Firestone Non Skid | All Black | 32X4




This Firestone Non Skid 32 x 4 high pressure tire features an all black finish and Firestone's famous Non Skid tread pattern. This tire fits 1922 through 1924 Dodge, 1917 through 1923 Oldsmobile, and many other makes, including Studebaker, Buick, Cadillac and more. This 32x4 high pressure tire fits a 24 inch rim. Coker Tire Company proudly offers these Firestone Non Skid tires for those remarkable cars. Firestone is the world's best selling line of vintage bias ply tires, their quality and reliability is legendary. These tires are precisely crafted in original molds to maintain authenticity, and feature authentic Firestone lettering embossed in sidewall. Coker Tire Company is the world's leading supplier of Old Car tires and wheels.
SKU 805985
Brand Firestone
Product Size 32x4
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Rim Diameter 24
Overall Diameter (in) 32.75
Section Width (in) 4.08
Tread Width 2.19
Max Load Capacity 1051@60 psi
Construction Ply 6 PLY NYLON
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type
Firestone Non Skid | All Black | 32X4
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Do these tires come with tubes and flaps?
By Terry on June 07, 2016

Tubes and flaps are always sold separately, listed at the bottom of any tire listing page under "Similar and Related products".

Coker Tire Support on June 08, 2016
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Do I need these tires inner tubes
By Rafal on July 15, 2016

These tires do require a tube. This information will be listed as "Tube Type" or "Tubeless" under the Specifications are a of any tire listing on our site.

Coker Tire Support on July 15, 2016
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Why would i buy these as opposed to the goodrich 32 x4?
By Craig Hohm on April 25, 2017

If you prefer the Firestone name and tread pattern, you may select this instead of the BF Goodrich as all other aspects of design and quality are essentially equal.

Coker Tire Support on April 26, 2017
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