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Dunlop D402
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Dunlop D402
Dunlop D402

Dunlop D402
Dunlop D402

 

- Dunlop D402

The D402 is built with a three-ply polyester casing with two fiberglass belts, and offers greater load-carrying capacity and stability. It is the only tire approved by Harley-Davidson for its touring bikes.

Harley-Davidson Tire Series

The bond between Dunlop and Harley-Davidson has been growing stronger and stronger for decades. Since 1984, Dunlop has been the sole supplier of original equipment tires for Harley-Davidson, and this remarkable endorsement by Harley-Davidson has launched the unique Dunlop® Harley-Davidson® Tire Series, the ultimate vote of confidence in Dunlop quality.


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Sizes

 SIZE LOAD/ SPEED INDEX SIDEWALL PART # APPLICABLE RIMS
RECOMMENDED RIM
OVERALL DIAMETER OVERALL WIDTH FULL TREAD DEPTH MAXIMUM LOAD @ PSI
  D402 Front
 MT90B16*  72H  BW  3020-91  3.00  25.30  5.20  5/32  783 @ 40
 MT90B16*  72H  SW  3021-91  3.00  25.30  5.20  5/32  783 @ 40
 MT90B16*  72H  WWW  3022-91  3.00  25.30  5.20  5/32  783 @ 40
 MH90-21  54H  BW  3017-63  2.15  27.20  3.25  5/32  467 @ 40
  D402 Rear
 MT90B16  74H  BW  3017-91  3.00  25.70  5.20  9/32  827 @ 40
 MT90B16  74H  SW  3018-91  3.00  25.70  5.20  9/32  827 @ 40
 MT90B16  74H  WWW  3019-91  3.00  25.70  5.20  9/32  827 @ 40
 MU85B16  77H  BW  3017-23  3.00    3.50  25.71  5.51  11/32  908 @ 40
 MU85B16  77H  SW  3018-23  3.00    3.50  25.71  5.51  11/32  908 @ 40
 MU85B16  77H  WWW  3019-23  3.00  3.50  25.71  5.51  11/32  908 @ 40
  Harley-Davidson® Tubes (Center Valve)
 MT90-16      4194-91          
 MJ/MM90-19      4199-97          
 MH90-21      4199-95          

B = Belted Construction BW = Black Sidewall SW = Slim White Sidewall WWW = Wide Whitewall

(Whitewall Front - 1.5" wide; Rear - 1.75" wide)

* D402F MT90B16 72H is a front tire only and is not interchangeable with D402 MT90B16 74H rear tire.

Note: When new tires are fitted, they should not be subjected to sudden acceleration, hard cornering, maximum power or braking for at least 100 miles. Failure to do so may result in loss of control and serious injury. The 100 mile run-in is required to adjust to the feel of new tires versus the worn tires.