Just a comment and suggestion: when you tighten the bolts down, remember that you are tightening against expensive 'glass' panels... with gasket material around them the amount of pressure is hard to guage safely... many folks have broken their new 'glass'..
So I would suggest installing the 'glass' and frames,, snugging down the bolts just past 'finger tight'... and leave them alone for a few days, then go back and tighten them up again. Do this as often as needed 'till you notice that you can't tighten them anymore,, meaning the gaskets have compressed as much as they want to..
And also.. you aren't tightening the lug-nuts on an Eighteen-wheeler!! you really are only holding the 'glass' in place,, there is a slight vacuum on the stove, and the gasket is not a perfect seal,, it's open at the bottom to allow venting... So just tighten enough to secure the window so it won't fall out when you open and close the door..
Sorry for nagging,, but it's not fun to look at a cracked piece of glass everyday, and be reminded of your 'mistake'..