sorry, the physics say no. unless you change parts the only way you would get a different alignment is with a different torque. I have dealt with this many times servicing aircraft wheels. I have trimmed spacers on the lathe to specific lengths base on the the thread pitch. you are usually off less than 2 flats (1/3 turn) at the desired torque. 1 turn is .083 on a 12 tpi axle... so 1/2 a flat is just about .007".... easy to figure from there. either that or be happy at however close you get. on a bike wheel, the stack up of the spacers between bearing races make a solid column that does not move, and there really isn't any force trying to undo the nut. the clamping force only needs to be a bit stronger than the rotational force the rollers exert on the inner races of the bearings .... and thats a pretty small number. I generally put motorcycle axle nuts on "gutentight" & safety wire it.... haven't lost one in 50 years.
if I'm answering your question I assume the basic points have been addressed, such as: did you do a compression test? is it still on fire?