Thanks. I've thought of that too. The back tires only hold air overnight. I don't know if it they have a nail hole, a puncture on the sidewall, or a problem with the rims. Once I get out there, I was going to take a look at them and see if I could figure out where exactly they were leaking and if it was reparable, I'd bring the Jeep home on the 33s.
BTW...I want to thank everyone for all the sincere advice. I had visions of getting flamed for wanting to put smaller tires on the Jeep. It seems many Jeep owners want to max out their Jeeps with lift kits and larger tires. I just want a good daily driver that is dependable. I'm not too big on lifts and big tires anymore. Too friggin hard getting in and out of them with my worn out knees. LOL.
Now that I am part of the Jeep family, I may stick around the forum awhile and see what I can learn.
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