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2002 dodge caravan original chrome wheels are said to be getting pieces of chrome inside tire. if so does this damage the inside or the tire?

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It shouldn't hurt the tire,but may cause a slow leak if the chrome is flaking off at the 'bead' where the tire seals to the rim.

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