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Hey guys so i found a set of rubicon wheels with realy good bfg mts(255), anyway they were in the guys back yard and got a little water in them, what's the easiest way to remove the water. Thanks in advanced.
 

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Shop vac, towels, and some kind of air flow? Or is it not that simple? lol
 

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Probably the best way is to have a tire place (Les Schwab etc.) dismount and clean the tires, then remount them to the wheels. If water's in them, who knows what else? Dirt? Mice nests? That's what happens when they sit around with their beads broken open.
 

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Lots of high schools have auto classes or your county may have a vocational school for that.


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Almost every high school in my area has an auto shop/class through the BOCES program.
 
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