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tires for '26 T modified

I'd like to run '35 Ford wire wheels on my '26 T modified. Bias ply tires have the right look, but I'd really rather have radials. Anybody know of big n' little 16" radials for 4 1/2" rims? thanx.
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Try Nitto, I am planning to run them on my 34. They have a very agressive tread pattern and come in a lot of different sizes.

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Sorry off topic here, but Vince where did your journal go that documented the buildup of the 34???



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Sorry off topic here, but Vince where did your journal go that documented the buildup of the 34???
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Really wasn't a journal, I just have some pics in my photo gallery. I have not added any lately though.

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