M&H Cycle Drag Slick | 5.0/26.0-16

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M&H Racemaster 5.0/26.0-16 Motorcycle Drag Slicks offer excellent drag racing performance for vintage and modern motorcycles using 16 inch rear wheels. The tires feature a HB11 compound. They measure 26 inches in diameter and feature a 5-inch tread width. If you're looking for a 26.0/5.0-16 motorcycle drag slick, this M&H tire is one of the few slicks that is narrow enough to fit on stock rims, and fit on most stock frames or swing arms.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU MHR058
Brand M&H Racemaster
Product Size 5.0/26.0-16
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Rim Diameter 16
Overall Diameter (in) 26
Section Width (in) 6.5
Tread Width 4.90
Rim Width (in) 4
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type
Drag Tire Type Track | Slicks
Traction Compound Medium Compound
DOT Certified Track Use Only
Drag Slicks Sizes 5.00/26.0-16
M&H Cycle Drag Slick | 5.0/26.0-16
M&H Cycle Drag Slick | 5.0/26.0-16

Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
What wheel width does this tire need to have?
By Rob on June 08, 2016
Answer:

The recommended rim width is listed under "Specifications" along with any other relevant dimensions, on all tire listings on our site.

Coker Tire Support on June 09, 2016
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Question:
Can I run this safely on a stock Harley fat boy aluminum 3 1/2" rim ? Tube or no tube ? also how much fender clearance do I need ? Thank you
By Charles Mcghee on March 01, 2017
Answer:

Please refer to "Specs" for recommended rim width, overall dimensions, and tube requirement.

Coker Tire Support on March 02, 2017
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Question:
Can these slicks be grooved (unofficially) by myself to make a cheater style slick? 2 or 3 grooves. Just to use for cruise nights once a week bike ride
By Marty on January 01, 2019
Answer:

We do not recommend the modification of our tires. We have not tried to make a modification like this, so we cannot comment on whether it would be successful. Ultimately these are non-DOT tires and they are not approved for street use.

Coker Tire Support on January 02, 2019
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