Yep. I would call 100 good on the alloy (aluminum?) wheels. Just be carefull that you don't over torque. You probably should check for hairline cracks around the lug nuts. Any cracks and it's time for new wheels. Also you may want to consider stepping it down a notch (maybe 3-5 ft lbs) just to be on the safe side.
A tip I learned in the Army that I haven't used on my 5'er yet but I plan on it, is to place a drop of fingernail polish on each lug nut and stud combo after your final torquing. You can then check your lug nuts at a glance to see if they have moved. This is done after your initial breakin period or after torquing after a couple of hundred miles. This lets the wheel set where it's going to be for the long haul.
Anybody else with some tips or specs chime in!!
still gotta use the nanersplit