I just wanted to switch to some nice chrome rims on my Burb and it seemed like people were okay with 20s on them and didn't complain about performance issues. Well, poor braking, wheels following ruts in the road, water spraying all over the sides, overall "jittery" ride (not stiff...jittery) would be performance issues I'm dealing with. Rims are 20" Boss 304s. They look smoking hot. But, they aren't going to work for me. I'm going to resell (got them used anyway and shouldn't lose money). I'm guessing that nothing short of a suspension/brake overhaul is going to make these rims work, so I'm looking for advice on something that will look sharp, classy, somewhat "hot rod"-looking. I really like the 2006 LTZ 20" chrome rims, which I THINK is the same truck suspension-wise, and I'm guessing they might be lighter (forged?) wheels that don't throw off the suspension and braking so much, though I would imagine they would still follow the ruts in the roads. Any ideas for chrome rims that would perform similar to the factory 16x7s? I'm looking at some 16 or 17" American Racing rims, though they're 8" wide instead of 7. Important points: - they can't make braking worse (unless I can upgrade the brakes cheaply) - I can allow a slightly stiffer ride, but not heavier rims that bounce around on bumpy roads - I would prefer that they aren't much wider, or have an easy fender flare solution that would look nice and combat the "water fountain" spraying past the side windows like my 20s do - I would like to find used and get what I need for under $1000 (with used tires) Thanks in advance for any advice!