I scored these for 75 bucks plust shipping (which was 49 bucks, and I had that much in old pocket change!). I was always thinking that the inside rings of beadlocks were tapped for threads. Are you just supposed to use lock nuts on the inside? How do you hold them still to tighten the bolt, just slip a bent wrench back in between the inner ring and the rim? Somebody has some wagon wheels that would make a much better platform that my stock 16.5's, so I'm gonna buy those and get the beadlock rings welded to them. I don't think there would hardly be room to get the nuts on the back side with my stock wheels. The beadlocks are awesome, and for the price I can't beat them, but the hardware is a wee bit questionable. Since each ring has 32 holes, I would need 128 bolts. I just got a box of 100 grade 2 bolts. Also got 100 nylon lock nuts and 25 grade 8 nuts that I don't think are even the right size. Also got 100 flat washers. Should I just run to fastenal and buy grade 8 bolts and lock nuts, or maybe just buy some more bolts like I have and make use of the 100 bolts he sent me? I'm guessing the hardware are good paperweights? Its ok, I still got a deal! Also, what color should I paint the beadlock rings, grabber green like my truck, or black?