Hey guys, I'm sorry if there are detailed threads out there, I just couldn't find anything relating to rims with a stock suspension. Quick background, I bought my CG2 with some aftermarket rims, that were admittedly in poor shape. It didn't bother me much until I started regularly loosing air pressure. I got 4 new tires, new valve stems and cores, and the tire shop cleaned up the beads with a air powered rotary brush. I knew how bad the outside was, so when they removed the old tires, I asked to see the inside of the rims and they were very clean. This past November, I woke up to a flat tire. In a rushed decision, I bought two new 15" rims(same size as what I had on the car) and tires. Everything was fine until the shop installing them noticed the balance weight was interfering with the brake caliper. They relocated the balance weight and everything clears the rim, just barely. I didn't have a measure on hand, but my key ring carabiner will not fit between the wheel and the caliper. The closest item to the inside of the rim is the brake pad spring clip. Again, everything clears, but I do not feel it should be this close. I do not notice any negative effects. If you've gotten this far, thank you. My question is this: Does the small gap matter? I don't do anything besides city and highway driving. No mods to the car at all. In my mind, the small gap is annoying. I was planning on getting two more additional rims, but since I live in the midwest, I use snow tires, and would use the new 15" rims with the two old beat-up rims already on the car, as my winter set. I would just have to buy four more rims/tires in 16"x7" or 16"x6.5". I am curious about offset and fitment if I were to go a size up over what I currently have. From what I can tell, OEM was 16x6.5. I don't think the half inch would make a big difference, but offset would. Thanks guys!