M&H Cycle Drag Slick | 5.0/26.0-16




M&H Drag Slicks | M&H Drag Tires

M&H Racemaster offers a wide variety of drag racing slicks, and this is one of the many sizes that work well on several types of drag cars. These M&H Drag Slicks feature a HB11 compound and are used in many front wheel drive import applications. If you're looking for a drag slick for your racer, this is it! M&H Drag Tires are known for incredible traction and performance. These premium slicks and an excellent choice for your drag car. Made in USA! M&H Slicks are available in Softer #8, Medium #HB11 and Harder #704 compounds from Coker Tire Company.
Weight (lbs) 15.000000
Brand M&H Racemaster
Product Size 5.0/26.0-16
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Rim Diameter 16
Overall Diameter (in) 26
Section Width (in) 6.5
Tread Width 4.90
Rim Width (in) 4
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type
Drag Tire Type Track | Slicks
Traction Compound Medium Compound
DOT Certified Track Use Only
Drag Slicks Sizes 5.00/26.0-16
M&H Cycle Drag Slick | 5.0/26.0-16
M&H Cycle Drag Slick | 5.0/26.0-16

Product Questions & Answers

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What wheel width does this tire need to have?
By Rob on June 08, 2016

The recommended rim width is listed under "Specifications" along with any other relevant dimensions, on all tire listings on our site.

Coker Tire Support on June 09, 2016
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Can I run this safely on a stock Harley fat boy aluminum 3 1/2" rim ? Tube or no tube ? also how much fender clearance do I need ? Thank you
By Charles Mcghee on March 01, 2017

Please refer to "Specs" for recommended rim width, overall dimensions, and tube requirement.

Coker Tire Support on March 02, 2017
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Can these slicks be grooved (unofficially) by myself to make a cheater style slick? 2 or 3 grooves. Just to use for cruise nights once a week bike ride
By Marty on January 01, 2019

We do not recommend the modification of our tires. We have not tried to make a modification like this, so we cannot comment on whether it would be successful. Ultimately these are non-DOT tires and they are not approved for street use.

Coker Tire Support on January 02, 2019
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