I get what you are all saying about the link a couple of you shared. I have read the damn thing 100 times or more. But for someone that does not work on these every day, it's hard to know what you're getting into going with something other than stock. I am a disabled veteran and I have a spinal cord injury, that is why I want to keep the car ride as comfortable as possible and not slam it on the ground. That is also why I have to rely on some help with making sure I get something that fits right the first time, too. I cannot just buy stuff and hope it fits, my budget doesn't allow that. It took me 2 years to finally get this car. As you all know, we are limited in the number of wheels that are a direct replacement for these cars and I am trying to get a set that I like in the sizes that are available that will fit. Not as easy as some on here are making it out to be, and some companies are not much help when you aren't asking for a same size replacement wheel and tire.
If I go with the 19" set previously mentioned, knowing I am changing the shocks and springs and not looking for much drop, do you think I will be okay and not have any rubbing problems with the 33 front and 53 rear offsets? I really like these wheels out of all the ones I have managed to find. Do I have the tallest profile tires I can run without rubbing? Keep in mind, I want comfort, not a track car. Thanks for the help. Sorry to be repeating the beating of this horse but I am sure others know what I am going thru if you have been thru this. Again, thanks for those who have sent helpful info.