|Sidewall Style||Wide Whitewall|
|Tube Type or Tubeless||Tubeless|
American Classic Radial | Asymmetrical Tread | Whitewall
Lower Profile Radial Whitewall Tires | 17 inch Whitewall Tires
Our American Classic 55 and 60 Series radial whitewall tires are designed to offer classic whitewall styling with modern, low profile sizes to fit many applications. Whitewall widths vary from narrow (3/8-inch) to wide (2-1/8-inch), depending on the size of the tire, and a distinct asymmetrical tread pattern is available in the 55 and 60 Series product line. Finding whitewall tires to fit large diameter wheels can be tough, but these American Classic radials are available to fit 15-, 16- and 17-inch wheels! The 17 inch whitewall tires are perfect replacement tires for a modern car that needs some extra style, but they may also fit your custom collector vehicle if you're looking for a low profile sidewall. Six sizes are available!
American Classic tires are made in the U.S.A. and are DOT and ECE (European Community) approved. American Classic radials feature a UTQG rating of 540 BB, and an H speed rating. These tires feature a smooth whitewall and are backed by our life of the tread warranty.
- Tire mounted on wheel for demonstration purposes only. Wheel and other accessories are not included. Please note that dimensions listed (tread width, section width and overall diameter) are non-scientific and based on an inflated tire, mounted to a wheel. Dimensions may vary due to rim width and inflation pressure.
Product Questions & Answers
By Roger on August 04, 2018
We do not have source for anything in that size, but we have some great options in 225/55R17 that will fit your car: Click HereCoker Tire Support on August 06, 2018
By Robert on December 20, 2018
Yes, you can tell by reading the last 3 to 4 digits of the DOT code printed on the sidewall. If the code ends in 3 digits, it was built prior to 1999. For example - 155 might mean the 15th week of 1995, or 1985. If it ends in four digits, is will be more current. For example, 2516 would mean the 25th week of 2016. If you have further questions or need assistance placing an order, please let us know!Coker Tire Support on December 21, 2018