Your wheels may come pre-treaded, in which case, this method may be used if/when your treads need to be replaced.
Begin by cutting your treads to length.
(Note: you may want to create a template or jig for your treads for faster replacements.)
Lay one end of the tread in the groove of the wheel, and drill a hole through the tread and wheel for a rivet to be popped through. Leave enough room for a second rivet to be popped beside it.
Firmly press a rivet through the hole and pop the rivet.
Drill the second hole and pop the rivet.
Stretch the tread around the wheel ensuring there are no "bubbles", and cut off any excess tread if necessary.
Drill another 2 holes and rivet this end in place.
Add additional rivets in a few places around the wheel to reinforce.
(Note: avoid drilling holes directly in the center of Plaction wheels, as a rivet may slightly separate the wheel at its seam)
(Note: if using IFI Wheels opposed to AM Plaction wheels, align the holes drilled in the tread with the pre-punched holes in the wheel.)