WRT others who have been unfortunate with rear wheel incidents- I feel for ya, brother.
So, last summer I ripped out a rear tire valve stem on a fluid filled rear tire. Not that big of a deal to get it fixed, but wrestling it back on was a serious PITA.
I noticed that the procedure was to thread a bolt through the wheel into the flange. Not so easy to do...
I think it would be easier to put the wheel on a stud!
So why don't I put the bolt through the wheel flange, put the tire on and then use some nylock nuts on the wheel stud/bolts?
I think I could do it one bolt at a time and not have to take the wheel off. What size nylock nuts do I need?