185/70R15 & 2 215/60R15 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36 N
Set of 2
185/70R15 & 185/70R15
In 1968 when the development of low profile tire technology hit the road PIRELLI were at the for front with this 185/70WR15 CINTURATO ™ CN36. The rounded carcass gave progressive steering which is critical to cars of this period, and they cannot be replace by modern tyres without spoiling these handling of these cars. It is worth pointing out that although the tyre size 185/70WR15 was not original equipment on many cars, a 185/70WR15 tire is a low profile alternative to a tire of the size 165R15, which is why this PIRELLI 185/70WR15 CINTURATO ™ CN36 is a great choice for people that want to put a bigger tyre on their TR4, TR5, TR6, Volvo P1800, MGC, Austin Healey 100/4, Austin Healey 100/6 and Austin Healey 3000.
185/70WR15 Early Porsche tires
It is fair to say that the size 185/70WR15 is predominantly associated with the early Porsche 911 as this tyre was original equipment on a 911 from 1969 when the CN36 first came out right through till 1986 when they went slightly larger on the front, having of course adjusted the car to suit more modern tyre carcasses. There has been some extensive testing of what tyres suit the early 911 best and the German article below proves categorically that the CN36 CINTURATO ™ is the one, this is backed up by Porsche awarding these tyres the N4 Porsche homologation. In 1972 Porsche fitted wider rims to it's Carrera and RS models and they fitted a 215/60WR15 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CN36 as a rear tire. This tire is also currently being produced by PIRELLI and is homologated by Porsche. As time went by the 911 fitted the larger tyres across the range right into the 911 SC models it was fitting 185/70R15 CN36 on the front and 215/60R15 CINTURATO ™ CN36 on the rear. This page shows you a fitment guide for Classic Porsche tyres.
Although not a great deal of cars actually fitted the tyre size 185/70x15 and standard equipment, many cars such as Volvo P1800, Triumph TR6 Porsche 912 for instance that would have originally fitted the tyre size 165R15 might want to fit a more modern up to date low profile tyre, and a 185/70R15 would have the same overall diameter while offering a wider section. Under these circumstances PIRELLI's CINTURATO ™ CN36 would be an excellent choice, because although it is a wider tyre it is designed with these sorts of cars in mind. Where a more modern tyre of the size 185/70R15 would have a very different carcasse, designed to be used in different circumstances.
The Overall Diameter of the 185/70 WR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CN36 is 632 mm and the width is 183 mm.
For more information on the 185/70 WR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CN36 please see below or call +44 (0) 1302 711 123.
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|INDICATED WIDTH||ASPECT RATIO||RADIAL||RIM DIAMETER||LOAD INDEX||SPEED RATING||MANUFACTURER||TREAD||TUBELESS|
|185||70||R||15||89||W||Pirelli||Cinturato CN36||Tubeless ( TL )|
|RIM DIAMETER||15" / 380 mm|
|ACTUAL WIDTH||196 mm / 7.72"|
|OVERALL DIAMETER INFLATED||637 mm / 25.07"|
|WEIGHT OF TYRE||N/A|
|LOAD INDEX||89 = 580 kgs|
|SPEED RATING||W = 168 mph / 270 km/h|
|RECOMMENDED TUBES||Michelin 15E13|
|TUBE OR TUBELESS||TL (Tubeless)|
|RECOMMENDED RIM WIDTH||5.0" to 6.5"|
|WHITEWALL||Can be applied please call +44 (0) 1302 711123 for your requirements|
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|PRODUCT TYPE||Single Tyre|
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