Firestone Cycle | Clincher | 28 x 2.25 Inch

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Vintage Motorcycle Racing Tires | Vintage Motorcycle Racing

These premium quality Firestone Motorcycle Antique Racer Clincher tires are excellent for restoration projects and vintage motorcycle racing. These vintage motorcycle racing tires feature authentic sidewall markings and tread design. Legendary Firestone history is built into each tire. These tires are for clincher style fitments. Take your antique racer project to next level with the right tire from the world's leading supplier of collector tires and wheels.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU 79325
Brand Firestone
Product Size 28x2 1/4
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Rim Diameter 23
Section Width (Actual) 2.50
Overall Diameter 28.00
Recommended Rim Width 1.63
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Firestone Cycle | Clincher | 28 x 2.25 Inch
Firestone Cycle | Clincher | 28 x 2.25 Inch Firestone Cycle | Clincher | 28 x 2.25 Inch

Product Questions & Answers

 
Question:
will this tyre fit a modern rim? has the tire wire in the bead to hold it on the rim?
By ian bennett on June 12, 2017
Answer:

This is a clincher - style tire with a bead that will only work with a clincher style wheel. If you are unsure about your wheel, please contact us for additional assistance at support@coker.com.

Coker Tire Support on June 12, 2017
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Question:
hello.i´am calling from austria/europe.can i get the complete set(the ribbed clincher 28x2,25 plus the right plain rim plus the tube)?would you send it across the water?what about the costs?thanks and greetings.b.
By bernhard on July 12, 2017
Answer:

For service in Austria, please contact our exports department via email at exports@coker.com.

Coker Tire Support on July 12, 2017
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Question:
Hi, Can i mount this tire on 2 1/2 width clincher rims? Thanks for answer
By Eric on January 19, 2017
Answer:

Refer to "Specifications" for recommended rim width as well as all other available measurements.

Coker Tire Support on January 19, 2017
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