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|jason maroon||evidently the water in the rear tire on my L210 has had an adverse effect on my rim over the last 30 years or so.. it's leaking around the valve stem..(it makes bubbles at the base of the stem.. does any body have a fix that's not too expensive?
|Smokin Dog|| Sounds like a rust problem, the only sure
way is to remove the tire and sand blast the
rim and may have to repair the valve stem hole
and repaint. could be possable to go to the
next size larger valve stem ( base ).
|Rufus|| Had the same problem, took off the tire
and found all kinds of rust, the rust has to
be gone in order to stop the leakage, had to
drill out the valve stem hole and get a fater
base valve for a large truck to repair it.
|BIG TOM|| If it's rust...no easy fix, try the easy way
and you will always have a leak