Coker Tire 710R15 American Classic Tire, Bias-Look Radial 2.75" Whitewall
Universal Fit, Universal Position, Passenger Car Tire Type, Radial Tire Construction
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This American Classic tire from Coker Tires features a 2-3/4" inch whitewall that is built into the tire. Being made in the USA, you can trust that this tire is thoroughly tested to ensure excellent quality and durability. The 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 keep in mind that tubes are required on some OEM and reproduction wire wheels.
- Tread Width: 4.70"
- Section Width: 7.70"
- Overall Diameter: 28.21"
- Load Index: 95
- Speed Rating: S
- Max Load Capacity: 1550@35PSI
- Recommended Rim Width: 5.00" - 6.00"
- Tube Type or Tubeless: Tubeless
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