American Classic Radial | 440/450R21 Whitewall

$247.00

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Designed to fit 1928 and 1929 Ford Model A cars and trucks, as well as other late 1920's vehicles, the new American Classic Model A+ Bias Look Radial offers the vintage look of a bias ply tire with the ride quality and safety of a modern radial tire. The 440/450R21 tire is a direct replacement for your bias ply tires, and makes a huge difference in drivability and handling. The steel belted radial is made in the USA, and offers the authentic look of a smooth white sidewall.

SPECIFICATIONS
SKU 700327
Weight (lbs) 30.000000
Brand American Classic
Product Size 440/450R21
Tire Construction Bias Look Radial
Sidewall Style Wide Whitewall
Rim Diameter 21
Overall Diameter (in) 31.7
Section Width (in) 4.5
Tread Width 3.50
Rim Width (in) 2.50 - 3.50
Max Load Capacity 800@35 psi
DOT Approved Yes
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type
Width Bias Look Radial 440/450
American Classic Radial | 440/450R21 Whitewall
American Classic Radial | 440/450R21 Whitewall American Classic Radial | 440/450R21 Whitewall American Classic Radial | 440/450R21 Whitewall

Please Note

  • Bias Look Radial tires feature genuine radial tire construction with bias ply tire size, profile and styling. These tires are built in brand new molds using modern materials and tooling. Typically the sizing is the same as their Bias Ply equivalents with the addition of 'R' in the size value.

Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
can i get this tire in black wall
By james Megoloff on April 24, 2019
Answer:

Yes, you may find it here: https://www.cokertire.com/catalog/product/view/id/6802/s/american-classic-radial-440-450r21/

Coker Tire Support on April 25, 2019
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Question:
Can you use a tube with the radial tire for the Model A ?
By Greg Mace on January 30, 2020
Answer:

Yes, tubes are required. The recommended tubes are listed on the tire listing page, simply scroll down to "other stuff".

Coker Tire Support on January 30, 2020
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