Does anyone make 17" aluminum 4x4 Rally wheels?

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Not Corvette or car Rallys, but the 4x4 truck Rallys. I don't want 20s but I will take 15s or 16s.
 

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Not sure which diameter you’re actually after.
15s no problem
16s I think I’ve only seen them in OE 90s style skinny wheels.
17s haven’t seen them
18 and up only fancy Detroit Steel wheels.
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^Todd's correct. You can find factory 15x7 or 15x8 all day long. 16s only came on the OBS trucks and were skinny, like 6s I think. Nobody makes a 17, Detriot Steel and US Mags make 18, 20 and 22" versions.
 

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What do they look like? I am just curious. I assume that you are asking about 1/2 ton 6 lug or 5 lug. I am looking for some cool looking 16's in 8 lug.
 

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What do they look like? I am just curious. I assume that you are asking about 1/2 ton 6 lug or 5 lug. I am looking for some cool looking 16's in 8 lug.

I’ve always preferred these. They heavily resemble the factory GM wheels that appeared on some of the higher trim five and six lug squares. They also have a center hole big enough to accommodate Warne style front lockers.


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What do they look like? I am just curious. I assume that you are asking about 1/2 ton 6 lug or 5 lug. I am looking for some cool looking 16's in 8 lug.
I always thought these looked good for 8 lug
 

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Yep, those PYO's are some of the best looking GM wheels ever IMO. I do like them on squares occasionally

Agreed. They are even repopped too, I just wish they were offered in 8" wide. It seems silly to reproduce them, but not offer other sizes.
 

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Yep, those PYO's are some of the best looking GM wheels ever IMO. I do like them on squares occasionally

I came back, armed with pictures. PY0's are the bee's knees lol.

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Of all 4 of those, they only came stock on one of them. I put them on the other three.
 

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The GMT800 era PY0s do look much better than the comparatively giant 18 inch and larger OEM wheels on newer trucks. My only real gripe about them is the little plastic guards on top of the lug nuts. They often strip and cheapen the look of an otherwise attractive wheel.
 

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Those came factory on my 04 2500HD. They look great on that truck but look a little too busy on a square for my liking.
If you can get ahold of the center caps for the OBS trucks, those look way better on PY0s than the ones they came with.
This is the cap I'm talking about; Silverado got the chrome ones and Cheyenne and Scottsdale got the same cap in black plastic. The black plastic lug nut covers work with either cap, as long as you have the factory lug nuts with the threads on top.
 

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Here's a cool Toyota 17".

Factory on a FJ maybe?

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