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Any 820-15 rear tires out there, let me see some pics...

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by vendettaautofab, Feb 19, 2009.

  1. vendettaautofab
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    I am looking for pics of a some 820-15's on the back of a 32 roadster, but any 820-15 pics will do
     
  2. truckdude1
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    On a '56 IH.
     

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  3. Drive Em
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    These are on the back of my '27 Track T:

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  4. Grumpy
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    8.20-15's on my buddys A sedan.
     

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  5. Richard Head
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    This car has 8.20 15 on 15 x 7 wheels. All of my pictures are still on my old hard drive, so no real good side views.

    Dave
     

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  6. milorat
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    The backs are 820's and fronts are 560's....
     

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  7. HotRodDrummer
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    Dad's roadster pick up has 820's on it, but I don't have any picutes in this computer, I'll try to scan some...
     
  8. vendettaautofab
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    15" rim?
     
  9. HotRodDrummer
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    I think so, yeah..
     
  10. vendettaautofab
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    Is that it on your site? If so, can you get me the tire size up front too?
     
  11. Ebert
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    [​IMG]
     

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  12. Toast
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    8.20x15 rear and 6.00x16 front

    [​IMG]
     
  13. Flipper
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    How wide are your wheels?
     
  14. HOTRODRUBBER
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    And in this corner Firestone 8.20-15"

    And in this Corner HURST 30"x8"x15" Capped on Firestone 8.20-15"

    Fresh Pie's Everyday

    HURST RACING TIRES
     

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  15. jpbanjo
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    Here's a set of BFG Silvertown bias plies with 2 1/2 in. whitewalls, 6.70's in front and 8.20-15's in the rear on old '48 Merc rims plus '50 Ford beauty rings and Bell Auto "baldy" caps. This was the hot setup back in '59 when I built the car.[​IMG]
     
  16. nsh57
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    This is close. 8.25-16's on a 32 Roadster. I'm running 6.00-16's up front.


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  17. 8.20x15 and 5.20x15 coker www
     

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  18. luckyfasteddie
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    Mine on a 7" rim
     

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  19. Kajewski
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    what size are on the front? looks amzing!
     
  20. prpmmp
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    American Classics Radial(bias ply look) Posers!! 820-15 back and 560-15 front Pete[​IMG]
     
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  21. Oldbill51
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    My 29 roadster project 8.20 x 15s on the rear IMG_20151204_113827689.jpg
     
  22. MO_JUNK
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    The rears on my 57' are Firestone 820x15 from Speedway. They fill up the wheelwells on this sedan but I think they would be a good choice for a 32' 57 Ford 300 sedan.JPG
     
  23. clem
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    image.jpeg

    Same overall size as 750x16"
     
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  24. Moriarity
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    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1466431266.251345.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1466431278.234555.jpg

    8.20 x 15 on my 40
     
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  25. 820 BFG-Cokers on 7" rim 49 Merc centers
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  26. Kiwi 4d
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    Love the look of these, these are closer to a poser than the coker classic bias radial, with the pie crust look. So how do they ride is the big question??

     
  27. prpmmp
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    They ride outstanding!!! Highway,back roads, they make this car a pleasure to drive!! I would buy again in a heartbeat!!! Pete
     
  28. Kiwi 4d
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    Thanks for that... So will they do 750 x 16.??
     
  29. prpmmp
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    I believe they only come in 13,14 and 15 inch! (acording to Coker Websight) Pete
     
  30. Don's Hot Rods
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    from florida

    Ok, I'll play. Here are the 8.20's on my 27.

    [​IMG]

    Don
     

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