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An excellent question. I wonder too because aluminum wheels corrode and need to be replaced after several years. Most people don't consider load ratings on wheels (or tires for that matter) but certainly should.
 

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Like this but can be worse. Older trucks require grinding inside to get the bead to seat and not leak.
It would have to be pretty substantial alloy corrosion on a wheel to consider replacing it. I had a 2008 Tundra and the wheels were fine until I sold it a few months ago. It was mostly the finish flaking a little.
 
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