A combination of issues. Size might be the issue but not the particular photos, but total storage size as you are not a supporting member a.k.a. paid, you only have enough storage space to load a profile picture, and limited space in your garage. If you become a supporting member your photos can be uploaded to our servers and will remain for all members to enjoy. Recent ransom tactics from photo-sharing sites that changed use agreements left a bad taste in the mouths of many users and left tons of posts in forums across the internet dark of photos and mainly useless. So consider joining the community.
If you don't would have to use image tags to an off-site photo share for all your pictures. Just go "Advanced" and then in your post where you want the photo click the insert image tool icon and paste the full public url to your photo. That's how I got your two to show up above.
Now on to your real question....
read the sticky,, searched and i still have to ask a simpleton question. When i had this car 30 years ago, it had Cragars so i am a rally rim novice.
I always thought my rings stuck out because f the narrow tires but i now have new BFGs and I noticed the the rings stick off the rim by ~1/4". The ID diameter of the rim where the clips press in is ~14.5". On the trim ring there is a shoulder around the circumference and it measures ~14.750ish". It bottoms out on the rim where the weights would go before the ring will flush with the rim/tire.
One ring, with a mallet and a lot of effort, did seat even with the rim. Are these just junk rings?
So I think the depth of the rings you have are too much for that particular wheel. The ring should have a gap at the inside to accommodate for balancing of the wheel and allow water to flow out from under the ring. My gap is about a quarter inch. That seems to be the right amount you are seeing sticking out on the outside.
Are these original GM Kelsey Hayes wheels or reproductions? If original what is the stamp code near the air filler hole? That will tell us the original make and model these wheels were for and the corresponding ring depth you need for them. In general terms Chevrolet rings were interchangeable across Chevelle, Impala, and Camaro lines but Corvette had different depths for the same wheel sizes.