Coker Classic | 650R16




This Coker Classic 650R16 blackwall tire is THE PERFECT radial tire for a Pre-WWII Ford but it also fits thousands of other applications. The 650-16 sizing was originally a truck tire size, but enthusiasts have been using them for years as an upsize option to provide a slightly larger tire than stock. Coker whitewall tires are also the perfect rolling stock for classic trucks. Popular for 1930-40s American automobiles as wells as scores of European models.

They're fully backed by our life of the tread warranty and DOT and ECE (European Union) approved. Please note that dimensions listed tread width, section width and overall diameter are non-scientific and based on an inflated tire, mounted on a wheel. Dimensions may vary due to rim width and inflation pressure. Actual tread design may be different from image in some sizes.

Coker Classic Brand Collector Vehicle Tires

Supplying authentic and specialty tires and wheels to enthusiasts since 1958.

Tire Series Coker Bias Look Radial
Brand Coker Classic
SKU 62242
GTIN 00842199100167
Product Size 650R16
Tire Construction Bias Look Radial
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Width Bias Look Radial 6.50
Radial Aspect Ratio 90
Rim Diameter (in) 16
Overall Diameter (in) 29.26
Section Width (in) 6.8
Rim Width (in) 4.00 - 5.00
Max Load Capacity 1710@41 psi
Max Inflation (PSI) 41
Speed Rating P
Load Index 99
UTQG rating 400 BB
Construction Ply POLY/STEEL
DOT Approved Yes
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type
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Please Note

  • Bias Look Radial tires feature genuine radial tire construction with bias ply tire size, profile and styling. These tires are built in brand new molds using modern materials and tooling. Typically the sizing is the same as their Bias Ply equivalents with the addition of 'R' in the size value.

Product Questions & Answers

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Do I have to use tubes in the Coke Classic radials
By Carl Wilmsen on June 09, 2019

These 16" tires do require tubes.

Coker Tire Support on June 10, 2019
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