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Re: 700-18 tires
glend #1398646 Wed Feb 24 2021 06:16 PM
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That is one slick looking tow truck!

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Re: 700-18 tires
glend #1399258 Sun Feb 28 2021 07:41 AM
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I I did a quick search, looks like the 7.00x18 is pretty rare. Coker has a reproduction Firestone in that size, but it's a car tire. If your truck is just a cruiser and not a worker, they should hold up fine. They also have STA and Deka tires. They're both a little pricey, $200-250 for the STA and over $300 for the Deka. Not to mention rim flaps and tubes.

BTW- the STA Traxion tires are actually more of a mud tire and not the one in the Coker picture.

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Re: 700-18 tires
glend #1408741 Wed May 05 2021 04:59 PM
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Did u find tires? If not pm me I've 2 near new steer tires bias ply tube type thx

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