Maxxis | 5/8 Inch Whitewall | 175/80R13




This Maxxis MA-1 175/80R13 radial tire from Coker Tire Company offers an attractive 5/8 inch whitewall for classic cars. The strong design uses a jointless spiral-wrapped nylon cap as well as a double steel belt construction. Maxxis Classic Whitewall tires perform well in dry and wet conditions, and feature a solid center rib for improved handling and performance. Thanks to the advanced tread design, Maxxis Whitewall tires provide great traction, while offering great overall mileage and tread wear. The tires are DOT approved and feature an S speed rating.
SKU 700402
Brand Maxxis
Product Size 175/80R13
Tire Construction Radial
Sidewall Style Narrow Whitewall
Width Radial 175 mm
Radial Aspect Ratio 80
Rim Diameter 13
Overall Diameter (in) 24
Section Width (in) 7
Tread Width 5.30
Rim Width (in) 4.50 - 6.00
Max Load Capacity 1179@35 psi
Speed Rating S
Load Index 86
UTQG rating 420BB
Construction Ply POLY/STEEL
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless
Maxxis | 5/8 Inch Whitewall | 175/80R13
Maxxis | 5/8 Inch Whitewall | 175/80R13 Maxxis | 5/8 Inch Whitewall | 175/80R13 Maxxis | 5/8 Inch Whitewall | 175/80R13

Please Note

  • 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.

Product Questions & Answers

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hello. how are you all? i am looking at Maxxis-175/80R13-5/8 inch White wall. in the description its written 185/80R13, which one is correct? also can you ship to Pakistan as i will need these here.
By Fahad on August 29, 2017

This tire is a 175/80R13 as listed. For service in Pakistan, please contact our exports department via email at

Coker Tire Support on August 29, 2017
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Are Maxxis 5/8 inch whitewall 175/80R13 tires quiet running and not M+S ?
By Bob on July 09, 2018

We have had no complaints about the road noise. They are quite tires, but they are stamped as M+S as most of our radials are.

Coker Tire Support on July 09, 2018
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