Phoenix Rear Slick | 9.00/28.5-15

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This Phoenix Race Tires 9.00/28.5-15 bias ply slick is the choice of champion drag racers, because of consistency and long life. This tire features a 8.9 inch tread width and measures 28.6 inches in diameter. From weekend warriors with door slammers to professional race teams with National Championships on the line, Phoenix Drag Tires are a great option for your high performance vehicle. If you're looking for 28.5/9.0-15 slicks these are a great choice! We measure, match and inspect every tire to assure they meet our standards of excellence. These slicks feature the Medium F9 compound. Made in USA!
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU PH377
GTIN 00842199101157
Brand Phoenix
Product Size 9.00/28.5-15
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Painted White Letters
Rim Diameter 15
Overall Diameter (in) 28.6
Section Width (in) 12.5
Tread Width 8.90
Rim Width (in) 8
Drag Tire Type Track | Slicks
Traction Compound Medium Compound
DOT Certified Track Use Only
Drag Slicks Sizes 9.00/28.5-15
Circumference 90"
Phoenix Rear Slick | 9.00/28.5-15
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Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
Does this tire have a soft or stiff sidewall? Also, what compound would you recomend for a 3,000 lb stick shift car?
By Geoge Peterson on January 11, 2017
Answer:

The PH377 9.00/28.5-15 only comes in the F9 compound. That is a medium compound for general application. If I had to categorize the sidewall of that particular tire for sidewall stiffness for this application, I would have to say it is on the firm side and would work for a 3000 pound stick shift car. Just like any tire it would require some testing to arrive at a suitable air pressure for maximum efficiency. Probably will be somewhere in the 15 psi range to start and probably working up from there depending on the type and setting of the clutch.

Coker Tire Support on January 12, 2017
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