Coker Tire 6880830 Details
17'' Wheel Diameter
Tire Tread Width: N/A Tire Section Width: 9.65'' Tire Overall Diameter: 27.17'' Wheel Diameter: 17'' Recommended Wheel Width: 6.0'' - 8.0'' Construction: Poly/Steel; Tubeless
Did you know that the first vehicle to be equipped with Goldline tires was the Chevrolet Corvette back in 1965? It's amazing that almost 50 years after they first hit the scene, you can still get classic Goldline tires from Coker Tire. The only difference is they are modern radials. These American Classic Goldline tires feature an asymmetrical tread pattern. The raised 3/8-inch Goldline is built into the tire from day one. This makes it less likely to crack or fade over time. .Features:
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