On my 13 touring it has 30x3 on front and 30x3.5 on back on the front it has non skids that need replaced the back look new
And r comander brand. question is what to put on front thanks patrick
I'd use regular "drivers". Cheaper and they last longer.
How much do you like to be able to read what your tread says?
I paid a nice premium just to be able to show how unique the tires were back in the day. They don't wear as good as other threads either.
I found a steal on Ebay and were perfect.
The non skid tire from30 or 40 years ago wore very well.
Coker Excelsiors (previously known as Commanders) are, in my opinion, the most authentic looking as well as best looking tires because they do not look oversize like some of the other "brands" (such as Firestone and Universal T-Driver).
Click on this link to see a photo of my father's 1917 touring with Coker Commanders (Excelsiors):
I am still running 30 year old non skids on one of my cars but the new ones wear away quickly. I run Excelsiors on my cars now.
I saw a full set of very lightly used old NON SKIDs ("almost NOS") at Richmond for $800. They were soon gone.
I messed up I talked to him and told him I would be back after he set his spot up because the end of the street was clustered ate breakfast came back and they were gone next time I will dig them out.