Firestone Dragster Cheater Slick | Whitewall

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Whitewall Cheater Slicks | Dragster Slicks

Firestone Dragster tires are cheater slicks, designed for nostalgia drag cars, hot rods and rat rods. Vintage Cheater Dragster Slicks have "just enough" tread to be DOT approved, yet still have the vintage drag race styling. These work well with any of our other Firestone Deluxe Champion bias ply tires. These tires feature genuine whitewall construction, built-in from the very beginning and are also available as blackwalls depending on the look you're going for. Firestone Dragster Whitewall Cheater Slicks are bias ply tires, and they feature a rubber compound that is great for the street or strip. The four ply polyester construction makes for a sturdy tire for any hot rod application. Coker Tire Company produces these Firestone cheater slicks in brand new molds built from the original Firestone drawings, so they are as authentic as you can get! Made in the USA!
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU FIREDRAGWW
Brand Firestone
Sidewall Style Wide Whitewall
Drag Tire Type Street | DOT
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Firestone Dragster Cheater Slick | Whitewall
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Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
wheel width reccomendation for 850 15" cheater slick (Firestone) 7" / 8" ??
By Harry on February 04, 2017
Answer:

Once a size is selected from the drop-down at upper right of this page, see "Specifications" for recommended rim width, as well as all other relevant dimensions.

Coker Tire Support on February 06, 2017
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Question:
how tall and wide is the firestone dragster cheater slick white wall
By Terry Kindley on December 07, 2016
Answer:

All size dimensions are listed under "Specifications" once a size is chosen from the drop-down at upper right of this page.

Coker Tire Support on December 07, 2016
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