Originally Posted by vwhobo
There is a difference between fitting and fitting right. You also need to look at what the bigger wheel/tire combo does to vehicle dynamics such as steering, braking, etc. Just because you can put them on doesn't mean you should. if you don't care about yourself or your car, at least consider the safety of other people on the road.
You're right, however how would I see what these new dynamics are without trying it in the first place? Also, getting chrome 17 inch rims is just about pointless, it's still stock size - if you're getting rims then GET them, don't bs about it, 17's certainly will not do. If needed I'll see about getting some spacers or whatever is required to uh.. *make* them fit, heh.
One thing I do intend todo is get a better braking system, after doing abit of research alot of people say if you're getting heavier rims you'll need better brakes.