Just did a tire rotation at 10K miles and the OEM 18" rims were corroded to the axles. I removed the lug nuts and observed some corrosion under them. The rims would not seperate from the rotors and substantial force was required. I could have drove her with no lug nuts, it was that bad. I dont drive her in the rain and cannot for the life of me figure out what type of Galvanic corrosion is going on here. The rims are white as chalk where they contacted the brake rotors and the lug nuts were a ball of corrosion where they contacted the rims. I have removed the surface rust/corrosion and went back with some grease on those surfaces. But the rims are also starting to corrode past the center cap and out to the front face under the clearcoat. The underside of the plastic center caps were all brown from the rust. Geeese, no grease Dodge? Those in the costal area will probably face this problem in the future.