Coker 760R15 American Classic Bias-Look Radial 3.25 In White Wall Tire
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These new American Classic radials from Coker Tire are made in the USA and thoroughly tested to ensure superior quality for your ride. These radials are ready for the road and the show field with beautiful styling and a whitewall that is built directly into the tire. True whitewall construction, along with the "pie crust" shoulder and vintage-style tread pattern give this tire the original look, while the radial internals make it the perfect choice for a car that will see plenty of miles. This is a tubeless tire, but tubes may be required on some OEM and reproduction wire wheels.
- Made in USA
- Size: 760R15
- Bias-look Radial
- 3-1/4" wide white wall
- Tread width: 4.90"
- Section width: 7.62"
- Overall Diameter: 28.87"
- Max Load Capacity: 1710@35PSI
- Recommended Rim width: 5.50" - 6.00"
- Tube Type: Tubeless
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