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Michelin Scorcher Tire Series- 150/60ZR17 Radial Blackwall- 17 in. Rear-43216-11

Part Number 43216-11

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The Scorcher is the first Michelin® - Harley-Davidson® co-branded tire, with a bold Harley-Davidson® script on the sidewall. Featuring an exceptional combination of durability, comfort and handling, the Scorcher "11" and Scorcher "31" are factory-installed on many models, and can be installed as a replacement tire on other specified models.

  • 17" rear tire
  • Blackwall
  • Semi-slick tread pattern maximizes the contact patch for excellent adhesion on dry roads
  • Optimized tread groove design efficiently evacuates water for dependable wet grip
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Fits '11-later XL883L models.

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Note

Harley-Davidson® recommends the use of approved Michelin® and Dunlop® Tubes and Rim Bands.

Warning

Use only Harley-Davidson® approved tires. See a Harley-Davidson® dealer. Using non-approved or mixing approved tires from different manufacturers on the same motorcycle, can adversely affect stability, which could result in death or serious injury. Use only Harley-Davidson® specified tires. See a Harley-Davidson® dealer. Using non-specified tires can adversely affect stability, handling or braking, which could result in death or serious injury.

  • Position on Bike
    Rear
  • Tread
    Scorcher 11
  • Tire Size
    150/60ZR17
  • Rim Size
    4.50 x 17 Inch
  • Tire Inflation Pressure
    36/40
  • Sold in Unit
    Each
  • In The Box
    Tire only
Rated 2 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tire caused vibration when goig around curves The rear Scorcher on my 2012 FXDC always had a vibration when going around a curve at any lean angle, right or left. this went on for 15K. The tire wore well and was still usable at 15K. The vib. had to be in the tire itself and quit when I installed a 401 Dunlop March 27, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by WORST. TIRE. EVER. This tire has little grip. Anywhere above 50 MPH and the bike slides sideways.When it rains it has even less grip. It makes me change my intended route just to avoid rain. Michelin's Pilot Road 3 tires are highly recommended by touring bike owners. I was thinking the Road 3 might be a good replacement tire. Maybe I can get the Pilot Road 4 if they make those in 120/70ZR18 for the front. January 13, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Very poor wear I had cupping at less than 2k miles. Had to replace at 4700 miles. There are no other choices for this bike, 11 superlow, any where. Very poor business decision to put one manufacturer tire only and odd size... It guarantees you return to the dealership to repeatedly buy a substandard tire for entirely too much. June 14, 2013
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The Michelin Scorcher 11 on the back of my '013 SuperLow is not working out. I was looking at another Michelin tire model but it comes in 150/70ZR17 and 160/60ZR17. Which one is best to replace the OEM tire size of 150/60ZR17? Thanks.
January 13, 2014
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I Ride: 2013 SuperLow
How I Ride: Local - Solo
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