Dunlop D408
140/75R17 67V

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Description

The Dunlop D408 Motorcycle Tyre is an OE Tyre for selected bikes including Harley-Davidson's Street Glides and Softails. This tyre has been constructed using Multi-Tread (MT) Technology. Years of success in global Superbike, Endurance and GP championships have resulted in the development of a pioneering multi-compound, which is transferred to many of our current Sportmax track and road products. By mixing compounds, the same tyre can display different performance properties at maximum leaning angles than when upright during straight line speed.

Features

  • Outstanding dry weather and wet weather grip
  • Dunlop's MT Technology included
  • Angled groove tread pattern disperses water efficiently
  • Developed and tested by Harley-Davidson engineers
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Dunlop D408
140/75R17 67V
£214.72each

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About Dunlop

The Dunlop Motorcycle Company is a British-based company that manufactures high-performance motorcycle tyres. The company was founded in 1888 by John Boyd Dunlop, who is credited with inventing the pneumatic tyre.

Over the years, Dunlop has become one of the leading manufacturers of motorcycle tyres, and the company has a long history of innovation and technology development in the field of tyre manufacturing. Dunlop has been involved in motorcycle racing since the early days of the sport, and the company has won numerous championships in various classes of racing.

Today, Dunlop offers a wide range of motorcycle tyres for different types of bikes and riding styles, including sport bikes, touring bikes, cruisers, and off-road bikes. The company is known for its high-performance tyres that are designed to provide excellent grip, handling, and durability in a variety of conditions.

Dunlop has a global presence, with manufacturing facilities and distribution centres located around the world. The company is committed to research and development, and invests heavily in new technologies and materials to ensure its tyres remain at the forefront of the industry.