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If you bought the car used with a lot of miles like that and only one wheel is doing it, perhaps a rim got bent in the past and replaced separately from the other three. In that case you might not how the wheel was treated. In addition to the helpful information on why and which clear coated wheels can have this problem, if the previous owner used harsh wheel cleaning products that can also degrade the clear coat over time. It doesn't show your location but if the car has seen winters where the wheels have seen a lot of salt or chloride chemicals used to melt snow and ice on the roads that can also damage the finish a lot faster as most people don't wash their car as much in winter and the contaminants and chemicals sit on the wheel's surface for long periods of time.
 
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