Military Tires | NDCC

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NDCC Tires | Vintage Military Tires

Shopping for high quality vintage military tires for your restored vehicle? These high-quality NDCC tires for your refurbished jeeps and older military vehicles as well as general purpose tires for cranes, shovels and dump trucks. The non-directional tread design on these high-quality tires provides equal traction in either direction and feature the Cross Country specific tread design. Many consider the NDCC to be the ultimate military tire. The NDCC tire is an outstanding period-correct replacement for many trucks and other heavy vehicles. and is available in the Military & Truck line of tires from Coker Tire Company. These tires feature correct sidewall engravings and authentic tread designs and perfect for restored military vehicles. The tires are proudly Made in the USA!
Brand STA
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type
Military Tires | NDCC
Military Tires | NDCC Military Tires | NDCC

Product Questions & Answers

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i just bought a set of ndcc tires for my 1970 ford pickup.It has the original steel wheels.I read online that some of these tires are dangerous to put on. do I need special wheels or are the old stock wheels ok?
By brad on March 20, 2016

The tires are not inherently dangerous. It is recommended that the wheels be inspected before being mounted with any tire for structural integrity as they are 46 years old at this point.

Coker Tire Support on March 21, 2016
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Are these tires radial or bias ply?
By Your Name (optional) on April 06, 2017

These tires are bias ply.

Coker Tire Support on April 07, 2017
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I would like to mount these on my 8x16 modern rim, would I still need a tube, I am converting my 1998 jeep to look like my 45 jeep
By Your Name (optional) on August 26, 2018

These tires are tube type, regardless of the rim they are mounted on. Be sure to refer to the rim width recommendation for the size you are considering from the drop down menu. 8" will likely be too wide, I am afraid.

Coker Tire Support on August 27, 2018
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