When installing new valve stems into new Harley wheels, how in the heck does one tighten the nut on the stem? There is not enough clearance to use a socket or wrench in the wheel recess, where the stem is located. I can see using a small screwdriver to sort of wedge between a flat on the nut and the side of the recess on the wheel to hold the nut and then turning the stem end on the inside of the wheel. This just doesn't make since. Why not make the wheel so that you could use a socket on the nut. Manual calls for at least 15 ft/lbs torque to secure the stem nut. May have to measure this with my torque channel locks.:s Just curious how everyone else locks this nut down.