Phoenix Rear Slick | 12.2/31.25-15W

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Phoenix Drag Tires | Phoenix Racing Tires

Phoenix Racing Tires are the choices of champion drag racers, because of consistency and long life. From weekend warriors with door slammers to professional race teams with National Championships on the line, Phoenix Drag Tires are a great choice. In addition to a number of bias ply slicks, Phoenix also has three radial slicks, which are very popular in Super Stock racing. We measure, match and inspect every tire to assure they meet our standards of excellence. These slicks feature the Medium F9 compound. We measure, match and inspect every tire to assure they meet our standards of excellence. For a different setup, also check out our soft F31 and medium/hard F9 compound Phoenix slicks. Made in USA!
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU PH337
Sidewall Style Painted White Letters
Brand Phoenix
Product Size 12.2/31.25-15W
Drag Tire Type Track | Slicks
Traction Compound Medium Compound
DOT Certified Track Use Only
Drag Slicks Sizes 12.2/31.25-15W
Rim Diameter 15
Tread Width 13.40
Section Width (Actual) 16.50
Overall Diameter 31.80
Recommended Rim Width 14.00
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Phoenix Rear Slick | 12.2/31.25-15W
Phoenix Rear Slick | 12.2/31.25-15W Phoenix Rear Slick | 12.2/31.25-15W Phoenix Rear Slick | 12.2/31.25-15W

Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
Do you guys have a Pheonix Drag Slick 31/10.5-15w ?
By Bob on January 15, 2017
Answer:

Yes, that size is listed here.

Coker Tire Support on January 16, 2017
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Question:
Do you make a stiff sidewall in size 12.2/31.5-15w? Do you have a opinion on stiff side walls?
By Darrell on March 29, 2018
Answer:

I am afraid not. All of our sidewalls are wrinkle type. We do not have an opinion on stiff sidewalls.

Coker Tire Support on March 29, 2018
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Question:
Ph337, is the f9 compound medium/hard or medium
By Darrell on February 24, 2018
Answer:

This is the Medium F9.

Coker Tire Support on February 26, 2018
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