I'm in 4wd anytime it's not flat and have accepted the higher rear wear as the 'solid' rear axle. I'm surprised yours were that evenly matched front to rear. I don't mind mounting tires on BL's but I don't have a dragon metering my brews either. LOL I'm a fairly gentle driver too, usually. 😊 I've really missed my 'up' paddle since I broke the switch, another project before I leave.
I'm also leery of the beadlock bolts into the alum wheel. I was checking tire pressures this afternoon and noticed that I had lost a beadlock bolt (also anti-seized). I was immediately embarrassed by my lack of maintenance allowing that to happen. But when I went around tightening all of them, I broke one, with only one bolt between them.
Sticking something sharp and pokey into the other hole, and sure enough, the bolt hadn't vibrated out, it broke off.
I think those are grade 8 bolts and I never cranked them down really tight, I'd rather tighten them occasionally than strip the threads.
I'm headed for a short trip to Hanksville as soon as my wheel bearings get here (trying to beat the summer heat), so trying to get the broken bolts out will have to wait. I wish they were further apart on the wheel, not just one bolt between the two. :-| I'm definitely not looking forward to that project.