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Firestone ANS Motorcycle Tires | Firestone ANS

Firestone ANS Motorcycle tires were part of Firestone's "A Tire for Every Riding Condition" ad campaign in the 1940s. The All Non-Skid tire was an instant favorite, outperforming many competitors of that time. The Firestone ANS has become iconic on vintage motorcycles through the years, and has even become extremely popular for custom motorcycle builds more recently. Coker Tire Company proudly offers the legendary Firestone ANS Motorcycle tire in popular 16-, 18- and 19-inch sizes. The tires feature authentic tread design and sidewall markings.
SPECIFICATIONS
Brand Firestone
SKU FIREMOTOANS
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type
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Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
I have a 1969 Honda CB350 that orginally calls for 3.00x18" (Front) and 3.5x18" (Rear), would it be possible to put the ANS - 400-18 on the front?
By George on May 14, 2018
Answer:

The 400-18 may fit, but you will need to measure first to be sure. Use the specifications tab when you select the size from the drop down to compare dimensions.

Coker Tire Support on May 15, 2018
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Question:
Is it possible to get this ans tire 500-16 in a white wall?
By Josh on May 13, 2018
Answer:

The ANS is not available in a white wall. However, we do have 500-16 white wall tire options in other models. Click Here to take a look!

Coker Tire Support on May 14, 2018
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Question:
Hi i have a Harley Davidson Wla from 1944. Do i nead the "ANS - 400-18" or the "ANS - 450 - 18" ?
By Magnus Bo Andersen on August 01, 2018
Answer:

The proper, original equipment tire for the '44 WLA is a 400-18.

Coker Tire Support on August 01, 2018
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