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Kawasaki KLR 650 Tires & Tubes
Touratech offers the ultimate in German quality accessories for your Kawasaki KLR650. The KLR650 accessories we offer include headlight guards, skid plates, pannier systems, top cases, and much more. Touratech USA is your one-stop shop for everyhting you need for your KLR650.
The Continental TKC 80 has long been the tire of choice for tourers and dual-sport motorcyclists world-wide. This tire provides a great mix of on and off-road stability and traction.
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The TKC 70 fills the gap between the TKC80 and Trail-Attack by giving riders a 60/40 option tire that should last a long time on the pavement without giving up too much traction in the dirt.
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Check out the tool box of your local mechanic, or in the race pits, and you're likely to see dial-type tire gauges because they're very accurate and easy to read. The TirePro gauge has a 12" flexible hose that makes even hard-to-get-to valves an easy endeavor, and a built-in valve lets you "bleed" down to the desired pressure. Readings are in psi and Kpa (up to 60 psi), and the dial is protected by a rubber boot.More Information »
The TirePro Digital Tire Gauge is ideal for motorcycle and ATV use, with a large display and accuracy over a wide range of pressure levels. Readings are shown to 0.1 psi levels, with bar, Kpa, and Kg-cm2 scales also provided. Reads up to 99 psi. An ergonomic shape fits nicely in your hand. This may well become your favorite tire gauge!More Information »
The Stop & Go Motorcycle mini air compressor is small, lightweight, quiet and powerful, making it a great tool to keep with you when riding on and off-road.More Information »
Pair of super-strong steel tire levers. Made of spring-steel, you can't bend them. Tapered ends of the tire irons let you wiggle the levers out when it's tight. Small lip stays close to the rim, reducing the chance of pinching the tube. There is a REASON that MICHELIN style has been the best design!More Information »
A heavy duty front tube which can be used for the rear tire in an emergencyMore Information »
Carry a spare tube for those rare occasions when your tubeless tire cannot be plugged. 4.00/5.10 x 17 inch REAR TUBE.More Information »
This 24mm size fits the rear axles of F650GS single, F800GS, KLR650 (through 2007), XR 250/400/600/650L and both front and rear of KLX/DRZ400.More Information »
This 12 / 13 mm size is designed to turn rimlock nuts. The box end has a stepped-size 6-point socket. One side fits 12mm, flip it over and it fits 13mm.More Information »
Cruz tire levers are forged and heat treated, using carbon steel alloy. They'll flex, not bend, giving you confidence. At 240mm (9"), they're long enough for necessary leverage, but small enough to fit into most fanny packs, saddlebags, or tank bags.More Information »
The Changing Mat is a lightweight folding mat that will keep your wheel out of the dirt when changing a flat. The pocket it packs into becomes a temporary storage place to keep all the small parts, like your axle nut, valve stem or tools when doing a tire change. It will keep your socks clean when changing out of your riding gear. It serves as a door mat when getting in and out of your tent. Use it for a food prep station when you don't have a picnic Mat. Only your imagination will limit the many ways you can use The Changing Mat.More Information »
If you've ever struggled to thread your inner-tube's valve stem through the rim during a tire repair, you understand just how handy this tool can be.More Information »
This helper tool from Touratech makes tire changes much easier in the garage, or on the trail. By holding the bead of the tire away from the motorcycle rim, these Tire Helpers give you more room and an "extra hand" during those tricky tire changes.More Information »
The kit includes three 16 gram threaded CO2 cartridges with a sticker wrap.More Information »
Accurate tire pressure gauge. The perfect gauge for motorcycle wheels. Holds the pressure, so you can bring it out to read the face. For example checking the rear tire pressure of a motorcycle with panniers can be very difficult to see the gauge.More Information »