Hey guys, My new wheels just arrived. 18x9.5 with a +12 offset, which equals about a 5.75” back space. I had been looking for some in this exact size and these popped up, brand new never mounted on anything, they’re MST wheels... the same eBay brand I’ve had on a few other cars. They have always held up, even with the abuse I’ve put them through (Auto cross, aluminum ladders on I-85, pot holes, catching air). The hub bore is 73mm, which I thought would work, but the front hub of my Duster with 73+ disc brakes stick out 2-3 inches, which would go through the face of the wheel. There’s a 5mm lip in the wheel bore that holds the center cap that’s going to have to be removed. They fit on the back with about 1/2” of clearance between the lip and the stock location leaf spring, so they would fit with a little tire stretch. But I’m in the process of building a four link, so I’m going to have 285/35r18s on all four corners. It looks like the front wheel will have plenty of room between the upper ball joint and the tie rod end. My front fenders are already pretty hacked up, so there’s no clearance issue there. The only thing I can see that might cause an issue is when the tire is mounted, it might hit the frame at full steering lock, and will be pretty close to the brake line bracket. Regardless of what the tire hits, I’m going to make them fit, because I love the way they look. Keep in mind the front wheels are going to be about 5/8” further inward.