2018 Outback New Rims and Tires. No Lift.

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Hello guys, I want to change the stock wheels and tires of my Outback and I don't want to do any suspension work.
The biggest problem that I have with the OEM set is that tires look really bad since the offset of the rim is too positive, I believe it comes with +55 or something close to that.
So I want your help with two things.
1. What offset would you guys recommend for the new rim? Will a +20 do a good job or should I go with maybe a +35? I Want the tires to be as flush as possible with the wheel arches, specailly since I just installed the wheel arch mouldings.
2. I've heard that going with 235/65R17 are not gonna be an issue with rubbing, but since the circumference will be bigger, has anybody experienced any problems with that, specially dash warning lights?
Thank you.
 

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