Coker Tire 62470 Firestone Wide Oval Redline Tire, F70-15
Universal Fit, Universal Position, Passenger Car Tire Type, Bias Ply Tire Construction
Give your car classic but yet stylish good looks with these vintage Redline radial tires from Coker tire. They feature original Sup-R-Belt tread design with poly/fiberglass construction and a max load capacity of 1500@32PSI. These tires were factory on many muscle and pony cars from 1967-1974.
- Original tread pattern and poly/glass construction
- 3/8" Redline
- Can be used with or without tubes
- 6.50" tread
- 8.30" section width
- 26.90" diameter
- Recommended rim width: 5-1/2"- 8"
Be sure to choose the correct tire by referring to our Speedy Tip; Tire Size Guide Chart. (PDF)
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Q & A
Speedway Motors employee Steve talks about a few options available at Speedway to help take some of the mystery out of finding the right wheel and tire combination to fit your project.
Jeff K. does tires on everything. A good set of wheels and tires will finish a project better than any paint job can. So when his Chevelle needed a start, Jeff began right where he always does, with new shoes.
Click here for a cross-reference chart to convert bias-ply tire sizes to radial tire sizes, as well as a formula to find the overall height of a tire.