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No doubt... I have to get the car jacked up and see if the tire will take air without weight on it. The problem is that the car is parked in very soft soil, and there is no way I could get a jack under it to lift it up.
Really starting to think about it... Need someone else there to watch my uncle's camper that's parked next to it. It's hard to explain without you seeing what I mean. Have to back the car out at an angle, and it is parked between a camper and a pole.
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Well I got the car jacked up, and the tire still won't hold air. I found where it is off the bead, so now I know the tire has to come off... I'm just going to wait a few days (have a check coming from my other camaro that I sold to my parts guy at O'reilly's) until I can buy some new tires for it.
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