Got 4 of the 5 Tibus beadlock wheels I ordered today. Not sure what the story is there but I emailed GFG to find out. Those are some serious work to install, unlike the Hutchinson's they don't have 3 studs that are longer to help get the bead starting to come together. This means without some means of squeezing the two sides together you are going to have a hard time patching or swapping a wheel in the field. If I had to I think I would end up having to lay the wheel under my truck, then place a jack on top of it to press the top down onto the studs.
Overall though, I'm very happy with the assembly process, they just really should have put the 3 longer studs in. I'll probably try to pickup a few clamps to stick through the holes in the wheel and help pull the face close enough to start threading the nuts onto the studs.
Only had energy in me to do one tonight, but over the next few days I'll get the rest of them together.