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Looking for the preferred 225R70X15 tire out there with raised white letters for my '70 coupe.
Was condidering Goodyear G2's but the reviews to too good.
My LS5 lives in the garage most the time.I still have the original F70-15 Wide Ovals that came with the car and they are near new.
Thx and PM's would be great.
...to me, the P 225-70/15 tires look too big for a '68-'72. The P225 is a direct replacement size for the '73-'77 GR 70-15 tires. The P215-70/15 is the best replacement size for the original F70-15 application.
My '68 with P215-70R 15 Goodyear Eagle LS Blackwall tires.
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Paul Borowski, Massillon,Ohio NCRS # 26140
1968 International Blue/Dark Blue Vinyl L-79 327/350hp 4spd Convertible
1974 Orange/Saddle Leather L-48 350/195hp Automatic Coupe
Last edited by Paul Borowski; 04-13-2007 at 10:21 AM.
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Nearly direct replacements [in radials] are the 215's. I have 225's on the front and 235's on the back of my small block '71. I will probably go with 225's all around when I replace them....but I don't need bigger tires in back. If you have a "screamer" engine, you could go as high as 255's in back (but they are too wide and too tall for my liking).