Coker Tire 800R14 American Classic Bias-Look Radial 2.25 Whitewall Tire
Universal Fit, Universal Position, Passenger Car Tire Type, Radial Tire Construction
Give your car classic but yet stylish good looks with these vintage Whitewall bias ply tires from Coker tire. They are made in original molds to maintain authenticity and have a max load capacity of 1620@35PSI.
- Tread Width: 5.90
- Section Width: 7.70
- Overall Diameter: 27.59
- Load Index: 97
- Speed Rating: S
- Max Load Capacity: 1620@35PSI
- Rim Width: 5.00 - 6.00
- Tube Type or Tubeless: Tubeless
- DOT and ECE approved
- Sold Individually
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.
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.
A guide on how to groove your left rear and right rear tires.
Reference this old tire size conversion chart to equip your old car or truck with modern radial tires. Our tire fitment guide covers a variety of tire types and sizes.
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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.