Originally Posted by mrwildebeast
Agreed, but, you could almost get wheels for the same cost, Spacers are not road legal in some / most states.
Hub centric wheel spacers from Synergy are $160 for the set of 4.
Steel wheels at your given price of $70 will come to $280 for 4 or $350 for 5. Add the cost of dismounting and mounting and balancing $15 each so you'll have $340- $425 in a set of steel wheels.
Even if you sell the stock wheels to recoup some of the cost (I bought a set of 5 for $125), you'll still end up having more money in a cheaper and heavier set of wheels that will most likely NOT be hub centric like stock wheels with spacer setup.
If you want to get into laws, take into consideration the states that have fender flare and tire coverage laws for state inspection. Stock 17" wheels with 1.25" -1.5" spacer and 35x12.50's is about as wide as you can go and still be close to covering the tires. Going with a wider wheel (most after market wheels are wider than the factory) and even the same equivalent BS as the stock wheels + spacers and the tire will stick out even more. Most wheels will have even less BS than the stock + spacer setup so you can plan on the tires sticking out noticeably more.