I'd look at the Ranger Tremor or Tacoma TRDPro. It'll fit better in the city, as well as, trails when you hit the dirt. Unless you actually need a full size truck for the space, then I'd be looking at a Rebel or maybe a Raptor. The Raptor is a wide truck though lol.
Depends on what you intend to do with your truck. If you're happy with the ride and hitting logging roads is rare then I'd get the free replacements. Otherwise, consider if you're going to lift/level and how harsh the terrain you are potentially off-roading is. Mostly paved roads with...
Your local O'Reilly should have a brake lathe. Not sure if Napa still does that or not. Unless you have a known true rotating assembly that you can put the rotors on, I'm not sure of another way. Checking the runout is what you call it :)
https://www.harborfreight.com/universal-locking-lug-nut-removal-set-58535.html Local auto parts stores should also have them, possibly as loaner tools. You could also take it to a tire place, they should be able to get them off.