For most accurate torquing you are supposed to put the torque wrench on the highest setting and pop it 6 times.
(I only do this when torquing stuff like ring gear bolts, cylinder head bolts, main bolts, connecting rod bolts, ect)
I have always put a dot of grease or antiseize on the stud then torqued to 80 ft•lb, drive the car a short distance then torqued them to 90ft•lb.
When the tire shop puts them on I can put my torque wrench on the highest setting of 150 ft•lb, flip the lever to "L" and usually pop the torque wrench with out loosening the lugs at all.
Between that and always crushing the pinch panel with their floor jack, I only take the wheels by them selves to the tire shop if possible.
Been putting a dot of grease or anti seize on the studs and torque lugs all cars with 12 mm and 7/16 lugs to 90 ft•lb since about 2002.
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