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Classic Austin Mini 165/60/12 Falken Tire

Classic Austin Mini 165/60/12 Falken Tire

Classic Austin Mini 165/60/12 Falken Tire
Part No: FALKEN-12
In Stock
Internet Price $99.95
Alternate Products
Austin Mini 145/70/12 Falken Tire
$79.95 Austin Mini 145/70/12 Falken Tire
Austin Mini 165/60/12 Yokohama A539 Tire
$119.95 Austin Mini 165/60/12 Yokohama A539 Tire
Produced by the sixth largest tyre manufacturer in the world, the ZE914 features an innovative asymmetrical tread design, extra hard wearing silica based compound and tough wear resistant pattern. These features maximise road grip and improve all round handling thus making it ideal for drivers seeking the excitement of performance driving whilst retaining the enjoyment of supreme comfort and safety. The safety issue is enhanced with the inclusion of the unique "Special Eye" wear indicators.

EU label information
  • Rolling resistance G
  • Wet Grip E
  • External Noise (Wave) 2
  • Esternal Noise (dB) 70

    If your Mini was produced or "reshelled" after 1984 it likely has 12" tires. The good news is that it was done to cover the wonderful brakes the car is now equipped with. The bad news is that 12" tires to fit a Mini are almost impossible to locate. Only two sizes will work: 145 70/12 and 165 60/12. We currently have a few of each size in stock; 145 for cruising and wider Falken 165/60-12" for sportier driving! These tires are DOT approved.
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