I really like the larger offset in the rear wheels compared to the front. That's where the factory blew it with the stock offering. These after-markets look more aggressive when they emphasize the extra width in the rear. :thumbs
So let me get this straight, because I don't know jack about wheels and tires and such, but how can you use stock tires with 20 x 11 rears (one inch wider than stock? or 8.5" fronts, .5" bigger than stock?
Coz, Yes, he can use stock tires on wider rims but those wider rims are also increasing his chances for wheel damage because now, the already too-small amount of protection given by the tires sticking out so little from the wheels is decreased even further. I always go with wider and usually taller than stock tires and that way, if a curb is hit when parking or making rt turns, the wheel does not suffer expensive damage. Bottom line is those wheels are gorgeous and just begging to be damaged because of almost no tire protection. If you live where there are no curbs ---- no issue.