Continental Tyre, 350:10, Original Classic K62 Whitewall

MBU0544

Scooter Fitment …. Lambretta – Vespa – Automatic

Speed Rating …. J 62mph

Load Rating …. 59 243kg

Racing Compound …. N/A

Road Compound …. Medium - Hard

Riding Application …. Vintage – Classic – Urban – Touring

Tube or Tubeless …. Tubeless and Tube

Reinforced …. Yes

Side Wall …. White Wall


Continental Tyre, 350:10, Original Classic K62 Whitewall

£ 55.64
Price: £ 46.37 Ex Vat



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Features


The Traditional tyre for riders seeking a retro look.

With the combination of segment and block profiles, these tyres achieve a traditional image

The modern tread compound makes current technology available for older Scooters.

All sizes are available with Whitewalls or Blackwalls

The K62 and LB scooter tyres provide excellent grip and durability for the style conscious scooter owner.

Technical



Reasons to Buy


Conti's long term tyre design which has stood the test of time for many Scooterists.

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Fred h on 04 Jan 2016 asked "are these tyres the made in korea or Germany. if Korean are they approved for use in Europe/uk."

MB Scooters Ltd replied: The one I just checked, is marked made in Korea and are legal to sell in the UK.

Nat U on 14 Apr 2014 asked "Hi, what pressures would you recommend for these tyres in tubeless on a PX 125? Thanks"

MB Scooters Ltd replied: It depends on your weight and if you go two up. Standard setting would be 18-20 lbs front 28- 32 rear. Maybe 20-22 and 32-35 with weight

Jon C on 11 Dec 2013 asked "Hi Looking at fitting these to a set of sip tubeless rims on a Lambretta. Do I need to specify tube or tubeless tyres or is it that one tyre fits both types of rims? Regards Jon"

MB Scooters Ltd replied: The 350:10 is a tubeless tyre so no problems. But a tubeless tyre can also be used as a tube type if you want



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