The first item is to measure the thickness of the wheel rim and tire bead. You do not want a longer screw than what is measured, otherwise, there's a hole in the tube.
I usually use 10 screws per side of wheel and have no problem with tire-to-bead slippage.
Use the lug nut hole as a guide to drill on the rim circumference for spacing. Drill through the rim and maybe a 1/4 inch into the bead. Use a drill stop for depth. Use a #3 Phillips screws and have at it.
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