Coker Steel Belted
Construction: Polyester cord with steel
All 14 and
15 inch Coker Classic Nostalgia radial tires are tubeless.
16 inch tires require tubes.
are both DOT and ECE marked. ECE is the
certification for the European market.
15" Tread wear: 400. 16" tires: 350. 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.
mileage: 35,000 - 40,000. Note: this is an estimate,
not a warranty.
PSI for 14 and 15" tires: 35 PSI. 16"
tires: 40 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
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
feature an all season tread design.
The whitewalls, redlines and redlines
are molded into the tire, not added on after
the tires are made.
When converting a bias to a radial, the 75
series will be closer to the 78 or 80 series bias
size. Going larger may result in fitment
issues on some applications, especially when
using fender skirts.
measurements are non-scientific and may
change with different rim widths.
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.
designed for bias-ply tires may crack if
used with modern radials, as the radial
places more stress on the wheel.