread (3,000 to 4,000 miles riding very aggressively). I plan to buy another when the current one wears out.
February 22, 2011
Carbondale, IL
D404 rear tire
I have had several D404 rear tires that are on a 2003 Yamaha 1100 Custom and the one I have now has 11,000 miles on it and just now is needing replaced and I will certinantly buy another one
April 9, 2013
FL
Unbelievable price's
Can't believe the pricing difference between USA and AUSTRALIA very happy with tyres , can't beat a Dunlop.
October 5, 2011
SA
reasonably priced tire
good traction wet or dry
April 16, 2012
NH
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id like to know the difference between 150/80R 16 and 150/80B 16?
A shopper on Aug 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The R stands for Radial and the B stands for Bias Ply. It is the construction of the inner tire and it's cords. Never put a radial on a bike that is supposed to run bias ply tires or visa versa. That can create a very dangerous handling problem due to different suspensions and frame geometry. The tire is part of the bikes suspension and the two react very different. Pat (Trinity Cycle)