|Wheel Width Range:||8'' to 10'' Wide|
|Tire Section Width:||10.50''|
|Tire Tread Width:||9.5''|
|Tire Overall Diameter:||27.92''|
Where is Coker Tire made?
Coker Tire, a renowned manufacturer of high-quality performance tires, is headquartered and made in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA. With a commitment to craftsmanship and authenticity, Coker Tire produces a wide range of tires, including rear Pro-Trac tires, offering enthusiasts a combination of classic aesthetics and modern performance for various automotive applications.
Who makes Protrac tires?
Protrac tires are proudly made by Coker Tire, a leading name in the tire industry. Coker Tire has a rich history of producing specialty and performance tires, including the rear Pro-Trac tire. Designed with a focus on both style and functionality, Pro-Trac tires offer a nostalgic appearance while incorporating advanced tire technology to meet the performance demands of today's enthusiasts.
Are Coker tires made by Firestone?
No, Coker Tires are not made by Firestone. Coker Tire operates independently as a distinguished tire manufacturer with its headquarters in Chattanooga, Tennessee. While both companies have a legacy in the tire industry, Coker Tire has its own production facilities and expertise in crafting specialty and performance tires, including the rear Pro-Trac tire, to cater to the unique needs of classic and high-performance vehicles.
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