There are different types of brackets - one with short studs and one with long, for wheel facing either inward or outward, I am however not sure whether they are specifically for alloy rims or steel.
I suppose it depends on what you prefer? With the long studs you may be limited w.r.t. bigger tyres.
I have the short stud bracket with alloy rims, 31x10.5 tyres with about 8mm clearance.
Parts of this story are reasonably true about a set of tyres i once owned. Here is how it rubbed me - the plainly lettered side of the tyre, which i prefer outermost, had fine ridges in the sidewall radiating outwards instantly trapping dirt, which meant my tyres were always brown. I do not roll with brown tyres. And no amount of scrubbing could get them black again.
I also dont roll with bright white lettering getting scuffed by rocks - but that side of this particular brand had plain smooth shiny black rubber - ie with no ridges on the white letter side so the tyre stayed black. And no amount of scrubbing could get the letters black again. I even tried smearing katjiebotter on them to get the rats to chew the name off.
I lived with the brown tyres until the tyre that ended up on the swing-out spare carrier had some missing letters from rocks. It now said: BITSABATSU HONDK A ER