EDIT: i dunno if the temp. has anything to do with it, but it's been below 30 for most of the winter up here...
could be the valve i guess. so far, the ritual is that i go to start the car in the AM before work and the back-right tire is almost down to the rim, but always still with some air in it, and this seems to only happen every 2-3 weeks or so, over the last ~3 months.
in the interest of full disclosure, i'm really hoping the tilt has nothing to do with it since i have nowhere else to park near my apt. this is driving me crazy though...there doesn't seem to be any discernible pattern as to when the tire goes flat.
Originally Posted by krzyss
I do not think that the tilt, sway or pitch or whatever we can call it makes a difference. How does this tire go flat? Road debris? Maybe valve is bad?
Maybe it is improperly mounted? I had new tires mounted and they were improperly seated and beads were leaking.
I am not using this store anymore.