Coker Tire 59132 Details
On/Off-Road Truck Tires
These long lasting and durable tires offer exceptional traction for pickups, vans, campers on both highways and for off-road uses. These tires have a minimum stone retention design. Clean out is a snap as mud and stones are cast off as the tire rotates.
Restore your antique/vintage/classic truck or military vehicle with Coker Tires. The quality of any restoration is in the details. Coker Vintage Truck and Military Tires include popular tire sizes and treads for your rig. Whether restoring to original or customizing, Coker can provide the look you want.
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Roughly, how long will these tires last if mostly used on-road and moderately used offroad?
How long do these tires last?
Will these mount on a 5.5" rim?
What is overall size diameter of the tire 265? 33?
are these tubeless?
Are these radial or bias ply?
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