Old Man with a Hat
- Aug 8, 2014
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- Richmond, VA
It's probably a bead leak. Can't find leak at tread, sprayed soap and water. Sealant on the bead might do it. Definitely not buying new tires. Car needs to go to a body shop. Junk rims and tires for that. In the meantime, road wheels feed my soul.IMO, any project car wearing matching wheels/tires feeds the soul a bit, especially when they all hold air - but there's no sense putting on new tires just yet.
Take wheel/tire #4 to a tire shop and have them put a tube in it. Might need to source the tube yourself, or if you can break the bead you can tube it yourself with some effort.
Shouldn't cost more than $50 total?