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

$351.00

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Designed for high horsepower cars, these M&H Racemaster 1200-16 vintage drag slicks are perfect for an alcohol or nitro burning front engine dragster, or other type of nostalgia drag car. They feature M&H Tires' popular #8 compound and an 11.6-inch tread width ensure a huge contact patch and plenty of sidewall with an overall diameter of 31.8 inches. 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.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU MVD004
Brand M&H Racemaster
Product Size 1200-16
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Rim Diameter 16
Section Width (in) 13.6
Tread Width 11.60
Rim Width (in) 10
Width Bias Ply 12.00
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

 
Question:
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
Answer:

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

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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Question:
What wheels are these tires mounted on in the pictures?
By Tristan on August 13, 2016
Answer:

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

Coker Tire Support on August 15, 2016
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