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My rear rim with tire keeps damaging on railroad tracks, what would be the main components to purchase in order to solve the problem?

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Make sure your tire pressure is set. If it is low, or has a slow leak, it can dammage a wheel. Slow down, as there is no components you can add to solve this.

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