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Will a new inner tube fix the leaking of a rim? If not do you know how?

I bent my rim about a year ago, could this be a cause?

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If you have a tube in the tire now a new one should fix it. If there is no tube and you want to put one in then it will most likely fix it, if it is just a tire on a rim like on a car then the leak is is due to the bent rim

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