I've noticed several times now that the state of my "wheel balance" on my 308 has changed (typically for the worse) after I take them off the car (brake work) and put them back on. Yesterday, when I took the car out, there was definitely a vibration at 50/60mph. I've had this before and had the (new) wheels rebalanced (1000mi ago), and it mostly went away. The problem then came back when I remounted the tires, went away when I remounted them again, and now it's back. My question: Is there some best way to put the wheels back on to prevent wheel instability? I use a typical torque pattern, and am just tightening "fairly" snugly with the factory lug nut torquer in the tool kit. I do have a torque wrench, but haven't really found an expert consensus on the torque settings for the nuts. I always torque in an "opposites" pattern. I can think of three things that "could" cause the problem: 1. Having the car jacked up on one side when the wheels are mounted. 2. Non-uniform torques across a set of five bolts cause the problem? 3. Not torquing the bolts very much until the car is back on the ground. Any ideas or experiences with this?