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    Might anyone know of a tire manufacturer currently producing studdable snow tires with white sidewalls, in a 205/75/R15 size?

    I'm having a hard time finding such ...

    Larry

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    Originally posted by SuperHawk View Post
    Might anyone know of a tire manufacturer currently producing studdable snow tires with white sidewalls, in a 205/75/R15 size?

    I'm having a hard time finding such ...

    Larry
    If anyone still makes them it will likely be Coker Tire. Steve
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      Originally posted by SuperHawk View Post
      Might anyone know of a tire manufacturer currently producing studdable snow tires with white sidewalls, in a 205/75/R15 size?

      I'm having a hard time finding such ...

      Larry
      I don't know what use you have in mind, but I have a pair of 195-15 snow radials. They were used maybe 1,000 miles in two winters. They are dirty, but not cracked and dry. OK, they are 40 years old- Sears Allstate snow radials made by Michelin. Back then a 195-15 radial was directly comparable to a 6.70x15 bias ply. I bought them in the winter of '71 for my '64 Champ pickup. I didn't need studs, but one was already studded. They let me have the pair for the unstudded price and I never did anything abour pulling the studs or getting the other studded. They have a narrow whitewall, narrower than new whitewalls. If you can use them, they're yours for the shipping or pick up.
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