Coker Classic | 2 1/4 Inch Whitewall | 750-14

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Coker Classic Whitewall 750-14 bias ply tires are made in the USA and have been the choice of classic and hot rod owners for over 30 years. The tires feature a classic tread pattern and a 2.25-inch wide whitewall, which is perfect for a late '50s or early '60s classic car. This includes 1957 Chevrolet (Bel Air, 210 and 150), 1957 Ford Thunderbird, and many other classic makes and models from the '50s. Coker Classic Whitewall tires feature authentic sidewall and tread designs in a premium bias ply tire for collectors. The genuine whitewall is constructed into the tire from the very beginning, for a beautiful and durable tire. DOT and ECE (European Union) approved, and backed by our 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 on a wheel. Dimensions may vary due to rim width and inflation pressure. Tread patterns and sidewall styles vary, please click on individual tires below to view photos. Proudly made in the USA!
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU 52400
GTIN 00842199104479
Brand Coker Classic
Product Size 750-14
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Wide Whitewall
Width Bias Ply 7.50
Rim Diameter 14
Overall Diameter (in) 27.02
Section Width (in) 7.65
Tread Width 4.50
Rim Width (in) 5.00 - 5.50
Max Load Capacity 1580@32 psi
Construction Ply 4 PLY POLY
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless
Coker Classic | 2 1/4 Inch Whitewall | 750-14
Coker Classic | 2 1/4 Inch Whitewall | 750-14 Coker Classic | 2 1/4 Inch Whitewall | 750-14 Coker Classic | 2 1/4 Inch Whitewall | 750-14

Please Note

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

Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
I bought a 1957 chevy with your coker classic 7.50 14 tires on it. the tires have less than 300 miles on them. they look brand new and are less than 1 year old. the right rear tire has several cracks in the sidewall. Do you have any idea as to why cracks would appear so soon? Thanks Gerry Knapp 559 905-3803
By GERRY KNAPP on October 21, 2016
Answer:

The cracking is most likely due to storage conditions such as dry environment, sun exposure, and/or underinflation. It is advisable to replace any tire that shows signs of sidewall cracking.

Coker Tire Support on October 24, 2016
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