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L60-14 Tires...Do they still exist?

I have a set of L60-14's on my rear that are really old and need to be replaced. I have searched everywhere the internet could take me and so far have found nothing. Every tire shop in my vicinity has phased thiese tires out and none of them could direct me to a place where I could find them. Does anyone here know where I can find these size tires, and if possible, tell me what the radial equivalent size is?

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Try Coker Tires... You won't like the prices!

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Heres a helpful tire size conversion chart. Are you looking for raised white letter tires? BFG still makes a them but may not have your exact size.

http://www.turbinecar.com/tires.htm

Tire rack site is good for searching prices and tire specs

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Re: L60-14 Tires...Do they still exist?

I have a set in my garage but I'm sure there just as old
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try this http://www.dbtires.com/

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Thanks everyone.

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Try Summit Racing I have a 2010 Catalog that shows L60x14 tires available
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OH HAPPY DAY!!!!

I found a set on Craigslist that I just picked up for $200. The guy that sold them was totally awsome and even threw in the front tires and rims..

These babies have a TON of meat on them and are as clean as the day they were manufactured without a single blemish or crack anywhere. Now I can get in at least a little more road time before winter hits without fear of another blowout like the last one I had.


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You might try to figure out how old those tires are before running them, when tires go around at 60mph there is alot of force that will let them come apart.....j


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You might try to figure out how old those tires are before running them, when tires go around at 60mph there is alot of force that will let them come apart.....j
Guy says he bought them a few years ago for a machine he only used in shows and were hardly used.

Stll look new, like these: http://www.onlinetires.com/products/...a+96s+rwl.html

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You might try to figure out how old those tires are before running them, when tires go around at 60mph there is alot of force that will let them come apart.....j
As Jay pointed out...check the code just the same, eh?

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