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yep, just star sequence retorque them, checking with a 4-way lug wrench should suffice IMO.
I've only seen one case of them backing off...
My dad had a 93 dually F350 that developed a front end squeak...it went like that for a week or so until one day I stuck my head out the window when we were leaving the driveway and seen several of the lugnuts were on the end of the stud. All we did was retorque everything and all was well again!
If they get loose enough they could wear the threads flat from the wheel wobbling(seen that on semi's) but i've never seen one come completely off or cause a wreck...
2008 F250 4x4 6.4PSD Auto
Tuned, deleted, studded, piped, bts'd...