allow me to help with the mind-fuck
your stock wheels are hub-centric.
your lugs are symmetric, allowing a lug-centric wheel to be mounted without issue. i haven't run hub-centric in years.
over the weekend, we put my old lug-centric adapters on ben's truck, and then mounted his hub-centric OEM 16" alloys to them. no vibes
. the shanks on the stock hub-centric wheels effectively centered the wheel...fuckers finished out tight
. <--note NOT TOO TIGHT. NORMAL. but i hadn't dealt with hub-centric & shanked nuts in a while, forgot what it was like.
hope your mind doesn't feel too shagged out now.
the one thing you should keep an eye on is stud length...the OEM studs may not have enough length to safely engage lug nuts on an aftermarket lug-centric wheel.
the truck is inherently lug centric and hub centric. if you change the wheel's center bore, for example chevy-style large bore to fit over a D60 hub, and you want the wheel to be hub-centric, you need a new centering ring and a wheel that accepts nuts with a flat, rather than tapered, shoulder. most aftermarket wheels are lug-centric, so you can dispense with the centering ring...or just leave it, as it'll be easier to mount the wheels on the truck.
fwiw, my old "new" wheels came with new centering cones to help mounting, but they are lug centric. they mount lug centric on the rear axle, but the hub does a good job of lining everything up. the warn hubs on the front do not, so there's a little monkey work getting the front wheels lined up, but they still mount lug centric, and they don't vibrate.
if the wheels vibrate, the wheel & tire & balancing weights are the potential issues.
so get what you want, just get the correct lug nuts for the wheels you want, and get the correct centering ring if one is required. on the whole, i think it's easier to run lug-centric and dispense with the centering ring. if i can have a 75#, 37x12.5R17 tire with double steel belts and a bunch of other garbage mounted on a roughly 30# 17x10 wheel and have it balance out on a hub-centric machine with a single ounce of weight (that's my 37" spare btw, sitting in the garage right now), and have the other 4 balanced up and mounted lug-centric on the truck, then run the whole mess up to the usual speed of traffic on I25 north and I70 west and have it run like it's on glass, then you really shouldn't be worrying about lug centric or hub centric beyond getting the correct hardware for the wheels you've chosen.