I don't recomend using air tools either as I have no Idea how powerfull your air tools our, but my Dad's has just about every Snap on and Blue Point air tool there is, and I just used a very small one with a adapter to a bigger socket so it would fit for the bolt.
I started with just a socket and a rachet, but that got old after doing just one rear rim.
Actually now that I think about it, I think I just took off the bolts, and snugged them up with the air gun, I did the finally tightening with a rachet. I did not use any specific foot lbs though, as I bought my Hipers used, and I never got any book let paper thing or whatever.
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