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Personally, I don't have any reason to consider the Douglas tires for any reason inferior to other brands, but there are two factors where Walmart tires could be less desirable than another brand. One is the degree of specialized service that is available at dedicated tire stores.
Douglas tires are made in Kelly-Springfield Tire Company factories, which is a division of Goodyear. Douglas is simply the brand that Goodyear and Kelly Tires manufacture for sale in Wal-Mart stores. Since it is essentially Goodyear and Kelly Tires that make Douglas tires, one should look at the quality of Goodyear and Kelly tires to accurately ...
For nearly 25 years, the Douglas brand has been a smart choice for dependable versatility at an everyday value. Whether your vehicle calls for performance tires or standard passenger tires, you can get the benefits you need for a great price.
My tires were made in the 31st week of 2002 in a Union City, Tennessee plant, according to the DOT code. My PO probably bought the tires from Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart has been a retailer of Douglas tires since 1991 and uses them as an inexpensive alternative to its "General" tire line. Any stories to share (good or bad)? Jeremy _____
I see a TON of people riding on walmart douglas tires. Walmart seems to be somewhat expensive on tires, so compare them to other places. If you have a sams club card, it might be cheaper to get a name brand tire, then to get the douglas brand from walmart. I doubt you will get the treadwear of 40k.
Douglas tires are what is called a "private label" brand and in this case is the "house brand" for Wal-Mart (you can only get them there). Private-label tires are low-cost, high margin products that many chains prefer because you can't buy them anywhere else so therefore you can't easily price compare them anywhere else.