But the Mk II still says 215.50/15.....
Actually in the "Owner's Manual" it says 225/50/15, but orally I was told by Superformance/Hillbank that 225s won't work (they were rather emphatic, as I recall, re body damage). The Owner's Manual is generally not the best, to put it mildly. I thank everyone who has replied to my inquiries, but I think the bottom line is that unless you want to experiment with different makes front/rear (and people will then say "never mix makes"), go to different wheels etc., your choice is the Avons or BF Goodriches.But the Mk II still says 215.50/15.....
Thank you---yes, I have been looking at these, and also at Mickey Thompson tires. I am having some difficulty correlating the different sizing info, but am working on it.If you're looking for a old-style track tire (not DOT approved), Goodyear Cobra bias-ply tires are still available for 15" wheels,
Luckily, I live only a couple hours from themI don't know if they still do it, but in the past Sasco, brought tires to a vintage events for pickup, instead of paying for shipping.
Coker bought two vintage wheel manufacturers and then shut them down. A better bet should be Hankook.maybe they will sell the rights of the CR6ZZ to Coker tire.