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Michelin Scorcher Tire Series- 160/70-17 Scorcher Blackwall- 17 in. Rear-43250-07B

Part Number 43250-07B

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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
  • Innovative rubber compounds provide remarkable grip on both wet and dry roads
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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 31
  • Tire Size
    160/70B17
  • Rim Size
    4.50 x 17 Inch
  • Tire Inflation Pressure
    36/40
  • Sold in Unit
    Each
  • In The Box
    Tire only
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Michelin 160/70B17 I have 15K on this tire and the center tread is almost gone. That's better than I have done with the Dunlop on my 99 FXD. Handles great and very smooth. Trying to decide on replacement. March 4, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not Good Good handling tire, BUT very over priced for a tire that barely makes it to the 7000 mile mark. At 7200 miles I have to replace both front and rear, because they wore out. (Note: I don't do burnouts or anything irresponsible while riding), and I have been riding for 30 + years, If Harley wants almost $250.00 for the tire plus a tube and a rim strip and labor, they need to lower this price a whole lot. Especially for a tire that wears out faster than a Dunlop. April 30, 2013
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The Scorcher rear 2009 Low Rider tire. Is it V rated?
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