M&H Vintage Drag Slick | 1200-16 | New Old Stock



M&H Tires | M&H Slicks

Designed for high horsepower cars, these M&H Racemaster slicks are perfect for an alcohol or nitro burning dragster, funny car or altered. They feature M&H Tires popular #8 compound and very large dimensions to ensure a huge contact patch and plenty of sidewall flexibility. All three size options feature a 17-inch tread width, but various diameters allow racers to fine tune their combination. M&H Slicks are favorites of racers around the world who depend on their performance and traction. Made in USA! M&H Slicks are available in Softer #8, Medium #HB11 and Harder #704 compounds from Coker Tire Company.
Weight (lbs) 31.0000
Brand M&H Racemaster
Product Size 1200-16
Width Bias Ply 12.00
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Section Width (Actual) 13.60
Recommended Rim Width 10.00
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Rim Diameter 16
M&H Vintage Drag Slick | 1200-16 | New Old Stock
M&H Vintage Drag Slick | 1200-16 | New Old Stock M&H Vintage Drag Slick | 1200-16 | New Old Stock M&H Vintage Drag Slick | 1200-16 | New Old Stock

Please Note

  • Our New Old Stock tires are offered for display purposes only. They offer all of the authentic details of their brand new siblings at a reduced cost. NOS tires from Coker Tire Company are not intended for use on the road and are offered with no warranty.

Product Questions & Answers

What is the overall diameter of the tire?
By Terry on September 05, 2016

On vintage drag tires where circumference is provided, you may divide circumference by 3.14 to determine diameter. In this case, the diameter is 31.847".

Coker Tire Support on September 06, 2016
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Hello, Im looking for a Nostalgia Drag tire for my Front engine dragster. Wheels are 11-16" . Can you give the spec 13.00 -16 M/H drag tires ? And also 13.00-16.
By Anders Brandstrom on August 28, 2017

See "Specifications" once any given tire size is selected to see all relevant measurements.

Coker Tire Support on August 28, 2017
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What wheels are these tires mounted on in the pictures?
By Tristan on August 13, 2016

The wheel in the photos is our Hot Rod Steel wheel, available here.

Coker Tire Support on August 15, 2016
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