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

American Classic Radial | 2 1/4 Inch Whitewall | 195/75R15

Remember the fabulous cars from the fifties that had upwards of three-inch wide whitewalls, sometimes even bigger? Those stylish tires with wide whitewalls have been extremely popular for classic car restorations as well as hot rod and custom builds ever since. Coker American Classic tires are made in the USA and they are DOT and ECE (European Community) approved and covered by Coker Tire Company's Life of the Tread warranty. Please note that dimensions listed (tread width, section width and overall diameter) are non-scientific and based on an inflated tire, mounted to a wheel. Dimensions may vary due to rim width and inflation pressure.
  • Brand: American Classic
  • E Mark: Yes
  • SKU: 530310
  • GTIN UPC: 00842199100457
  • DOT Approved: Yes
  • Product Size: 195/75R15
  • Sidewall Style: Wide Whitewall
  • Rim Diameter: 15
  • Radial Aspect Ratio: 75
  • Width Radial: 195 mm
  • UTQG rating: 540 BB
  • Tread Width: 5.60
  • Section Width (Actual): 7.72
  • Overall Diameter: 26.50
  • Load Index: 94
  • Speed Rating: S
  • Construction Ply: POLY/STEEL
  • Max Load Capacity: 1477@35PSI
  • Recommended Rim Width: 5.00 - 7.00
  • Tube Type or Tubeless: Tubeless
  • Tire Construction: Radial

Product Questions & Answers

 
Question:
What is the weight load for these tires 195/75/R15 ? I would like to use them on a camper that weighs 1500lbs
By John Smith on September 23, 2016
Answer:

Refer to the "Specs" to see load capacity, as well as all other relevant measures. Load capacity is per individual tire, to be multiplied by amount of tires used to determine total load capacity for a given vehicle.

Coker Tire Support on September 26, 2016
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Question:
what does the speed rating mean?
By Michael S McLean on April 17, 2018
Answer:

The speed rating is the measured top speed sustained a tire has been tested for before failure. For example, if a tire is rated an "S" for the speed rating, it is capable of 112 MPH sustained. If the vehicle with S rated tires exceeds 112 MPH continuously, the tire will likely fail.

Coker Tire Support on April 17, 2018
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