BDS Suspension; I've wanted to install their lift for the past 8 years and finally did it. Their lift was the only one that didn't alter the front suspensions geometry on such a limited platform.
Any tire size increase will require wheel spacers or offset wheels due to the clearance with the upper ball joint; I currently have 265/65R17's with 1.5" spacers. With the lift, I'm looking to max out at 255/75R17's (32's).
Does anyone know how the wheels are finished from the factory? Is it simply body paint with a clear coat, it are they prefer coated (just curious)?
Nice looking truck... i was going to do the same to my tb before i sold it for my pickup. The factory wheels are machined and clear coated. In short... THEY SUCK. The finish on mine started to bubble after a couple years. My silverado has the same thing. So that brings me to my first opinion
Try plastidip first. Its cheap (no more than $100) and you can do any color your heart desires. Its a good test to see if you want to spend more and do the permanent thing. I plastidip my wheels every winter to protect the finish. First year it was black, then anthracite grey.
If you are looking to go permanent right away i second the Centereach auto parts comment. I used them for the CSL wheels on my bmw and they came out amazing.... ill try to find some pics