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Goodyear F60/15 Goodyear Polyglas GT

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’69 Shelby, Boss 302, 429 Mustangs, Grand Sports, Daytona’s Superbirds, ’70 Z28’s and hemi’s galore. If you knew how to fly, 60 Series Goodyear Polyglas GT’s were the ticket. The super car manufacturers knew the tire to use.

Construction: 2/2 Polyester Fiberglass
Original Equipment Years: ’69 - ’70 - 1/2

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Price per tire: $330.00


Product Code CB4GF
Size F60/15
Rim Width 7"
Section Width 9.23"
Overall Diameter 26.27"
Rolling Circumference 82.53"
Rev./Mile 767
Tread Width 8.25"
Sidewall Design RWL N/S
Max Load 1500 lbs. @ 32 psi
Tire Weight 27 lbs

1st Generation Camaro Note only – Read Carefully

14” Goodyear Tire Fitments

Goodyear Polyglas tires were first used and going forward in April of 1969. For Goodyear RWL fitments for vehicle build dates beginning in April 1969 thru October 1969 use Goodyear Polyglas SKU# CB5KL. November thru December of 1969, a running change was in place with Goodyear Polyglas installations. Thus either the CB5KL or CB5KJ may be used. As you see, this is encompassing the first half of the 1970 build year. Prior usage from 1967 thru March of 1969 was the Goodyear Speedway Wide Tread series.

15” Goodyear Tire Fitments

The Z28 cars of this generation are well defined. 1967 735/15 Red Line SKU# CBBMV. 1968 & 1969 Goodyear Speedway Wide Tread GT E70/15 RWL STK# CB3EX. 1970 – see running change note above. F60/15 RWL STK# CB4GF or CB4GG depending on vehicle build date. The F60/15 RWL STK# CB4GG was used from January 1970 thru the end of first generation O. E. bias fitments.

FOB CAMDENTON, MO. • (Prices are subject to change without notice.) • Prices effective 9/01/21
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