Car is a 2018 Mustang EB Base, which I bought new in Aug 2018. I don't drive it regularly so it has 9043 miles on the odometer. Decided to rotate my tires today for the first time. The wheels have never been removed until today. Found that all the lug nuts were relatively loose. I mean, it took only about 40-50 lb. ft. of torque to break the lug nuts loose! After rotating, I torqued all the lug nuts to 125 lb. ft. I know the spec calls for 150 lb.ft., but I think 125 is sufficient. It's interesting to note that my squeaking no longer squeak after re-torquing to 125 lb. ft. So folks, it's probably a good idea to re-torquing your lug nuts every so often.