2019, Nissan Frontier SV 4x4, Arctic Blue.
What you don't like the pro-x4 wheels? I think they look slightly better than the alloys personally. Well, hell, hit me up if you do get around to selling them.I'm in texas so really not an issue I think. Let me find someone with a good looking set that I like and I'll say bye bye to these pro 4x style wheels.
Yes they are, but they have the added benefit of if you ever have a bad enough blowout you can easily drive over a mile on them, saw cheap (yet well built) trailer steelies with a heavy load do that and completely chuck the tire and all the tire shop had to do was bang out a small dent.(I do not really recommend ever trying this on purpose) Though its great to consider for emergency's.I think steelies are heavier than aluminum wheels. If that's the case then they'd add unsprung weight which will negatively affect braking abilities, suspension, and steering components. Probably not to any noticeable degree but it's still a consideration.