Sigh, so last week sometime I noticed my back driver tire was a little flat so I busted out the tire gauge and it was at 25 PSI and everything else was at 29-30 PSI. So I filled it up and forgot about it. A few days later, same problem. So I filled it back up and kept as eye on it. From what I can tell it has been leaking about .5-1 psi per day.
I inspected the tire and it doesn't have any obvious damage. The rim though is rusted out just like my others. And I already replaced 2 for the same issue last year. I am getting all new ones for Christmas. So I defiantly don't want to go buy another that I am going to ditch in a month.
It was down to 22 PSI today so I went up to Wal-mart and got a can of fix-a-flat. I popped it on and used about 1/4 of the can and disconnected it. I figured since it wasn't "flat" I didn't need the whole can. Then I tried to fill it up. Nothing. The valve is clogged and stuck open and currently leaking slowly
So I check the pressure and it still says 22 PSI but I figure it can't read it. So I screwed the cap back on and left it. If it goes flat I guess I will just run my spare will January.
Point is.......steel rims suck.