Have had work done in my car a few times at the shop. I had an old wheel from a trailer that needed the tire replaced. The wheel is used on an old bbq grill my grandpa built out of a propane tank back in the summer of ‘82. The tire I had on the wheel was about 20 years old and started to dry rot. I dropped off a newer tire and the wheel so the tire could be replaced. The wheel got beat up a bit when the tire was replaced. I was a bit upset, but it is an old wheel and is not used on the road. The day after I picked the wheel up from the shop the tire went flat, so I contacted the shop and asked if the tire can be checked to find the leak and I mentioned the condition of the wheel. I was asked to bring it in and drop it off so they could see why it wouldn’t hold air. It was explained to me what happened to the wheel to damage it. With the age of the wheel it did not fit the machine properly and so it came off the machine when the tire was being replaced. They kept it to see why it wouldn’t hold air, I figured it may just need a tube, thought maybe it had a small hole somewhere and a tube would cure it. I didn’t want to use any type of “fix a flat” because it is only moved in the yard when I use it in the summer, it would have just caused the tire to rot on the inside. I called about the tire and what was found to be the problem. They replaced the tire with a new tire and fixed the damage to the wheel. I do believe the tire will outlast me. I never expected a new tire, I thought an inner tube would be the fix. The tire was replaced with a brand new tire at no charge. The grill is used off and on. I brought it up from Dallas several years back, it has more sentimental value then anything else, it was something my grandpa put his hand to to build. I am really happy the wheel was repaired, it’s original to the grill and although it can be replaced with a new one, it’s the sentimental value that counts.