I would point out that the Stock Bullitt Wheels are quite fragile where the rim outer edge meets the tire. It is especially fragile & thin at the rim location and that is why I have a rim that broke off a chunk of metal at that location when I ran over the side of a concrete curb.Blindmelon said:The guys who I know we not real pleased with the condition the wheels came back in. They are handled pretty ruff & may need refinishing when you get them back. The Bullitt wheels are a little fragile without a protective lip & can be damaged just changing tires. Any time you lay them down it does not rest on the tire but on the rim. You can buy 10" wide 18" wheels for less then it cost to widen. It not like your trying keep a real high quality wheel because the Bullitt factory wheel is of low quality unlike the GT500 wheel or the other wheels.