Firestone Indy Tire | Half Tread |16-18 Inch

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Vintage Race Tires | Half Tread Tires

Coker Tire Company used original development drawings to re-create these classic Firestone Indy Vintage Race tires. This specific tire features a half tread design, which was the standard tire used from the 1950's until 1963. The staggered 7.60-16 and 8.00-18 sizes are correct for the era, and they are perfect for a vintage Indy car restoration. These Half Tread tires also look cool on race-inspired hot rods. These Firestone Indy tires come in blackwall form, but paint markers are available, so you can paint the letters for the authentic look. These tires are made in the USA, and they feature a four ply nylon construction. Mount these to a set of magnesium Halibrand 6 pin knock off or spline drive wheels, and you'll have a winning combination!
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU FIREINDY1618
Brand Firestone
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Firestone Indy Tire | Half Tread |16-18 Inch
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Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
Hi Coker Which rim is this tire mounted to? - Firestone Indy Tire | Half Tread |16-18 Inch
By kurt on February 16, 2018
Answer:

This is a rim from our private collection and is for display only. It is not a rim we have for sale.

Coker Tire Support on February 19, 2018
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Question:
Could I put these on a 5 inch rim?
By Your Name (optional) on September 22, 2018
Answer:

The 760-16 is recommended for use on a 5.5" to 6" wide rim, and the 800-18 is recommended for use on a 6.5" to 7" wide rim.

Coker Tire Support on September 24, 2018
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Question:
What is the speed rating on these tires
By Luke Auville on June 06, 2018
Answer:

These are nostalgia non-DOT tires. As a result, they have not been tested for a top speed rating.

Coker Tire Support on June 06, 2018
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