The hard choice 

I have a very specific look I desire. the first requirement is getting as small of a wheel that I can. 17" will be that wheel. Next, it has to have enough room behind it to be able to fit my bypass shocks. The backset needs to be about 4.5 In this case I found a 4.75 backset , which is a little tight, but it will work. Backset is the amount of space the wheel takes up behind the face of the mounting. less backspace, more room for stuff like the bypass shocks. The other side of that sword is , less backspace = farther the wheel/tire sticks out , which also means it creates a larger arc, for the front wheels to turn. this means you create clearance problems , at the inner fender and the front bumper. There are solutions for this, but it depends on the size of the tire you choose. More on that later.. I ordered 5 of these

Method Vex (titanium) 17x8. 5, 4. 75 Backset. . . zero offset
Total Cost: $1,040

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