Firestone Wide Oval | Redline | G70-14

-

+

Firestone Wide Oval | Firestone Wide Oval Tires Nothing says muscle car quite like a classic set of raised white letter tires, and Firestone Wide Oval tires were original equipment for many muscle and pony cars from 1967-74. A bold "Wide Oval" logo on the sidewall instantly takes you back to the sixties when big engines and four speeds ruled the streets. Muscle cars are getting big money at auctions and the buyers love a restored-to-stock or Day Two muscle car more than ever. Firestone Wide Oval tires are made in the original molds in the USA with modern materials and technology and are backed by our exclusive Life of the Tread warranty.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU 55270
Brand Firestone
Weight (lbs) 25.0000
GTIN 00842199102833
Product Size G70-14
Sidewall Style Redline
Width Bias Ply G70
Rim Diameter 14
Tread Width 6.90
Section Width (Actual) 8.80
Overall Diameter 26.80
Construction Ply POLY/FIBERGLASS
750@30PSI 1620@32PSI
Recommended Rim Width 6.50 - 7.00
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Firestone Wide Oval | Redline | G70-14
Firestone Wide Oval | Redline | G70-14 Firestone Wide Oval | Redline | G70-14 Firestone Wide Oval | Redline | G70-14

Please Note

  • Tire mounted on wheel for demonstration purposes only. Wheel and other accessories are not included.

Product Questions & Answers

 
(1) Person thought this was helpful
Question:
can you recommend a 15inch redline tire for my 69 ss elcamino
By ron on March 08, 2016
Answer:

We recommend stock size - either this G70-14 bias ply, or a 225/70R14 radial, available in redline style here: 225/70R14 redline.

Coker Tire Support on March 08, 2016
Was this helpful?
   
 
Question:
g70-14 .what is this in metrick standar. 245-60 -15 . ---?have a nice day from norway.
By geir kivijarvi on February 17, 2019
Answer:

A G70-14 translates to a 225/70R14. I am afraid that we do not have a source for Wide Oval that will match a 245/60R15 exactly, but our F60-15 is close: Click Here

Coker Tire Support on February 18, 2019
Was this helpful?