Firestone | 4 Inch Whitewall | 650-16

$230.00

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Firestone whitewall tires are the perfect rolling stock for classics and hot rods. Popular for 1930-40s American automobiles as wells as scores of European models. This Firestone Bias Ply tire features an original Firestone Zig Zag Tread design and beautiful genuine whitewall construction. They're made right here in the USA using original molds and modern materials and are fully backed by our life of the tread warranty. These fantastic tires are available in many popular sizes from 15- to 20-inches for hundreds of applications.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU 663520
GTIN 00842199103502
Weight (lbs) 25.000000
Brand Firestone
Product Size 650-16
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Wide Whitewall
Width Bias Ply 6.50
Rim Diameter 16
Overall Diameter (in) 29.1
Section Width (in) 7
Tread Width 5.10
Rim Width (in) 4.50 - 5.00
Max Load Capacity 1580@32 psi
Construction Ply 4 PLY POLY
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type
Firestone | 4 Inch Whitewall | 650-16
Firestone | 4 Inch Whitewall | 650-16 Firestone | 4 Inch Whitewall | 650-16 Firestone | 4 Inch Whitewall | 650-16

Please Note

  • Tire mounted on wheel for demonstration purposes only. Wheel and other accessories are not included.

Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
I have a set of these on my 1937 Cord 812. What tire pressure should these be run at?
By Michael on July 11, 2018
Answer:

We recommend 32 PSI.

Coker Tire Support on July 12, 2018
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Question:
Can you recommend installer for tires? Firestone | 4 Inch Whitewall | 650-16 with radial tubes. Santa Rosa CA. Thanks
By Paul B on September 08, 2018
Answer:

We do not have a specific installer, but we suggest a shop with a Hunter computer balancing machine. You can find one in your area here: Click Here. Give the shop you choose a call and ask if they can install they type of tire you are purchasing. Make sure they are comfortable installing tubes and can balance on the lug holes of the rims.

Coker Tire Support on September 10, 2018
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