Goodrich Silvertown Cord | High Pressure | Blackwall

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Antique Car Tires | Vintage Vehicle

The perfect replacements for your vintage vehicle restoration, BF Goodrich Silvertown Cords are premium OE fitment reproduction antique car tires trusted by antique automobile enthusiasts all over the world. These tires feature beautiful blackwall styling. Goodrich Silvertown cord high pressure tires are made in original molds, maintaining authenticity. They are constructed with premium polyester cord and are straight-sided, high pressure, non-clincher design.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU GOODRICHCORDHPBLACK
Brand BF Goodrich
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Goodrich Silvertown Cord | High Pressure | Blackwall
Goodrich Silvertown Cord | High Pressure | Blackwall Goodrich Silvertown Cord | High Pressure | Blackwall

Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
I am looking for 36x4 1/2 tires. Do you carry them or can I order them?
By Newell Booth on December 13, 2016
Answer:

Yes, we have the 36 x 4 1/2 size in whitewall and blackwall.

Coker Tire Support on December 14, 2016
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Question:
I have a 1915 ford Model T. Current tire pressure is 55 to 60 lbs. What are high pressure tires for this model?
By Pat on December 02, 2016
Answer:

Factory specs indicate a 30x3 tire for front, 30x3 1/2 for the rear. We have an assortment of both sizes available here.

Coker Tire Support on December 02, 2016
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Question:
i have a 35x5 (A4813-3)goodrich silvertown heavyduty with serial number 14744725. Is the tire 47th week of 1925?,Im curious of the year?
By jeff tire tech on July 16, 2017
Answer:

That is not the case as the 4 digit week/year system was not in use until 2000, and prior to that, a 3 digit system was used from the 1970's onward. If the tire does not have a code beginning with "DOT" then it may be older than the 1970's, but there would be no way to determine exact manufacture date.

Coker Tire Support on July 17, 2017
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