I've been kicking around the idea of getting some 20" or 22" rims for my Honda Ridgeline. A message board that I frequent (www.ridgelineownersclub.com) interviewed one of the chief designers of the Ridgeline. When they asked him about aftermarket rim, he went on and on about how unsafe they were and how Honda had the stock rims specifically designed to handle the loads expected with full payload etc. While this makes sense, is it just a case of Honda covering their own butts? I can't ever find meaningful specs on aftermarket rims suchs as max load ratings etc. This would lead credence to Honda as it seems there is no way for me to verify if a particular rim is as strong as the stock one. On the other hand, I've searched the web and can't find any stories of aftermarket rims breaking/bending. Are aftermarket rims for show only or can you still haul things? Do you think there are legitimate safty issues with them?