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Old 08-09-2019, 03:58 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Xist View Post
Considering she spent $339 the other day to have a plumber replace her back faucet after I looked up instructions, but needed to leave for work, I am prepared for frustration.

She did not have him look at her kitchen faucet, which I fixed for $4.
I mean if that tire is worn out I would just replace it. Pump it up to 35 pounds, and then drive to a different tire shop, as the one you are at is clearly run by incompetent buffoons.

If the low tire still has good tread, then find the leak the way I described, plug the hole, and move on with life. Take a good little drive after plugging the hole, as getting the tire hot helps the plug adhere.
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