4.50 x 19 Excelsior

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4.50x19 Excelsior
£129.60 £108.00
Michelin Kleber Offset Valve Inner Tube
£18.00 £15.00

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£45.60 £38.00
Michelin 19MFR Central Valve Inner Tube
£16.80 £14.00
BUDGET 400-450 19" Offset Valve Inner Tube
£14.40 £12.00
Pack of 5 Classic Valve Caps
£4.20 £3.50
Rim Band for Wire Wheels 18" - 21"
£3.60 £3.00
Pack of 5 Classic Car Tyre Valve Collars
£2.40 £2.00
The Overall Diameter of the 4.50 x 19 Excelsior is 705 mm and the width is 108 mm. For more information on the 4.50 x 19 Excelsior please see below or call +44 (0) 1302 711 123.

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TUBE TYPE
INDICATED WIDTHASPECT RATIOCROSSPLYRIMWIDTHLOAD INDEXSPEED RATINGMANUFACTURERTREAD
450X1969PExcelsiorTube Type (TT)
More Information
BRANDExcelsior
TYPECrossply
RIM DIAMETER19" / 482.6 mm
ACTUAL WIDTH108 mm / 4.25"
TREAD WIDTHN/A
OVERALL DIAMETER INFLATED705 mm / 27.75"
ROLLING CIRCUMFERENCEN/A
WEIGHT OF TYREN/A
LOAD INDEX69 = 325 kgs
SPEED RATINGP = 93 mph / 150 km/h
RECOMMENDED TUBESMichelin 19MFR Central Valve or Michelin Kleber Offset Valve
TUBE OR TUBELESSTT (Tube Type)
RECOMMENDED RIM WIDTHN/A
WHITEWALLN/A
Whitewall WidthN/A
ALTERNATIVE SIZE DESCRIPTION450-19 , 450 -19 , 450 - 19 , 450 X19 , 450 X 19 , 450 19, 450*19 , 450 *19 , 450 * 19 , 450/19 , 450 /19 , 450 / 19
PRODUCT TYPESingle Tyre
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  1. 5
    Exelcior was 100% similar to the Dunlops I alweady have.

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  2. 5
    Seem good product

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  3. 3
    They look OK, run OK but wear quickly

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  4. 5
    very good

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  5. 5
    good to find supplier of excelsior tyres

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  6. 5
    Appears to be a good product

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  7. 3
    They match the Dunlop in appearance, but wear out very quickly

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