2011 Lincoln Town Car Executive "L" rims leak a bit, mostly the left front, loses about 3lbs a day, rears hold well, most have a bit of curb rash, stupid po...lol, but nothing drastic, not in the habit of buying cars with Aluminum rims, for this reason, they do look good, but this thing has the infernal TPS system, (special place in hell for the inventor of this nuisance) right next to the d-bag that came up with auto correct....anyway, have read that using a wheel with a scotch-brite pad on the edges then wiping them with a rag soaked in atf makes for a good seal? I have no idea, would a shop do this? I don't have the equipment to de-mount/re-mount car tires, so wondering if any of the mechanics here have any tips? I love the car, but it should not have this issue, given the caliber of car it is, hell my lowly Tercel loses about 1lb per 13 inch wheel only in 50 degree temp swings...wtf? :) (Steel rims) There is an excellent tire shop near me, but want to know what I'm asking about before I go and part with any $. Thanks in advance. Since i have your attention any recommendations for new tires? Mine have about 35-40% on them, Uniroyal Tiger Paws. said to be great in dry, ok in rain or snow, don't plan to use car in winter, but would like in a yr or so buy a set of premium tires, Michelin or Goodyear's or? Would like a great all season tire, I like how the Uniroyal's handle, but heard they suck in the snow, I don't plan to drive this car in the snow, in but may as well have an all season capable tire, I did drive in a slush storm a bit ago and these tires did just fine, no sliding, hydroplaning etc, half tempted to buy a new set? All opinions considered and appreciated.