I liked the ones AR teflon ones cause their flat black, and I think they just started making them in that size (15x8) just dunno if they fit. Wheelers are my last resort.
After a fairly exhaustive search for black 15x8s that would fit my 02 D-Cab without any rubbing, I finally settled on Wheelers even though I prefer the 8-hole to the 7-hole look. The Wheelers 15x8 wheels are made in batches as a special order item by Pro Comp. What I was told is that they take the inner from one manufacturer, mate it to an outer from another, and that's why they will fit a Taco. I don't really understand why there aren't more choices out there in black 15x8s for Tacomas. It would seem to me that if a company offered something in chrome polish, they could also offer it in black, so it is probably just a lack of demand.
I think (but have no personal experience) that the teflon ones would scratch fairly easily, even if they did fit. And as someone else said, you could just paint wheels black too, but again, they will scratch easily too. Or your could just find something that rubs just a little and LIGHTLY file down the rub spot on your brakes. Or you could just settle for Wheelers.
One other thing about the Wheelers black steelies--they used to offer them with 3.75" of backspacing, but people were complaining that that was causing a lot of tires (esp. the 12.5" wide ones or tires with exposed lugs on the sidewalls) to stick out past the fender flares. Apparently, this was drawing a lot of attention from the neighborhood constables! Now the least amount of backspacing you can get is 4", and this seems to have solved the "day-in-court" problem people were experiencing.
So, depending on your setup, you not only have to worry about fitment, but also available backspacing.