M&H Vintage Drag Slick | 800/850-14




M&H Racemaster 800/850-14 Vintage Drag Slicks offer period correct styling and excellent drag racing performance for vintage drag cars. The 800/850-14 sizing is authentic for Super Stock and Junior Stock cars from the 1960's, but they work on all types of nostalgia cars, including gassers, hot rods and more. The tires feature a HB11 compound. They measure 28 inches in diameter and feature the NHRA-spec (1960's) 7-inch tread width. These tires also feature the NHRA-mandated (1960's) cheater grooves for use in Stock and Super Stock categories. The M&H 800/850-14 tire is one of the only slicks that is narrow enough to fit under most muscle cars and Chevy Tri-Fives, but still features a tall sidewall for the correct vintage look. Even though they have cheater grooves, these tires are not DOT approved.
Brand M&H Racemaster
Product Size 800/850-14
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Rim Diameter 14
Section Width (in) 9.8
Tread Width 7.00
Rim Width (in) 6.5
Drag Tire Type Track | Slicks
Traction Compound Medium Compound
DOT Certified Track Use Only
Drag Nostalgia Sizes 8.00/8.50-14
Circumference 88.0
M&H Vintage Drag Slick | 800/850-14
M&H Vintage Drag Slick | 800/850-14 M&H Vintage Drag Slick | 800/850-14 M&H Vintage Drag Slick | 800/850-14

Product Questions & Answers

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Does the 8.00/8.50 x 14" slick require a tube? Thanks.
By bob on March 24, 2017

That tire does not require a tube.

Coker Tire Support on March 24, 2017
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What is the recommended tire pressure?
By Merle Goodall on January 28, 2017

The general rule is to run as much pressure as possible while allowing the tire to still "hook up". At the point where grip suffers, it is advised that you reduce pressure until optimal grip is achieved. It is a trial and error process.

Coker Tire Support on January 30, 2017
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Hi I have some 14x7 inch Slotted mags on my 66 Dodge Dart. Will these fit on to them?
By Your Name (optional) on July 20, 2018

The recommended rim width is 6.5". Mounting on a wider rim than recommended may cause uneven wear or in extreme cases a tire to dismount.

Coker Tire Support on July 23, 2018
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