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Classic Austin Mini Cooper Tires 205/50/10

Classic Austin Mini Cooper Tires 205/50/10

Classic Austin Mini Cooper Tires 205/50/10
Part No: TIRE20
Fits the following:
Classic Mini
An inch lower and an inch and a half wider than anything we've had before with deep aggressive tread! Shown mounted on six-inch Revolutions (not included), these new tires are by far the widest tire we've ever seen! Early results show them to be a little "squirrelly" with full tread, and the rubber may be a little soft for a long life, but they do look great and they're D.O.T. approved. These are listed as trailer & golf cart tires but sure look great on a Mini!

These tires are ideal for show cars but should not be considered a performance upgrade. 4 ply rated tire.  Speed rating is 66n = 87MPh.

Mount tires to rim by hand only! Machine mounting will damage the tire and will not be warranted!

Do you have tires with the following dimensions: 490/160-10. If so, are they approved for Swedish roads?
The tire size you quoted is not anything we have ever seen, the widest we might offer is:  https://www.minimania.com/part/TIRE20/Classic-Austin-Mini-Cooper-Tires-205-50-10

Mini Mania Tech Team

The Classic Mini Parts and Accessories Experts

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