Sure hope there's a solution on this one. I have our 97 FZJ80 shod with 255/85R16 BFG KM2. In fact. just renewed the tires. When we bought the truck, the alloys were in rough shape. The best one went underneath to replace the porous oneon the spare, the next best two went on our M101 CDN. The other one was trash like that found on the spare. I don't mind steel wheels, especially good ones, so got together with CDan and he set me up with 4 of the Toyota OEM 16x8 steel rims, P/N 42601-60361. They look good and held up well to 8 salty Midwest winters. I noticed I had a leak in the DS front. Put 45 lbs in it because I have a 100 mile round trip in the morning to see one of my docs, then noticed whatever was leaking was now louder and you could even feel it playing on your skin if your hand was in the right spot. A bright light and some further examination showed what appears to be a small area were the weld is leaking air between the rim and the center disc. What I need to know is this fixable and how big a deal is it to do so? Can the local tire shop handle it? I am hoping a quic spot weld on the inside will do the tric, but then I worry that rust is at work inside unseen, but don't really see how since the outside is so pristine.