Firestone F560 Radial Tire



Firestone F560 | Firestone F560 Tires

Firestone F560 radial tires are a perfect choice for small sports cars. Sizing options allow for many fitments, and this blackwall radial tire is a favorite among Austin Healey, MG, Fiat, Porsche, Volkswagen, Citroen and Renault enthusiasts. The tread design and compound offer great dry and wet handling, while the tall sidewall and narrow tread profile provide the right look for many vintage sports cars. The Firestone F560 is a steel belted radial with P speed rating. All Firestone F560 tires are DOT and ECE approved.
Brand Firestone
Tire Construction Radial
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Firestone F560 Radial Tire
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Please Note

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

Product Questions & Answers

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What is the height comparable to modern tire 70... 80 ? I was considering this tire for a 1958 Austin Healy Sprite. Do you give up traction compared to a modern tire? This is a driver, not a show car.
By David on March 29, 2018

Each size from the F560 selection would be considered an 80 series tire (80 aspect ratio). These are radials and offer a modern compound to meet DOT requirements. The F560 performs well in both wet and dry conditions and is a popular option for bot hot rods and European cars such as yours.

Coker Tire Support on March 29, 2018
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I recently purchased these tires for my 1953 MG-TD. One rim has a leak that needs welding. These are tubeless tires and I am not sure if the rim was designed for tubeless tires anyway so I would like to know if I can / should use tubes with these tires.
By Richard on September 26, 2018

Yes, this tire can be used with a tube, and the MG-TD should be fine for running tubes if needed. Click Here for the proper tube.

Coker Tire Support on September 27, 2018
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Are these tubeless?
By Dave on September 17, 2018

These are tubeless tires, but can be run with tubes should you need them. if you have wire spoke wheels you will likely need tubes.

Coker Tire Support on September 18, 2018
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