I'm working on getting some weld-in beadlocks installed, the set I won from Ruffstuff Specialties - thanks again Dan! I had them made with countersunk bolts. Being the geek that I am, I've been using a torque wrench and using crossing star type patterns. I've read 10-20ft-lbs is a good range, so I've set the torque wrench to 12ft-lbs. Now I've torqued around 2 wheels countless times, in addition to the Cricket and B_to_C doing the same for me. I'm still getting movement out of the bolts everytime I go around and they tires are leaking air. One side worse than the other. My father-in-law pointed out that putting the torque wrench on the countersunk bolt head is not going to yeild the most accurate results. It makes sense because there is more friction fighting the torque. After he mentioned this I also observed that the gap varies quite a bit between the sides. So I'm open to ideas on how I should proceed. I have 2 thoughts. Just torque the rest of the ring down to match the tightest side. I guess I just have one thought. I did try using a crow's foot on my torque wrench, but the nuts are too far under the welded ring. I'm also concerned because the bolts I got are not fully threaded and I'm nearing the end of the threads. I had to get long bolts to begin with because the bead on that XL is 1" thick. Any ideas?