Firestone Wide Oval Radial | Redline
Firestone Wide Oval Radial | Redline Firestone Wide Oval Radial | Redline
Brand Firestone
Tire Construction Bias Look Radial
Sidewall Style Redline

Firestone Wide Oval Radial | Redline



The wait is over! We're proud to announce the new Firestone Wide Oval Radial tire, a product that will bridge the gap between authentic bias ply tires and modern radials. Designed and manufactured in the USA, using new molds and materials, this tire features authentic sidewall markings and tread pattern, with radial construction. This is the ultimate muscle car tire! Available in five sizes to fit 14- and 15-inch wheels, Firestone Wide Oval Radial redline tires offer fitments of most muscle car applications. The tires feature a 3/8-inch redline with all of the correct markings on the sidewall.

These tires are DOT approved, and S speed rated—that means they are ready for the open road! It’s time to put a set of Firestone Wide Oval radials on your muscle car.

Genuine Redline Tire

This product features a genuine redline sidewall style, sometimes known as a red stripe, due to the thin 3/8-inch strip rubber. This means that the red rubber is added directly to the tire sidewall during initial construction of the carcass, resulting in a truly integrated, high-quality product after vulcanization. Redline tires hit the American automobile market in 1964 with the introduction of the Pontiac GTO and remained a popular muscle car tire until around 1970. Dual redline tires (two red stripes) were an option on Ford Mustangs, and are now reproduced in original bias ply construction as well as radial construction. 

Bias Look Radial Tire

The term "bias look radial" is something that Coker Tire created when we introduced the American Classic bias look radial product line. This means the tire has the appearance and the sizing profiles of a vintage bias ply tire, with modern radial construction. This provides an original look with a smooth ride and longer tread life, compared to bias ply tires. We offer bias look radial tires for vehicles ranging from the 1920's through the 1970's.

Firestone Tires for Collector Vehicles

Coker Tire is proud to offer authentic Firestone tires for a wide range of cars, trucks and motorcycles built from the 1900's through the 1970's. We offer Firestone Non Skid tires, Firestone Deluxe Champion tires, Firestone Wide Oval tires and many more famous styles and sizes to fit military vehicles, motorcycles and classic commercial trucks. With whitewalls, redlines, raised white letters and other classic sidewall styles, this product line is one of our most extensive and popular brands.

Please Note

  • 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

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I have a 1968 firebird with correct code 14x6 jc rally 2 wheels. Looking for the correct size in the redline radial, not sure if it should be the f or g size, and what is the equivalent width in a new tire such as a bfg.
By Dave on August 19, 2018

FR70-14 is the proper size for a '68 Firebird. That translates to a 215/70R14 is a metric radial.

Coker Tire Support on August 20, 2018
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Would a GR70-15 be close to the same height and width of 225 70R-15
By Phil on April 05, 2018

Yes, it would be very close in size! A GR70-15 would be considered a replacement size for 225/70R15.

Coker Tire Support on April 05, 2018
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Will these Firestone FR70-15 redline tires (bias look radials) have clearance for use on a 1967 corvette?
By Your Name (optional) on February 02, 2019

These are very similar in size to the original equipment 775-15s standard on a 1967 Corvette. They will be slightly shorter, and slightly wider and there should not be any clearance issues.

Coker Tire Support on February 04, 2019
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