hey, I know for sure that centerline makes a few of their aluminum wheels in 16/10. I also think that eagle alloys and american racing make certain models of aluminum (alloy) wheels in 16/10. I think that steel whould actually be less expensive that aluminum, though. You can check these out on some web-sites like http://www.ntwonline.com or http://www.4wheelparts.com.
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