Beck Cycle | 2 Inch Whitewall | 450-18

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Beck whitewall motorcycle tires feature classic tread designs and great looking true whitewall construction. Available in 16 and 18 inch sizes that will take your motorcycle's classic looks to the next level. The tires are also popular for custom builds where whitewalls are the desired look. Coker Motorcycle tires are available in many popular sizes in authentic tread designs. These tires are backed by our life of the tread warranty. Coker Tire Company features the most extensive line of vintage motorcycle tires in the world.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU 71385
Brand Beck
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Product Size 450-18
Motorcycle Sizes 4.50-18
Sidewall Style Wide Whitewall
Rim Diameter 18
Section Width (Actual) 4.39
Overall Diameter 27.25
Recommended Rim Width 2.15
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type
Beck Cycle | 2 Inch Whitewall | 450-18
Beck Cycle | 2 Inch Whitewall | 450-18 Beck Cycle | 2 Inch Whitewall | 450-18 Beck Cycle | 2 Inch Whitewall | 450-18

Product Questions & Answers

 
Question:
Hello, is there any Document that shows the usage of the "beck cycle 2 Inch 4.50-18" on a yamaha sr 500 build 1983? regards
By Heiner Siefker on July 03, 2018
Answer:

We do not have any documentation of such a build. All we can suggest is that you use the specifications tab to guide you in choosing a tire for your custom build.

Coker Tire Support on July 03, 2018
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Question:
would you stock wide white wall motorcycle tires for a 18"?5.5 (200mm. or 180mm.) rear, and 21"?3.5 front wheels.
By Ron Ruiz on February 24, 2016
Answer:

We'll need more info to help you with your question. Contact us at 1-800-251-6336, or support@coker.com.

Coker Tire Support on March 01, 2016
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Question:
Can this tire be riidden safely on a cast aluminum wheel ? .The wheel in question is a kawasaki kz 18x2.15 and this is the only white wall tireI have found that will fit
By graham thomson on January 30, 2018
Answer:

Yes, this should work just fine on a cast aluminum rim. However, it does still require a tube.

Coker Tire Support on January 30, 2018
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