Originally Posted by cdb
This issue has been beaten to death, but I had absolutely no problems running stock D90 wheels (16X7) with these size tires.
Probably better to say specifically alloy 16x7 wheels. With more an more non-NAS trucks coming to the US, "stock" is not going to mean much. Standard 90 wheels outside the US are 5.5x16 steel.
Agreed that LR alloys are better at retaining the bead than most steel wheels.
15x7 are going to be aftermarket, and my humble opinion is that 8 inch would be better for a 35x12.50 to reduce the risk of popping a bead when running low pressure.