Bad news brother, it's NOT the tires...Nothing against the Firestones but have two tires with slow leaks, on my 2021 RTL-E and figure now is the time to change.
I will be replacing with the same size (245/60-18) as I do not think I need wider for a light truck that seldom leaves the asphalt. Wider to me means a greater chance of hydroplaning in Florida’s torrential rainfalls.
What is the top choice Michelin if money was not a factor
Defender LTX M/S
Latitude Tour HP
"They just don't build them like they use to"... For some unknown, and literally unknown reason, all cars burn oil and tires leak... Before 1974 that never happened, oil got dirty, tires got punctured, today you add more oil to clean oil, and pump up the tires regularly... and it's not just the Ridgeline... Mercedes, Toyota, Ford, Chrysler, Chevy... I owned them all, and same thing, oil burns and tires leak
This year bought a Ryobi battery powered inflator for $25, it has it's own home in my trunk and I've use it a few times at my leisure when the dash would tell me I needed to, 1 psi per minute... no more "finding the time" to swing into America Tire (My tire store) for a quick pump up...
BTW, "burns" is an assumption, the oil "disappears", no smoke like a burn, and yet no leaks... Maybe today's oil has a high water content that evaporates...