Firestone 2.00 Inch Whitewall | 520-13
Firestone 2.00 Inch Whitewall | 520-13 Firestone 2.00 Inch Whitewall | 520-13 Firestone 2.00 Inch Whitewall | 520-13
Tire Series Firestone Classic
Brand Firestone
SKU 506540
GTIN 00842199102659
Product Size 520-13
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Wide Whitewall
Sidewall Style (in) 2.000
Width Bias Ply 5.20
Rim Diameter (in) 13 inch
Overall Diameter (in) 23.10
Section Width (in) 5.50
Tread Width (in) 3.80
Rim Width (in) 3.5
Max Load Capacity 770@32 psi
Tread Depth (32nds) 12
Construction Ply 4 PLY POLY
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless

Firestone 2.00 Inch Whitewall | 520-13




Firestone | 2 Inch Whitewall | 520-13

These are authentic classic Firestone 520-13 bias ply tires with a beautiful 2 inch whitewall. 5.20-13 2 inch whitewall tires are popular fitments for certain fifties and sixties Austin Healey models as well as many other imports from that era, including Austin, Fiat, MG, English Ford, and more. They're also authentic for 1955 and 1956 Nash Metropolitan. Theyre made in the original molds to maintain authenticity. These tires are DOT and ECE (European Community) approved where applicable and backed by our life of the tread warranty. Firestone offers the world's best selling line of vintage bias ply tires, Firestone Deluxe Champion quality and reliability is legendary. Proudly made in the USA!

5.20-13 Tire Conversion Chart

Radial Equivalent First Choice: 185/80R13

Radial Equivalent Optional Choice: 165/80R13

Genuine Wide Whitewall Tire

This product features a genuine wide whitewall sidewall style. This means that the bright white rubber is added directly to the tire sidewall during initial construction of the carcass, resulting in a truly integrated, high-quality product after vulcanization. Wide whitewall tires were a very popular choice from the 1930's through the end of the 1950's, and were eventually phased out of mainstream production by 1962. Originally, wide whitewall tires featured a bias ply construction, but now Coker Tire offers them in original style bias ply and modern radial construction.

Bias Ply Construction

Bias ply tire construction is a method that was used from the 1900's through the 1970's on passenger cars and light trucks. Bias ply tires feature ply cords that run at a 45 degree angle to the bead, and overlap in a crisscross pattern, depending on how many ply layers are used. This creates a strong tire, but bias ply tires have a tendency to follow breaks or ruts in the pavement. Bias ply tires are the most authentic choice for classic car restorations and traditional hot rod builds. Coker Tire offers a huge variety of bias ply tires for many applications. 

Firestone Tires for Collector Vehicles

Coker Tire is proud to offer authentic Firestone tires for a wide range of cars, trucks and motorcycles built from the 1900's through the 1970's. We offer Firestone Non Skid tires, Firestone Deluxe Champion tires, Firestone Wide Oval tires and many more famous styles and sizes to fit military vehicles, motorcycles and classic commercial trucks. With whitewalls, redlines, raised white letters and other classic sidewall styles, this product line is one of our most extensive and popular brands.

Please Note

  • Tire mounted on wheel for demonstration purposes only. Wheel and other accessories are not included. 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. Please note Chemical Guys Tire and Rubber Cleaner and Adams Polish Tire shine has been linked to Whitewall browning and should not be used. We recommend using our line of tire care products.

Product Questions & Answers

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What is the shipping cost for five of these tires the white walls
By George Ade on June 17, 2018

For a no - obligation shipping cost estimate, simply add tires to your cart and enter shipping info at checkout. You may do so without entering any payment info.

Coker Tire Support on June 18, 2018
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