I'm the driver behind the wheel. I can confirm that there are no leaks to any of the wheels. The residue you see around the Innerlock pins is a combination of excess anti-seize paste applied on the thread and oil for the o-rings seeping out during installation. I've since washed the car/wheels and have not experienced build up like you see on the picture. The Bronco had approximately 1k miles on the ODO and less than 300 miles on the wheel/tire combo when I took it out to Moab. Although I've checked, I've not had a need to re-torque the pins.I would probably take that with a grain of salt...this is a new product. The pic at the top of the gentleman in Moab you can see in one of his pics dirt gathered around one of the bolts in what appears to be an oil ring. I dont know if that is a slight leak or leftover oil from mounting but I would definitely keep my eye on them and expect to replace some of the o-rings from time to time. Then again, maybe they are flawless and you never have to touch them! And traditional beadlocks are typically heavy and very difficult to balance...I never really had an issue with the bolts needing retorqued that often, I am probably "that guy" and checked mine maybe once a year but more often would be on the trail and someone would say hey one of these bolts are loose...oh, then torque them all.