Dick Cepek Tires

    For any off-road enthusiast, the name Dick Cepek is instantly recognizable. Right from the start, the brand was built for off-road enthusiasts and by an off-road enthusiast too! When Dick Cepek first started his eponymous brand in the 60’s, it was mainly so that he could supply his friends, family, and other fellow outdoorsmen and adventurers with what they needed to survive in harsh environments. Many of the products that Dick Cepek came up with were to cater to his own needs too!

    Got a show truck or tricked out daily driver? Nothing will make your truck stand out like a set of Dick Cepek Tires and Wheels! Like to go off road too? No problem! Dick Cepek tires and wheels not only look great but they are built to perform. Got ahead and take the trail you want! Dick Cepek has got you covered with features like heavy duty puncture resistant sidewalls, big meaty tread, and sidebiters that grip even the toughest obstacles.

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    Do you like Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Camping, ATV's, or Motorcycles? You'll need a tire that will take you to the places you need to go. Dick Cepek tires and wheels are made to get dirty, wet, or muddy. Get out there and do what you like, and don't worry about getting stuck. Dick Cepek's mission is still carried out today by helping thousands of customers to enjoy products that enhance their vehicle and provide off road capability to those that need it.

    Understanding Tires

    There is a lot of information on the sidewall of a tire. Typically, you'll find UTQG ratings for treadwear, traction and temperature, the size of the tire, the load rating index number with a speed rating index, the construction type (bias or radial), the D.O.T. compliance code, and construction details. On some tires used as original equipment, you may also find a marking that indicates its OE status.

    Understanding Tires


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