Thanks everybody! I did my wheels/tires last year. I went with 16" new Dexstar steel wheels from Redneck trailer supply (cheapest I could find) as I wanted an increased load range and wanted to stay away from Marathons. I went with the Michelin XPS Rib, a truck tire very well regarded in a 225/75R16. I had the tires customized by Diamondback Tires, which will basically vulcanize any sort of combo of white, red, blue, yellow, or wide whitewalls to your liking; anything you can dream up they seem to be able to do. I decided on the wide white with dual blue lines. Again the stripes are part of the tire; they are vulcanized to the sidewalls without affecting the actual structural integrity of the tire. I added the chrome lettering above the wheelwells and had blue vinyl lettering made that I applied centered on the chrome lettering at the same time last year, as well as the 75th emblems.
I painted my rims originally Rustoleum Sail Blue (which was the PERFECT color) but literally would NEVER DRY down here in super humid south Louisiana after umpteen hours of re-doing them three times from bare metal to paint stripped back down sanded prepped painted again blah blah blah. So in the end I went with Dupli-Color Ford Blue Engine Enamel which didn't go on as smooth or coat as nicely as the Rustoleum but at least it dried. I hand polished them afterward, and although the color is just a tad darker than the Rustoleum it is close enough.
The blue lines on the tires are the exact same color as my pinstripes around the wheelwells (and soon centered on my beltline and bellywrap...and the Rustoleum Sail Blue, sadly). The stripes on the tires take away some of the HUGENESS of these tires.
The trim rings are stainless steel, ribbed. The hubcaps are PhoenixUSA 1309SS also in stainless steel. I put a tiny drop of RTV on them as I lost one on a trip last year; good thing I bought spares. They fit the 16" Dexstar rims with ease...no denting, no forcing. I also installed Centramatics from Andy while I was at it.
I also at the time had my tires for my SSR customized with matching dual blue lines to match the trailer wheels. I also had the insides of the SSR rims powdercoated sparkly blue and added blue reflective bowties to the center caps, painted the rotors with the Duplicolor blue to match and installed matching brake caliper covers in blue with SSR logos.
I wish that were a wheel/tire scale in the pic, but sadly it's just a jack from Harbor Freight...in aluminum blue/silver of course ha ha...