the reason behind disabling indexing on an SSD is that the benefit of indexing almost goes away with the increased speed of the SSD. it's not to prevent indexing from "wrecking" your SSD. there is no solid evidence that indexing wears out your SSD. A lot of "enthusiast" sites throw out a lot of "preventive" measures that just don't hold up to scrutiny. In fact, it's more important that your operating system supports the TRIM command and your BIOS supports AHCI than it is disabling indexing. plus with the utilities that came with your SSD, they are designed to ensure even wear on your SSD.
you can enable indexing. it won't ruin your SSD. but disable the other stuff like superfetch and prefetch. and run your SSD utilities weekly.