Got to love the British humor... but seriously, I’m not the only car. Another forum member’s (he can opine if he’d like) car has the same issue at the same dealership. My theory is more cars will exhibit this problem when they reach a certain mileage, especially if no one knows this procedure. My noises didn’t start until ~3500 miles.So weird: I put new tyres on my car at 5000 miles, did it myself, didn’t know anything about moly lube, so didn’t use any. I then put another 2000 miles on it, including the Big Bend race (120 miles averaging 150mph and hitting 170) and never had an issue. I’ve done the same with my GT500 CFTP - now at 13,000 miles and on its second set of tyres. Once again, no moly lube involved and once again, no issues. It strikes me that if wheel integrity relies on the application of moly lube, then there’s something wrong with the design, but the fact that it seems to be just Kevin’s car makes me think it’s an issue with Kevin’s nuts.....errr, that doesn’t sound right does it?