Douglas Tires Support Ticket - Tomball, Texas

douglas extra trac II P195 75 r14

Created By: Olbldngtssr's Picture Olbldngtssr Last Reply: FrankCastle1958's Picture FrankCastle1958
Priority Level: [Emergency] Status: [Open]
Created: 3 years ago Last Updated: 3 years ago
Department: N/A Replies: 2

bought set of 4 tires from walmart 3 1/2 years ago. have driven on them for less than 30,000 miles. they are now separating, leaking air, and wire coming through at side wall where tread starts. Like a retread coming apart sort of. I have had one completely fail, one will go flat in 30 minutes and the other two need air every other day. Walmart replaced one that failed after much hassle. They did not want to do it even though it was under warrantee still. I had to pay 45.00 as they only credited me 11 for the tire. Please help me with the other 3 that are failing now. It is an extreme hazard.


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FrankCastle1958 says: (3 years ago)
Tires go bad, from, both WEAR.. AND AGE... UV rays eat some rubber compounds up..... 3 1/2 years of NORMAL USE.. and those tires would have been shot anyway...

For years, people have relied on a tire's tread depth to determine its condition. But the rubber compounds in a tire deteriorate with time, regardless of the condition of the tread. An old tire poses a safety hazard.

For some people, old tires might never be an issue. If you drive a typical number of miles, somewhere around 12,000-15,000 miles annually, a tire's tread will wear out in three to four years, long before the rubber compound does. But if you only drive 6,000 miles a year, or have a car that you only drive on weekends, aging tires could be an issue. The age warning also applies to spare tires and "new" tires that have never been used but are old.


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