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(12310) P235/60D15 MED

(12310) P235/60D15 MED

$90.00

A durable and affordable tire for any class that utilizes 15” bead size wheels, this DOT approved racing tire is versatile. It fits nicely on 8” to 10” wide wheels and features 4-ply construction and deep tread depth for great durability and wear. The Medium compound works best on dry, gritty, dirty and abrasive track conditions. If your class requires a DOT approved racing tire, check this one out. Approx. Circ.: 82.0" | Recom. Rim Width: 8”-10" | Measured Rim Width: 8" | Section Width: 10.5" l “cold” durometer in the 52-56 range.

14151

(14151) 13.0/82.0-15 D500

$95.00

This is the very firm right front tread compound designed for Northeast Style Modifieds and we’re overstocked at this time. The approximate durometer reading is 62 at indoor, room temperature. Recommended rim width is 12-14” | Approx. circumference is 82” | Approx. diameter is 26.3” | Approx. tread width is 13” | Approx. Section width 14.0” on a 12” wide wheel.

31159

(31159) 90.0/15.0-15 LCB D12

$125.00

This tire is designed for use on a winged dirt sprint car and the recommended rim width is 14” to 15” wide. The D12 compound is firmer than the RD12 compound and has an approximate durometer reading of 35 to 36.

(35165) 78.0/10.0-13 SCB D20

(35165) 78.0/10.0-13 SCB D20

$95.00

This Tire is designed as a left rear for Midget Dirt Racing and features the firm compound D20 and is best suited for dry and abrasive track conditions. The approximate cold durometer reading is 42 to 44. | SCB is the tread pattern designation (Small Cross Block)

(36226) 27.5/11.0-15 IMCA

(36226) 27.5/11.0-15 IMCA

$75.00

Originally designed as a short left rear tire for 12” wide wheels on IMCA Late Models, the 85.5” rollout on this tire makes it suitable for street stock, hobby car, or vintage modified applications. It could also be used as a low cost, narrow tire option for a limited late model class. The durable, low traction compound will last for several nights and the 2-ply sidewall still provides a good driver feel. Approx. Circ.: 85.5" | Recom. Rim Width: 8”-12" | Measured Rim Width: 12" | Section Width: 13.75" \ “cold” durometer of 62-64.

(36239) 28.0/11.0-15 IMCA

(36239) 28.0/11.0-15 IMCA

$75.00

Originally designed as a taller left rear tire for 12” wide wheels on IMCA Late Models, this 87.0” rollout makes this a great tall-tire option for 10” wheels on a street stock, hobby car, or vintage modified. It could also be used as a low cost, narrow tire option for a limited late model class. The durable, low traction compound will last for several nights and the 2-ply sidewall still provides decent traction. Approx. Circ.: 87.0" | Recom. Rim Width: 8”-12" | Measured Rim Width: 12" | Section Width: 13.75" | “cold” durometer of 62-64.

(36316) 29.0/11.0-15 IMCA

(36316) 29.0/11.0-15 IMCA

$75.00

The front and right rear tire originally designed to match the 27.5 and 28.0 IMCA left rear tires also on our discontinued list, this 91.0” rollout tire will work well on a street stock, hobby car, or vintage modified application and fit 8”-12” wide wheels. It can also be used as a low cost, narrow tire option for a limited late model class. The durable, low traction compound will last for several nights and the 2-ply sidewall still provides good handling characteristics. Approx. Circ.: 91.0" | Recom. Rim Width: 8”-12" | Measured Rim Width: 12" | Section Width: 13.75" | “cold” durometer of 62-64.

(38221) 105/16.0-15 H20

(38221) 105/16.0-15 H20

$100.00

Right Rear Sprint Dirt Tire for winged or non-wing sprint racing. Ideal wheel width is 17” but also can be utilized on a 16” wide or 18” wide wheel. | The H20 is mid-range tread compound. The approximate durometer reading is 42 at indoor, room temperature and features the Large Checker Board (LCB) Tread Pattern | Approx. Circ: 105” | Recom. Rim Width: 16” to 18” |Measured Rim Width: 17” |Section Width 20.3”

38221

(38221) 105/16.0-15 HR15

$115.00

Is suitable as right rear tire for winged and non-wing sprint racing. Ideal wheel width is 17” but can be used on a 16” wide or 18” wide. | HR15 is a Soft to Mid-range tread compound. | Performs best on a “low wear” or “low heat” track. The approximate durometer reading is 36 to 37 at indoor, room temperature.

38231

(38231) 105/18.0-15 HARD

$95.00

Designed for a winged or Non-Wing Sprint with a full 18” wide tread width. | The “hard” compound performs best on a very dry and abrasive surface “rubber down” | Optimal wheel width is 17” or 18” wide | The approximate durometer reading is 60 to 62 at indoor, room temperature.

(38234) 105/18.0-15 W18

(38234) 105/18.0-15 W18

$110.00

Right Rear Sprint Dirt Tire for winged or non-wing sprint racing. Ideal wheel width is 17” but also can be utilized on a 16” wide or 18” wide wheel. | The W18 is mid-range tread compound. The approximate durometer reading is 42 at indoor, room temperature and features the Large Checker Board (LCB) Tread Pattern | Approx. Circ: 105” | Recom. Rim Width: 16” to 18” |Measured Rim Width: 17” |Section Width 21.5”

(42130) 60.0/ 7.0-10 SCL D20

(42130) 60.0/ 7.0-10 SCL D20

$50.00

The approximate durometer reading is 42 at indoor, room temperature | Recommended rim width is 7.0” | Approx. circumference is 60.0” | Approx. diameter is 19.0” | Approx. tread width is 7.0” | Approx. Section width is 9.0” on a 7 ” wide wheel.

(42183) 63.0/10.0-10 CB D25

(42183) 63.0/10.0-10 CB D25

$50.00

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42225

(42225) 65.0/10.0-10 CB D25

$95.00

This tire is designed for use on a 250cc or 270cc micro sprint as a right rear. The tire features a firm tread compound for dry and abrasive track conditions. The approximate durometer is 48 at indoor, room temperature. Recommended rim width is 10” | Approx. circumference is 65” | Approx. diameter is 20.5” | Approx. tread width is 10” | Approx. Section width 11.5” is a 10” wide wheel.

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It began in the early 1950's when Bob Newton, along with his supportive wife Joyce, began a successful racing career on the small asphalt tracks of northern Indiana. Like many of his fellow drivers, Bob was not satisfied with driving on street tires with their limited sizing options and hard tread compounds. It was during these early days that Bob had a vision to produce his own tires specifically designed for racing. So in 1957 Bob and Joyce began their own business in an old abandoned horse barn in South Bend, Indiana selling tires to local racers... and Hoosier Racing Tire was born.

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