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Firestone | 600-16

Firestone Classic Tires | Firestone Classic Tire

Coker Tire Company offers a huge selection of authentic Firestone Classic tires. Firestone has the largest line of classic tires in the world. These Firestone Bias Ply tires boast the original Firestone Zig Zag tread pattern in blackwall. They're made in the original molds using modern materials in the USA. Available in 15- to 20-inch sizes for literally hundreds of classic applications. This Firestone Classic tire has a beautifully detailed pie crust upper sidewall.
  • Brand: Firestone
  • SKU: 643500
  • GTIN UPC: 00842199103434
  • Product Size: 600-16
  • E Mark: Yes
  • Sidewall Style: Blackwall
  • Width Bias Ply: 6.00
  • Rim Diameter: 16
  • Tread Width: 4.63
  • Section Width (Actual): 6.26
  • Overall Diameter: 28.56
  • Construction Ply: 4 PLY POLY
  • Max Load Capacity: 1400@32PSI
  • Recommended Rim Width: 4.00 - 4.50
  • Tube Type or Tubeless: Tube Type
  • Tire Construction: Bias Ply

Product Questions & Answers

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1936 Ford pickup. I want to mount a period correct spare on the side of the bed. I figure the Firestone 600-16 is the tire I need. Which of your inner tubes will work in this application? Thanks
By Rick Booth on October 17, 2016

The recommended tube, item #85640, is listed under "Similar and related products" here on this page.

Coker Tire Support on October 18, 2016
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How do I measure the original rims (1953 Chevy PU 3100) to determine the correct tire size required? Also, same for tube size?
By Tony on March 25, 2017

We can confirm the correct tire size for a 1953 3100 is in fact 600-16. The recommended tube is listed under "Similar and related products" on any tire listing page on our website.

Coker Tire Support on March 27, 2017
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What is the differance between a 4 ply & a 6ply ?
By Merle on March 22, 2016

The net difference is the amount of load capacity achieved by additional plies being used in the tire construction. Refer to to the load capacity provided in the "Specifications" of any tire listing to determine if a particular tire meets or exceeds the requirements of your vehicle.

Coker Tire Support on March 22, 2016
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