I have a set of tires on right now made by a Singapore Co. that's been around since the 50's. They do have a U.S. mfg plant but their tires are also made in several facilities and sold in over 130 country's. They're warranted against defects and mileage (45k) and they seem to be wearing well and have good (so far) wet weather performance here in the NW. Buy from an established ISO certified mfg that warranties their products and there shouldn't be an issue.
Originally Posted by c502cid
I guess I'm going to be the one who isn't screaming with my hands in the air.... Buy Linglong with confidence. I sell USA goods in China, I'm there a lot. You see Linglongs on everything, especially heavy trucks and busses (DoubleCoin too). There aren't fiery wrecks on the side of the road, no more alligators on the highway than here, and they are sold by the major tire stores out there. I know I know, Chinese tire it has to be junk just because it's Chineeeeeeesssseeeee. They said that about Made in Japan goods once too.