BF Goodrich Silvertown Radial | Narrow Whitewall

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BF Goodrich Whitewall Radial | 15 inch White Wall Tires

BF Goodrich Radial Narrow white wall tires feature an all-season tread design and are great for classics, hot rods, and customs. 15 inch white wall tires are great fitments on all sorts of classic full-size American cars from the sixties and seventies. The narrow white sidewalls are the right touch, matching the narrower whitewalls from the classics of the late sixties and seventies. BF Goodrich Whitewall Radial tires are DOT and ECE (European Community) approved and backed by our life of the tread warranty. Please note that dimensions listed tread width, section width and overall diameter are non-scientific and based on an inflated tire, mounted on a wheel. Dimensions may vary due to rim width and inflation pressure.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU BFGSRNWW
Brand BF Goodrich
Sidewall Style Narrow Whitewall
Tire Construction Radial
BF Goodrich Silvertown Radial | Narrow Whitewall
BF Goodrich Silvertown Radial | Narrow Whitewall BF Goodrich Silvertown Radial | Narrow Whitewall

Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
I have a 2002 Ford Thunderbird need to replace 4 Michelin 235/50R17 which came with auto I would like to purchase a narrow white wall or a Red line do you carry/sell such
By Tom W. on April 08, 2016
Answer:

We do not have a 235/50R17, but we can offer the comparable 225/55R17 BF Goodrich redline here: BFG 225/55R17 Redline.

Coker Tire Support on April 08, 2016
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Question:
I am looking for a set of four P215/75R14 tires with a narrow whitewall (about 1") for a 1966 Cheverolet Impala. Do you have anything that would work? Thanks!
By Wen Beardsley on June 14, 2016
Answer:

Yes, we have this American Classic tire that matches what you are seeking!

Coker Tire Support on June 15, 2016
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Question:
Would the P215/75R14 Classic be appropriate for a 1966 Mustang? And what width Rallye wheel?
By Vince Rojas on November 27, 2018
Answer:

The 1966 original equipment would have been a 195/70R14. A 215/75R14 is three sizes larger than original, so we cannot insure fitment. We encourage you to use the specifications tab found when selecting the tire to measure for clearance. As for a wheel, a 14x6 should accomidate that 215/75R14.

Coker Tire Support on November 28, 2018
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