STEP 9: To seat the outer bead, you will want to spray
some type of lubricant around the tire to keep it from
hanging up on the rim. We like to use soapy water to help
aid in this process. Now start filling the tire with air until
you hear the bead pop in place, making sure to keep your
hands or other objects clear from this open area.
STEP 10: With all your tires securely mounted on your
new rims, you may now install them onto your machine.
Torque your lug nuts to factory spec to ensure proper
STEP 8: Now that the bolts are snug in place, torque
them to the proper specs determined on the size of wheel
you have. With all the bolts torqued to the specs of 6–8
foot-pounds, then 12–14 foot-pounds and lastly 20–22
foot-pounds, you may install the valve-stem core if it was
STEP 7: Begin tightening down the bolts a few turns at a
time in a criss-cross pattern. This ensures even pressure of
the beadlock ring, preventing any balance issues.
ON BEADLOCK RIMS