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1969 Bump Tire Source?

I found 7.00 X 15 traction treads in 6 ply for the rear which is what I want for off road driving around the ranch. But the matching 6 ply transports for the front are NLA. I guess I'd probably put car tires on the front. I'd like to stay with bias to keep the original look. Modern size to replace 8.25 X 15 and where to get them? Desirable brands? I'd like USA made if I can get them.
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have you looked at Coker tire?
http://www.cokertire.com/radial-whit...FZSFfgodJGUAuw

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