Firestone Indy Tire | 1200-15

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Vintage Racing Tires | Firestone Racing Tires

Coker Tire Company produces these classic Firestone Indy Vintage Racing tires in limited quantities, and they are perfect for vintage Indy car restorations. The first set of these Firestone Racing tires that Coker produced were used on the Jim Clark Indy car restoration project, a Ford-powered Lotus that saw tremendous success in the 1960s. Firestone Indy tires are made in the USA, using brand new molds created from original Firestone drawings. The tires feature a four ply nylon construction. Firestone Indy tires come in blackwall form, but paint markers are available to paint the letters and pinstripe just like the old days.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU 682284
Brand Firestone
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Product Size 1200-15
Width Bias Ply 12.00
Rim Diameter 15
Tread Width 8.80
Section Width (Actual) 13.00
Overall Diameter 29.40
Recommended Rim Width 8.50 - 11.00
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Firestone Indy Tire | 1200-15
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Product Questions & Answers

 
Question:
Hi just wanted to make sure it was not typo that these rear tires are 3" larger diameter than the matching fronts. Not sure if 29+" is going to fit in wheelwell.
By Larry on May 30, 2018
Answer:

Yes, the 920-15s measure 26.3" overall diameter and the 1200-15s measure 29.40" diameter. These would normally be seen mounted on open wheel Indy cars and are not DOT approved.

Coker Tire Support on May 31, 2018
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Question:
Are these tire speed rated to run at the speed way?
By Pete Gebhardt on May 09, 2018
Answer:

These are dedicated race tires and intended for use on the track. However, they are not marked with a specific speed rating.

Coker Tire Support on May 09, 2018
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Question:
Do you have to run a tube in these tire ( 1200 x 15 ) indy tire
By Jordan on April 17, 2017
Answer:

Yes, this tire does require a tube. This info, along with dimensional specs may be found here under "Specifications".

Coker Tire Support on April 18, 2017
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