Kenda Kruz K673

    Ranking: #7 Cruiser Tire

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    Tire/Tyre Description

    The new Kenda Kruz was designed specifically for todays larger bikes. A great all weather tire for tons of applications. New bias/belted casing design for improved handling and high load carrying capacity. New rubber compound for improved mileage. Front and rear tread patterns designed for all weather riding.

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    Pros

    • Long life
    • Wet and dry handling

    Cons

    • More slippery than other tires for first 100 miles

    Overall Tire/Tyre Review

    The Kenda Kruz K673 receives slightly above average reviews. The tire is praised for its long life and wet/dry handling. Only major complaint is the tire is more slippery than most tires for the first 100 miles or so.

    Reviews by Source

    www.motorcycle-superstore.com Rear Tire

    33 reviews. 4.6 of 5 stars. On a Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 and HD Street Glide – best handling wet and dry tires have owned in 20 years. On a VTX1800R – Dunlops got 2-3,000 miles, have 4,000 miles and no signs of wear, no problems wet or dry. Another says tire is a little heavy, great traction, can’t feel cracks in the highway, handles bumps well, corners great. On a Vulcan 900 – handles, corners and has traction everywhere, mounts and balances easily. Another rider says the Kendas are the longest wearing tire, says very slippery for first 100 miles-more than other tires, others mentioned the same.

    www.bikebandit.com

    31 reviews. 4.7 of 5 stars. On a Vstar 1100 – used Dunlop, Metzeler and Continental and got 3,500 miles, got 9,000 miles from these. On a C50 Suzuki – mounts easily, very deep tread, rides smooth, stable in the corners. On a Shadow VLX 600 – grips well, able to scrape pegs, a little hard to mount. On a Yamaha VStar 1100 – tread is really deep, balanced with little weight, stick like glue, keep the line, good price. Another says bike does not track grooves.

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