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Think a small weld would be ok to keep air in it till I can get new wheels?
 

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im going to go with yes it should, but you may want some others to weigh in here as well. how long till u get new wheels?
 

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crack is bigger than once thought after tire came off and the cost for it to get fixed is more than the wheel itself
 

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Personally I wouldn't risk getting it repaired if you can get a brand new for the same price ! It's the safer way for yourself and for your wallet !
 

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not sure how it happened just showed up one day
 

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Looks like the victim of a pothole. I personally wouldn't feel safe driving a car with a compromised wheel, welded or not. Also, it looks slightly out of round so that might not actually fix the leak, and as you mentioned, "fixing" it would be more expensive that replacing it. Unless you've got high end BBS wheels or the like, wheels are cheap.
 

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yeah im gonna be on a donut for a month or 2 till i can afford new wheels
 

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dont have em anymore :sad: had to make some room when my wifes stuff got out here....wish i still had em
 

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FYI most credited tire stores won't work on cracked wheels. Or at least I know discount tire won't. Welded or not the wheels integrity has been compromised at one point.
 
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