white letters to the inside, air pressure depends...if im running empty, posted doorjamb pressure. (about 30) loaded, i fully inflate to the max pressure shown on the tire. balancing- id rather it be fully balanced, you could take model paint and cover the lead weights quite easily, wouldnt be noticeable unless you are very close. no to locking lug nuts, but if i did id go with mcguard, its the brand i use with the regular lugs, and theyve held up through several winters without rusting or peeling. ive recently gotton new tires/wheels, waiting on it to warm up so i can go through the front end, grease bearings and put them on, heres the thread on mine:
new wheels on order, now i just need to pick some tires
i didnt notice until i got them home that they had only used weights on the inside of the tire/wheel, i hadnt said anything, just assumed they would do a traditional "full balance" hope they dont vibrate on me or i will take them somewhere and get it done. you might consider doing one thing ive done to mine, where the center section of the rim joins the outer rimshell, run a bead of black rtv in that seam, thats the first place rust will want to creep out from.