Firestone Wide Oval Radial | RWL | FR70-14



We’re proud to announce the new Firestone Wide Oval Radial tire, a product that will bridge the gap between authentic bias ply tires and modern radials. Designed and manufactured in the USA, using new molds and materials, this tire features authentic sidewall markings and tread pattern, with radial construction. This is the ultimate muscle car tire! The Firestone Wide Oval Radial offers fitments of most muscle car applications. The raised white letter version, seen here, features correct sidewall markings, even down to the correct size of the letters. It’s time to put a set of Firestone Wide Oval radials on your muscle car.
SKU 54880
Brand Firestone
Weight (lbs) 26.0000
GTIN 00842199106572
Product Size FR70-14
Sidewall Style Raised White Letter
Rim Diameter 14
Width Radial FR70
Tread Width 6.70
Section Width (Actual) 8.20
Overall Diameter 26.40
Speed Rating S
750@30PSI 1500@32PSI
Recommended Rim Width 6.00 - 7.00
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless
Tire Construction Bias Look Radial
Firestone Wide Oval Radial | RWL | FR70-14
Firestone Wide Oval Radial | RWL | FR70-14 Firestone Wide Oval Radial | RWL | FR70-14

Please Note

  • Please note that dimensions listed tread width, section width and overall diameter are non-scientific and based on an inflated tire, mounted on a wheel. Dimensions may vary due to rim width and inflation pressure.

Product Questions & Answers

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do you have the FR70 - 14 Firestone wide oval radial pin white stripe ? or by request ? Thanks
By Adrian Lee Farrugia on March 30, 2017

The Wide Oval Radials are not currently available in pin white. Only redline and raised white letters.

Coker Tire Support on March 31, 2017
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Was this tire used on gm or ford or Chrysler cars in the early 70s?
By Visitor on June 25, 2019

Hi there, Not this one in particular due to the fact that it is our radial rendition of the original bias ply tires. You would have seen these in a bias ply as an OE replacement option in the late 60's - early 70's. Thanks for your question,

Coker Tire Support on June 26, 2019
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