Well mine came off without issue. I put it back on with anti seize. Although 58 ft lb seems awful light.
What would happen if I added the anti-seize and torqued to 58 and then, later, the dealer did some work and, of course, torqued back to spec, "as required" (i.e. I can adjust my chain, but won't change my own tires)?It's plenty. The lubricant in the anti seize cuts the friction so the axle is stretched the required amount. The nut is either a cottered castellated nut or a Fuji clamp nut depending on the year and country so it isn't coming off. I have not seen a single problem reported with the use of the technique, unlike many problems reported with the manual specification of 72.5lb-ft and dry threads.
Me either, in 45 years I've never had a problem; or at least haven't recognized one That nut is not going anywhere if it's moderately snug. I've never used anti-seize either, but I think I'll start using that to avoid the galling problem.I have never gone near a torque wrench for removing/replacing wheels. I never swing on the nuts with my largest spanner either. I think the risk of that nut coming off by itself is less than infinitesimal. Has anyone had an axle nut loosen ?