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Has anybody had experience with Fisk Tires? I was considering replacing my current tires with some of the new Red Line radials that Coker is now making, but they are cost prohibitive ($150 a pop) so I am looking at some Fisk SR4 Whitewalls. They look nice, and the car doesn't get driven hard or more than about 1000 miles a year. The ones on it now are showing some rot. (PO had the car in a carport under a cover for two years)
 

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Fisk has been around since the turn of the century. It has been a division of Uniroyal since 1939. Which is now owned by Michelin
 

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I agree. They should be okay.
They've been around since the Earth cooled.
 

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Resurecting this OLD OLD thread because it came up when I did a search for "Fisk Tires" on Google-I am looking at/for some inexpensive tires (22560R16) for my '97 Thunderbird LX Sport model. Any RECENT experiances with the FISK CLASSIC??
 
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