Re: 16 inch steel rims fit?
Well, have the guy measure the size of the hole. While he's at it have him measure the offset.
I have a set of 16" wheels off a 80s 3/4 ton pickup. They work on my truck. However, I don't think 16" wheels from an IFS truck will work on a SFA truck. 16" wheels then came on half tons and I think the hole was smaller in the middle because of no hubs.
$20 is way too expensive for used steel wheels. There's a guy selling steel factory wheels for $5/each. He has chrome ones (need to be steel-wooled) for $20/each. He has a set of 15x10 aluminum rims that he's supposed to sell me for $80 but he hasn't gotten back to me yet. Anyway, $100 for a set of used aftermarket wheels is the standard here. It's kind of funny. Wheels are relatively cheap but expect to pay $300-500 for a junk 350.