In Reply to: Re: Grand Jubilee rears wheels/tires posted by Darrell on December 10, 2022 at 18:16:17:
You can drain the tires yourself if you have a way to pump it out into a container or an area like a gravel driveway that will offer another benefit of killing whatever is growing there. Position the tires with the air fill valve at 6:00 and unscrew the core from the air fill valve and let it drain. This will save you some money over having a tire service do it for you. You can then contact a commercial/ag tire service to send a truck out to do the rest, or remove the rear wheels, have a friend help load them into a pickup and take them to the dealer to save the on-site service charges.