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Dunlop Mu85b16 White Wall Harley D402 Rear Tire Softail Deluxe Flstn Fls Slim on 2040-parts.com

US $279.95
Location:

Battle Creek, Michigan, United States

Battle Creek, Michigan, United States
Condition:New Brand:Dunlop Surface Finish:Rubber Manufacturer Part Number:3019-23 Part Type:Wheels, Tires Warranty:Yes Part By Region:American Part Brand:Dunlop MU85-16 WIDE WWW Make:Harley-Davidson Placement on Vehicle:Rear Model:Softalil Slim - Deluxe

Dunlop

Brand New!

DUNLOP HARLEY-DAVIDSON

D402 TIRE SERIES

MU85B16 Rear Tire

Wide White Wall

Features:

Fits Harley Softail Deluxe & Slim models 2005 thru 2017.

  • The approved Harley-Davidson cruiser tire; the only Harley-Davidson tire that is made in the U.S.A.
  • Built with a three-ply polyester casing with two fiberglass belts, the D402 offers great load-carrying capacity, stability and long life.
  • Computer-optimized tread pattern with offset center groove improves rider confidence in all conditions and reduces cupping for long, even wear.  
  • H-rated for speed up to 130 mph

Note: Wheel not included.

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