|Tire Series||Coker Classic Bias Ply|
|Tire Construction||Bias Ply|
|Sidewall Style||Wide Whitewall|
|Sidewall Style (in)||2.750|
|Width Bias Ply||6.70|
|Rim Diameter (in)||15|
|Overall Diameter (in)||27.25|
|Section Width (in)||6.70|
|Tread Width (in)||4.50|
|Rim Width (in)||4.50 - 5.00|
|Max Load Capacity||1550@32 psi|
|Tread Depth (32nds)||12|
|Construction Ply||4 PLY POLY|
|Tube Type or Tubeless||Tubeless|
Coker Classic | 2.75 Inch Whitewall | 670-15
This Coker Classic 670-15 bias ply tire features a 2.75 inch wide whitewall. It is the perfect replacement tire for your 1940's and 1950's classic car that originally came with 670-15 bias ply tires. This is the perfect tire for a 1948 through 1955 Chevrolet (including Bel Air, 210 and 150), and for 1953 through 1961 Corvette. It also fits a wide variety of Fords, including the famous Ford Thunderbird. The 205/75R15 radials are perfect for classic Hudson, Kaiser, Mercury, Nash, Oldsmobile, Studebaker and more! This is also used on many hot rods and customs.
Coker Classic Whitewall bias ply tires are DOT and ECE (European Union) approved, with an all-season tread design and backed by our life of the tread warranty. Coker white walls widths may vary slightly, dependent on rim coverage. Proudly made in the USA!
- 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.
Product Questions & Answers
By Darrin on March 06, 2018
Yes, it does include curb rash! Just about any cosmetic or structural damage you can think of would be covered. It lasts for 5 years. Click Here if you would like to read more! It's a good idea to add, even if you do not drive the car often.Coker Tire Support on March 06, 2018
By Michael Heilig on June 20, 2018
This tire will not fit your truck. The correct size is 700-17. Click Here for some available options. Remember, you will need tubes and flaps for use with a split rim. Please let us know if you need assistance selecting additional equipment.Coker Tire Support on June 21, 2018