Military Vehicles, June 1997,: Re: [MV] Directional tyres

Re: [MV] Directional tyres

Jess Minton (
Wed, 18 Jun 1997 13:33:06 +0000

I realize it is a ways off but Wallace W. Wade <mvpa#8395> in Dallas, Texas
USA. probably has the "tyres" you are looking for.
his address is:
530 Regal Row
Dallas, Texas 75247
phone (214) 688-0091
fax (214) 634-8465

Good luck,
Jess Minton
Arlington, TX.

At 12:12 PM 6/18/97 +0000, you wrote:
>Hi List,
>Does anyone know whether directional (ie., chevron pattern) tyres in WW2
>military sizes (9.00x16, 7.50x20, 10.50x20, etc) are still made anywhere in
>the world.
>A friend of mine got some new directional 10.50x16" tyres from Dick Cepek many
>years ago but they were probably the last in captivity. The occasional NOS WW2
>tyre turns up but the rubber is usually too hard after all these years for
>serious road use.
>David Robinson. Brisbane. Australia.

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