Hey, I purchashed used wheels off CL, had them mounted only to discover one had samall pinhole and was losing air, tire shop suggested tube instead of weld, your thoughts please. Thanks


Asked by Aug 18, 2014 at 09:13 PM

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Welding would be better fix,but tube will suffice.


NICE, until I can afford another set thats great, thank you


They will probably want to sell you a boot also, it will save the tube from any wheel sharp spots.

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