The wheels are 18x7.5 inch and are stock wheels from a 2010 Lexus GX460 SUV. I had them acid dipped then powder-coated gloss black and added the chrome centers which match the door handles and grill nicely and tastefully. I used the sensors from the original steel wheels and turned in the General tires that came with the truck for a $200 credit...not bad.
I have $675 in the wheels and another $550 in tires. 235 55 18s General Altimax RT43
I really like the way they turned out and have gotten many compliments. The only problem is the wheels now stick out about 1/2 inch more than the stockers. They look good this way, have more stance and actually make the truck handle better but I have to be very careful when dressing the tires as to not get sling over the sides.
I waited until my stock tires wore out, then put snow tires on those rims and bought these for the summer.
255/55R20 with 30mm offset.
I had to trim the edge of the wheel flair and have my torsion bar cranked a bit to stop rubbing in sharpe turns. But well worth it.
i found these rims in the window of a tire shop for $600 cad. http://postimg.org/image/8q491qkah