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Not really, the chances of something getting lodged in there are pretty slim, and if you have to suddenly leave the road and drive on grass, through brush etc. it would be a good idea to get out and visually inspect the wheels anyway. As far as heat is concerned, so long as the calipers don't touch the inside of the wheel, heat really won't be an issue so long as you don't ride the brakes alot. I would, however, recommend that any time you have new wheels and tires on a car, you give it a pretty aggressive test drive.
 
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