10.5" Tread Width
Rear Drag Slick
- Tire Size: 28.0/10.5-15W
- Tread Width: 10.9''
- Approximate Diameter: 28.0''
- Circle: 88.0''
- Recommended Rim: 10-12''
- Measured Rim: 10"
- Section Width: 13.1''
- Tire Weight: 26 lbs.
- Compound: C07
- Recommended Tube: 522-28808815
Top-Performance Drag Slicks
Hoosier tires are well-known across the country for their success in drag racing. Hoosier drag racing slicks are run by a good percentage of NHRA and IHRA sportsman racers and the bias-ply and radial construction tires are offered in multiple compounds with tread widths ranging from 8 to 17 inches.
Does the “R” after the 10.50 indicate that these are radial slicks?
What would be the section width if it was measured on a 12in wheel.
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