I needed a set for my K5, 4WD and got them for $65/4.
They are high density aluminum, water-cut on a lathe and I used them as I moved all my household goods from one house to another, hauling about 9,000lb trailer loaded!
I thought I might check them a couple of times along the way and attempted to retighten them a couple of time. They never got loose!
So far, so good. I suspect they will last a long time - and a K5 is a lot heavier than most Isuzus.
They will also fit my 89 Amigo, so I'll let everyone know how they work out there too someday.
I put 265/80R16s on late model Chevy 4wd aluminum rims and except for the front hubs on the K5, as those hubs stick out a lot further than my Amigo spindles do, I had no trouble installing them. I hadda use a cylinder hone to cut the center of the front two rims out 0.030" or so for enough clearance to make sure the rims weren't running on the spindle area - that's all.
I wanted to get away from 15-inch tires/rims since they have gone out of sight expensive here in SoCal. 16s are a lot cheaper and easier to get.
I will be 'going dark' on December 1st, 2012. I wish to thank everyone here who has contributed to me feeling good about myself and all the fun things I've learned by all of you.
My health has forced me to cease my online activities as much as I have in the past. I won't ditch my subscription here, but I won't be here as much and may only stop by once a month or so.
In days passed, I prolly wrote more long-winded books on this site than anywhere else I've been associated on line. It was a labor of love even though some may not have seen it that way.
Again - thanks to all who made my time here really worthwhile.
Joe Vreeland - In The Bitterroot Valley, Montana