|Tire Series||Coker Classic Radial|
|Sidewall Style||Wide Whitewall|
|Sidewall Style (in)||2.500|
|Width Radial||215 mm|
|Radial Aspect Ratio||75|
|Rim Diameter (in)||15|
|Overall Diameter (in)||27.62|
|Section Width (in)||8.63|
|Rim Width (in)||5.50 - 7.50|
|Max Load Capacity||1742@35 psi|
|UTQG rating||400 BB|
|Tube Type or Tubeless||Tubeless|
Coker Classic | 2.50 Inch Whitewall | 215/75R15
This Coker Classic 215/75R15 wide whitewall radial tire is the perfect replacement tire for your late 1950's or early to mid 1950's classic car that originally came with 710-15 or G78-15 bias ply tires. It features a 2.5 inch genuine wide whitewall, which is built into the tire from day one. This is a great size for 1954 through 1958 Buick, 1948 through 1956 Dodge, 1948 through 1956 Hudson Hornet, Wasp and other models. The tire also works on Frazer, Kaiser, Mercury, Nash, Oldsmobile, Plymought, Pontiac, Studebaker and much more! It's also a popular size for hot rods and customs.
Coker Classic Whitewall Radial tires, introduced in 1995, are the first modern radial construction wide whitewalls. DOT and ECE (European Union) approved, with an all-season tread design and backed by our life of the tread warranty. Coker white walls widths may vary slightly, dependent on rim coverage.
- 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
By Jon on July 30, 2018
Thanks for reaching out! What size do you have on the car now? For a stock car that you plan to drive and would prefer better handling, we suggest a set of 235/75R15 radials: Click Here. However, if the car has been lowered or modified you may have to go with a smaller tire. If the car is stock, though, you can have a wider white wall with a radial by choosing a 235/75R15.Coker Tire Support on July 31, 2018