Alright, I was at a car/bike show a couple weeks ago at the California Speedway and I was talking to a sales rep. at American Racing's sister company that makes all the car rims, not truck rims like american racing. Now I was talking to him about buying rims for my taco, but explained that I still need to be able to carry the full amount of weight or VERY close to the same amount of weight in the truck as I can stock. He was telling me that I would need to check and make sure the tolerance or something on the rims I want to get would be able to take the stress of carrying weight. Does anyone know about this? Is it really that critical? This is really the only thing stopping me from goin' out and buyin' my High Speed Racing Speedys'. Again, I want to carry lots of weight without worrying about my rims cracking. Any thoughts?