So my friend has a 2010 Ford Mustang GT that he got aftermarket rims for. He mentioned something about getting rid of the rims that came on his Mustang. I knew that mustang rims and my 2011 Taco (access cab 2wd 4cyl) has the same lug pattern etc. So I asked him if I could try them out on my truck.
The stock rims/tire that came on my Taco were awfully small, especially in width. I know I can't get tires that are much bigger in diameter than my stocks without upgrading the brakes or causing brake failure. I looked up the tire size of the rims/tires my friend had and they were exactly the same diameter (plus sizing) but definitely wider...so they were perfect.
But...how do they look?
See attached picture for a before and after look (oh yeah...I also got a tonneau cover for the bed).
I think they look really good, and the extra width makes the tires look proportional to the rest of the vehicle now. The TPMS sensors in the mustang rims even work in my Taco! Ford and Toyota must use the same RF for their sensors, I suppose.