Wheel origin question

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I got a set of these 16" wheels with my 60 when i bought it, I would like to sell them but don't know what they came off of. The truck needed spacers for the wheels, and even then it rubbed a boot on my steering and sliced clear through it. I am thinking maybe a Lexus suv? Or Tundra or Sequoia? They are a few years old cause the clear coat on them is peeling. Any input is greatly appreciated.
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I'm throwing out a vote for Nissan Titan
 

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I'm thinking that those are Izusu wheels, but I'm blanking on the model that they were used on. Perhaps the Amigo?
 
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Not according to the link I posted above. And that's "Isuzu".

I think they've gotta be aftermarket, but they do look vaguely familiar...
 
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They look real close to like early 2000's Lexus GX470 or whatever the SUV land cruiser was that Lexus made. Anyone have any other guesses? Anyone wanna buy them? =)
 

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Not according to the link I posted above. And that's "Isuzu".

I think they've gotta be aftermarket, but they do look vaguely familiar...
I knew I was spleling it wrong, I just couldn't find a splelling that looked wright. :)

I'm pretty sure that we're looking at an OE wheel.

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Just heard back from the guy I bought them from, he said he got them from a guy who had them on a Tacoma. Sound right?
 

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Those definitely aren't from a Tacoma. Prolly an aftermarket rim of some sort.
 

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Aftermarket most likely.

However, they could have been port installed (which most believed were factory) if sold in the Southeast or Gulf area. Look for a Enkei wheel logo, they provided most of the port installed wheels.
 

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