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BF Goodrich Silvertown Radial | Redline | 185/70R13

BF Goodrich Redline Radial tires are one of Coker Tire's most popular products. The redline tire is synonymous with the American muscle car. While mostly bias ply tires were widely available in the sixties, these modern radial BF Goodrich Redline tires offer fantastic performance and ride quality. A popular tire choice for Mustangs, Camaros and other popular muscle and pony car applications. All BF Goodrich Silvertown Radials feature an all season tread design with an S-speed rating. These tires are DOT and ECE approved, and they are backed by Coker Tire Company's Life of the Tread Warranty.
  • Brand: BF Goodrich
  • SKU: 512075
  • GTIN UPC: 00842199102000
  • DOT Approved: Yes
  • Product Size: 185/70R13
  • Sidewall Style: Redline
  • Rim Diameter: 13
  • Radial Aspect Ratio: 70
  • Width Radial: 185 mm
  • UTQG rating: 540 BB
  • Tread Width: 5.40
  • Section Width (Actual): 7.44
  • Overall Diameter: 23.23
  • Load Index: 90
  • Speed Rating: S
  • Construction Ply: POLY/STEEL
  • Max Load Capacity: 1135@35PSI
  • Recommended Rim Width: 5.00 - 6.50
  • Tube Type or Tubeless: Tubeless
  • Tire Construction: Radial

Product Questions & Answers

 
Question:
The radials on my 1964 1/2 Mustang are currently 205/75/R14. Will these fit?
By Robert Sperry on June 07, 2017
Answer:

If you currently have 14" wheels and tires, these 13" tires will not fit. We typically recommend a 205/70R14. See our selection of tires in that size here.

Coker Tire Support on June 08, 2017
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Question:
hello. i am looking at your 185/70R13 redline tire, for my 2004 hyundai accent. this car takes a 175/70R13 tire, as the original factory installed size tire. do you think the redline tire will work ok on this car? the wheels are the factory installed steel wheels. please advise. thank you. john.
By john c. chiaverini on April 05, 2016
Answer:

Our expertise is focused towards antique and vintage vehicles, however we would still not blindly recommend a non-factory tire size on any vehicle. While the larger tire may very well work, you would do best to consult with a local tire shop as to whether a larger size will fit and not cause any problems.

Coker Tire Support on April 05, 2016
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