American Classic Bias-Look Radial 820R15 - 3 1/4" Whitewall

American Classic Bias-Look Radial 820R15 - 3 1/4" Whitewall

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Part Number:700306
  • Whitewall width: 3 1/4"
  • Recommended Rim Widths: 6 - 7"
  • Construction: Poly/Steel
  • Load/Speed Index: 102S
  • Maximum Load Capacity: 1920 pounds at 35 Pounds Per Square Inch Air Pressure
  • Tread Width: 5.60 inches
  • Section Width: 7.62 inches
  • Overall Diameter: 29.91"
  • Handcrafted in the USA.
    ▪ Asymmetrical tread design provides optimum traction and handling performance.
    ▪ Smooth whitewall.
    ▪ All season tread design.
    ▪ Outstanding ride and long tread-life.
    ▪ Polyester cord with steel belts
    ▪ Tubeless construction
    ▪ DOT and ECE certified
    ▪ UTQG: Treadwear 540, Traction: B, Temperature: B
    ▪ Approximate estimated mileage: 45,000
    ▪ Recommended air pressure: 35 PSI
    ▪ Whitewalls are molded into the tire during construction, not added on later.

     
  • *Please order your tires carefully. Let us help you. If you need to return tires and it is not our fault, there is a 20% re-stocking fee.
  • Tires must be returned in the same condition as shipped and not mounted. We cannot accept tires that have been mounted.
  • Shipping costs are the responsibility of the customer.
  • If you run inner-tubes with your tires, it is imperative that you carefully inspect and remove all stickers on the inside of the tires. We have found as many as six inspection stickers. They are not always easy to remove. We have used a hair dryer to loosen them up. If you do not remove these stickers, they can puncture your inner-tubes and cause a flat tire which could be a safety-hazard. Please call us if you have any questions on this important issue.

 

  • American Classic Tire Details
  • 6.70R15 for classic ’55-56 Thunderbird, Tri-five Chevy, early Corvette, etc.

  • 8.20R15 for classic Cadillac, Lincoln, Buick, etc. This size also works well for the rear of hot rods and street rods!

  • 7.50R14 for classic Chevy Impala, ’57 Thunderbird and many more

  • 7.10R15 for many Buick, Pontiac, Dodge and Studebaker applications

  • 8.00R15 for Cadillac, Buick, Packard and many other full size classic cars

  • 7.60R15 for Buick, Hudson, Mercury and Packard

  • 8.00R14 for many classic makes and models, such as Chevy Impala, Ford Thunderbird, Plymouth, Rambler and more!

  • 6.50R13 to fit Chevy Corvair, Chevy II, Dodge Dart, Ford Falcon and many other compact cars from the early ’60s!

  • 5.60R15 to fit classic Volkswagen Beetle, Porsche, MG and Alfa Romeo. This size also works well for the front of hot rods and street rods!

  • Construction: Polyester cord with steel belts
  • All American Classic radials are tubeless, however, they are "tube-friendly". It is perfectly OK to run inner-tubes but make sure you remove all inspection tags first before installing inner-tubes.
  • All sizes are both DOT and ECE marked. ECE is the certification for the European market.
  • UTQG: Treadwear: 540. Traction B, represents the tire's ability to stop on wet pavement. Temperature: B, represents the tire's resistance to the generation of heat and its ability to dissipate heat.
  • Approximate mileage: 45,000. Note: this is an estimate, not a warranty.
  • Recommended PSI: 35 PSI. Low air pressure can cause the sidewall to crack or lead to tire failure.
  • Mounting/Balancing Recommendations: Static balance with the weights on the inside of the tire only in order to protect the soft whitewall. This also gives a more pleasing appearance. Recommend the use of lug centric balancing over hub centric. Due to the cosmetic whitewall insert these tires may take 3 to 5 ounces to balance, this is normal.
  • Made in the USA. The whitewalls, redlines and goldlines are molded into the tire, not added on after the tires are made.
  • Caution: When converting a bias to a radial, the 75 series will be closer to the 80 series bias size. The 70 series may rub in in some applications, especially with fender skirts.
  • All listed measurements are non-scientific and may change with different rim widths.
  • Never mix bias and radials on the same vehicle because the vehicle may steer uncontrollably.
  • Old rims can often be out-of-round and should be carefully checked before mounting.
  • Older rims designed for bias-ply tires may crack if used with modern radials, as the radial places more stress on the wheels.

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