Firestone Dirt Track | Ribbed Front

-

+

Firestone Hot Rod Tires | Firestone Vintage Tires

Firestone built their brand racing on dirt and these classic dirt track tires have since become a favorite of hot rod builders everywhere. The racing heritage and vintage looks of these Firestone hot rod tires offer a unique look especially for 1920-1940s cars and trucks. Firestone Dirt Track ribbed front tires are a recreation of actual dirt track racing tires from the 1940s and '50s. Coker Tire Company produces these tires using a brand new mold, built from the original Firestone drawings. With many sizes to fit 15- to 19-inch wheels, there are lots of fitment options for traditional hot rods, rat rods and more! Firestone Dirt Track tires are also available in grooved rears in several sizes, giving builders and restorers options to get just the right stance. Firestone Vintage tires & Dirt Track tires are made in the USA, and they are DOT approved. All Dirt Track tires feature a bias ply construction, and offer the right stance for the perfect big and little combination. Dirt Track tires are only available in blackwall form, which is the perfect look for a sinister vintage hot rod.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU FIREDIRTFRONT
Brand Firestone
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Firestone Dirt Track | Ribbed Front
Firestone Dirt Track | Ribbed Front Firestone Dirt Track | Ribbed Front Firestone Dirt Track | Ribbed Front Firestone Dirt Track | Ribbed Front Firestone Hot Rod Tires | Firestone Vintage Tires

Product Questions & Answers

 
(6) People thought this was helpful
Question:
Would these tires be suitable for highway long distant us? Say 5-600 miles at highway speeds of,say70mph?
By John Drummond on July 11, 2016
Answer:

These Firestone dirt track tires are not DOT rated for high speed highway use.

Coker Tire Support on July 12, 2016
Was this helpful?
   
 
(1) Person thought this was helpful
Question:
Will this tire fit on 4.5" wide steel wheel
By Rand on February 06, 2017
Answer:

Once a tire size is selected, refer to "Specifications" for recommended rim width, as well as all other relevant measurements.

Coker Tire Support on February 07, 2017
Was this helpful?