I'm replacing the stock wheels on my 08 fat boy with chrome disc wheels and on the rear a chrome sprocket cover with new chrome sprocket bolts. In the service manual it states to torque new bolts (not chrome) to 55-65 ft lbs. And that's all it says. But the instruction included with the chrome bolts says to add two to three drops of red loctite to the bolts and torque to 23 ft lbs. And then it says to tighten the bolts another 60 degrees (each point on the hex head bolt is 60 degrees from the next). That seems like quite a difference in installing the bolts. Can anyone provide any insight into why there would be a such a difference? Also, I'm a little leary of using red loctite in case I need to remove the sprocket in the future. The idea of having to heat up the bolt to remove it doesn't seem like a good idea. Appreciate any insight or advice on this.