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Old 08-01-2021, 06:29 PM   #21
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Default Re: Mechanic grade tires for my '51 Ford Tudoor

I have a set of 670X15s that I just took off of my 59 Corvette . They are like new and would work fine but I am on Long Island NY. You can for 100.00 if you want to pay for shipping.
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Old 08-09-2021, 08:45 PM   #22
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Default Re: Mechanic grade tires for my '51 Ford Tudoor

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I'm starting to do the rebuild on my '51 Ford Custom Tudoor Flathead V8.

What tires could I get at a modest price for "mechanic work"? Example, do some engine or brake work, and then drive the car once around the block to see if the change is OK? Not for taking out on the road at highway speeds.

I've been thinking of farm implement tires, 6.70-15 bias ply like you would put on a farm wagon.

The alternative would be to see if I could find something like that from a salvage yard, or a small tire dealer.

Any thoughts or comments on this?

Thanks for the help.
I would just buy a brand new set and be done with it.
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