M&H Radial Drag Rear | 275/60R15

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M&H Drag Radials | Drag Radials

M&H Drag Radials are DOT approved, and have a compound that works well with high performance street cars. Available in many sizes to fit everything from stock street cars to tubbed drag cars, the M&H drag radial line offers great traction on the street and the track. M&H drag radials are also available for late model performance cars with large brakes (such as Cobra, Corvette, Camaro, Challenger), with sizes to fit 16, 17 and 18-inch wheels. M&H Racemaster tires are made in the USA for drag racing and street car applications. Also check out the Drag Radial Front Runners.
SPECIFICATIONS
Width Radial 275 mm
SKU ROD16
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Brand M&H Racemaster
Product Size 275/60R15
Drag Tire Type Street | DOT
DOT Certified DOT Certified
Drag Radial Sizes 275/60R15
Radial Aspect Ratio 60
Rim Diameter 15
Tread Width 9.50
Section Width (Actual) 10.90
Overall Diameter 28.00
Max Load Capacity 1450@35PSI
Recommended Rim Width 8.00
Tire Construction Radial
M&H Radial Drag Rear | 275/60R15
M&H Radial Drag Rear | 275/60R15 M&H Radial Drag Rear | 275/60R15 M&H Radial Drag Rear | 275/60R15

Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
Do you sell this tire with the sidewall name painted in white
By Eric Olson on December 27, 2016
Answer:

These tires are sold as all black. Letters may be painted in by customer with an enamel paint pen.

Coker Tire Support on December 28, 2016
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Question:
Can these tires be used with a 4-speed manual transmission in a 500 hp muscle car, or is there a concern over driveline shock?
By Frank on December 29, 2016
Answer:

The M&H drag race radial is designed for general application with all types of transmissions. With the clutch equipped cars a little more air pressure is recommend on the drag strip. This will require some testing to find the right air pressure balance for the particular application.

Coker Tire Support on December 30, 2016
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