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    JR
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    Default Aluminum Wheel - Slow Air Leak

    Once again its winter in Minnesota and all of my tires or rims will
    frequently lose 10-20 lbs of air in 1-2 weeks. I've had them remounted
    a couple of times, but no luck. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
    Considering the age/condition of the vehicle (97 Avenger) I would be
    reluctant to purchase new rims (200.00+). Are there less costly ones
    (17 in. steel?) for this car. Thanks.

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    KirkM
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    Default Aluminum Wheel - Slow Air Leak

    Once again its winter in Minnesota and all of my tires or rims will
    frequently lose 10-20 lbs of air in 1-2 weeks. I've had them remounted
    a couple of times, but no luck. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
    Considering the age/condition of the vehicle (97 Avenger) I would be
    reluctant to purchase new rims (200.00+). Are there less costly ones
    (17 in. steel?) for this car. Thanks.
    My brother had this problem years ago with an American Mag wheel. I
    think they had to put in an innertube to fix the problem.

    -KM

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    man of machines
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    Default Aluminum Wheel - Slow Air Leak

    Once again its winter in Minnesota and all of my tires or rims will
    frequently lose 10-20 lbs of air in 1-2 weeks. I've had them remounted
    a couple of times, but no luck. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
    Considering the age/condition of the vehicle (97 Avenger) I would be
    reluctant to purchase new rims (200.00+). Are there less costly ones
    (17 in. steel?) for this car. Thanks.
    did they clean off the white tarnish from the rims and use bead sealer a
    must with aluminum to seal tires to rims

    JR wrote:

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