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Any trick to mounting beadlocks and keeping them from leaking?
What's the trick?
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<font color="yellow">my MRTs are still holding air (within 3lbs) since march. All I did was take my time mounting them and made sure to go around torqing them evenly in a criss cross type pattern...</font c>

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i never had em leak below 15psi and that was over a cours eof 2-3 weeks. just criss cross those bolts and leave about an 1/8 of an inch betwnn the ring and wheel! jiMMy
 

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I run Eaton's with 12 PSI front/10 PSI rear and they don't leak at all. I just took my time mounthing the tires and torqued the lock ring bolts in a criss-cross pattern to the reccomended 20 foot lbs.
 

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I've heard a little grease between the ring and the tire?
 

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Originally posted by CAPT.THROTTLE:
<STRONG>I run Eaton's with 12 PSI front/10 PSI rear and they don't leak at all. I just took my time mounthing the tires and torqued the lock ring bolts in a criss-cross pattern to the reccomended 20 foot lbs.</STRONG>
20 foot lbs? WOW i did mine to something like twenty inch pounds. When i did twenty foot lbs the rings were practicaly touching. Did i do mine wrong?
 

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<font color="yellow">not exactly familliar with eatons, but MRT recommends 15FTlbs, and I still have a 3/16"ish gap...mine are 36 bolt if that makes a difference?</font c>
 
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