Loads more detail provided concerning the wheel mounting procedure here.
Interesting that they recommend replacing the adjacent studs when replacing a broken one. . . .
Should be required reading for anyone who wants to change their wheels.
I'm sure some can accurately use a 1" impact gun to properly tighten their wheels, but the more I read concerning how they do it, the more details come out. The problem with incomplete information is that newbies don't know it is incomplete.
It has also been confirmed that tire shops use an impact gun as a time saving short cut. That may be fine if you have enough experience, but to advise newbies to do that (with no seasoned veteran to show them the finner points) seems irresponsible to me.
I'd also maintain the wheel studs/ nuts are loaded differently than any other bolted connection on a vehicle. That may make all the difference when it comes to why lubrication on the threads or wheel mating surfaces is not recommended (hub pilot wheels are a different issue).