I removed the wheels and hubs from our trailer this winter to check the bearings and brakes. After removing the wheels, I torqued the lug nuts to 110 pound feet. There are warnings in the manual that after removing a wheel to re torque the lug nuts after driving 10 miles, 100 miles, and 300 miles. I did exactly that, almost to the mile. At 10 miles, I turned a few of the nuts at least 10° tighter to get 110 pound feet of torque and the rest of the nuts moved at least 1-2°. At 100 miles 4 of the 24 lug nuts tightened about 1-2°. At 300 miles 2 lug nuts turned about 1°. I think I'll check again in about 150 miles. This is important!