Firestone Wide Oval Radial | Raised White Letter

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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 six sizes to fit 14- and 15-inch wheels, the Firestone Wide Oval Radial offers fitments of most muscle car applications. The raised white letter version, seen here, features correct sidewall markings, even down to the correct size of the letters. Also note the FR60-15 sizing, which offers a slightly lower profile and wider tread pattern for those who want a little more rubber on the road. It’s time to put a set of Firestone Wide Oval radials on your muscle car.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU FSTNWORADRWL
Brand Firestone
Sidewall Style Raised White Letter
Tire Construction Bias Look Radial
The Firestone Wide Oval Radial offers fitments of most muscle car applications
The Firestone Wide Oval Radial offers fitments of most muscle car applications Firestone Wide Oval Radial | Raised White Letter Firestone Wide Oval Radial | Raised White Letter

Product Questions & Answers

 
Question:
What does the ER, FR and GR on the sizes refer to?
By Jon Woodward on April 28, 2017
Answer:

These are alpha-numeric tire sizes of the early to mid 1970's. The "E" typically corresponds to "205" in modern tire size, while the "F" is similar to "215" and "G" is similar to "225" widths.

Coker Tire Support on May 01, 2017
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Question:
Will Coker be offering the Firestone Wide Oval Radial | Raised White Letter in ER70-14 in the future?
By Chuck on August 09, 2017
Answer:

There are currently no plans to produce the ER70-14 Wide Oval with Raised White Letters.

Coker Tire Support on August 09, 2017
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Question:
Can You Give a date of F60-15 availability?
By dennis fernandes on August 10, 2017
Answer:

These tires are in production and expected in stock fall of 2017.

Coker Tire Support on August 11, 2017
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