Coker Classic | 3 Inch Whitewall | 760-15



Coker Vintage Tires | Collector Cars

Zig Zag tread Coker vintage tires have been a top choice for hot rods, classic and collector cars for over 30 years. These tires feature genuine whitewall construction and authentic zig zag tread designs. These Coker Classic bias ply wide whitewalls are made in the USA. DOT and ECE (European Union) approved, and backed by our life of the tread warranty. Please note that dimensions listed tread width, section width and overall diameter are non-scientific and based on an inflated tire, mounted on a wheel. Dimensions may vary due to rim width and inflation pressure. Tread patterns and sidewall styles vary, please click on individual tires below to view photos.
SKU 59600
Brand Coker Classic
Weight (lbs) 25.0000
GTIN 00842199104554
Product Size 760-15
Sidewall Style Wide Whitewall
Width Bias Ply 7.60
Rim Diameter 15
Tread Width 4.90
Section Width (Actual) 7.50
Overall Diameter 28.70
Construction Ply 4 PLY POLY
750@30PSI 1710@32PSI
Recommended Rim Width 5.50 - 6.00
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Coker Classic | 3 Inch Whitewall | 760-15
Coker Classic | 3 Inch Whitewall | 760-15 Coker Classic | 3 Inch Whitewall | 760-15 Coker Classic | 3 Inch Whitewall | 760-15

Please Note

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

Product Questions & Answers

(8) People thought this was helpful
While it is not stated in the advert for this tire, I am wondering if THIS tire is ALSO a radial?
By Carlossee Lumpkin on June 28, 2016

This tire is a bias ply tire. That information can be found under "Specifications" for any given tire size, or it may also be noted that a radial tire always has a "R" in the tire size. A radial of this size would be listed as 760R15.

Coker Tire Support on June 28, 2016
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Can I really use the tire without a tube? My mechanic dont trust the informations on the website :-)
By Holger Weinelt on July 11, 2018

This tire can be used without a tube as long as your wheel allows for it. If you have a split rim, wire rim, or a rim without safety beads you will likely need a tube.

Coker Tire Support on July 11, 2018
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