Just remember that you only get 10 shots, not 20, and it should be fine.

Ideally, the pressure plate rides in a way that leaves a channel for the film to 'float' in. It doesn't actually press the film against a surface. So setting the plate to 220 instead of 120 means that this channel is thinner. And the film could be pressed tighter against the rollers and film gate. So scratching becomes an issue. And it can take more force to wind the film forward, stressing the wind system.

In practice, my bigger worry is forgetting to stop at the end of the actual roll since the counter will keep going.