You've got plenty of HP with that 6V92TA to pull 24.5 tires. I think Dave missed that you've got a 92 series engine.
(BTW, w/ the right injectors & turbo, you can have a reliable 350hp out of that engine, which will make your 4106 a real hot rod!)
In addition to the Alcoas, check Accuride. They also make aluminum wheels. . .
Steel inners w/ aluminum outers is fine, just make sure you get those plastic spacers to prevent galvanic corrosion between the two different metals.
I think the M726EL is a good choice for a drive axle tire w/ your powertrain. Helps get the overall final drive ratio darned close to the OEM 4-spd number.
If you want to stick to Bridgestone, consider the R250ED or R260F steer models @ 476 rpm. The R268 Ecopia comes in with 477 rpm, another option. All three of these come in Load Range H and are rated at 75 mph, just like the M-series you've chosen.
Can't help you with the front stud part numbers, sorry.
Isn't this fun? A whole lot different than walking into Costco to put tires on the family sedan, isn't it?
Final note: Make sure whoever installs the new wheels/tires uses a torque wrench to tighten the lug nuts, NOT an impact gun. Ok to run the nuts down just barely snug with the gun, but they should be torqued by hand. If the guy says otherwise, take your business elsewhere.
FWIW & HTH. . .