Originally Posted by JGK95
Thank you Matt, but the wheel is already mounted and on the ground. When the fiberglass shell is stored, I'll have more work room available to take a picture. There wasn't any real obvious signs of the bolt being out of alignment. Of the five bolts, it appeared that two were about 1/32nd out of alignment and safely tapping the lugnut to realign the bolt didn't initially work out. I'll definitely post pics when the opportunity presents itself.
With the tire and wheel on it...you need to take a dial indicator and check to see how true it is going to turn. Personally....I would have sent that hub back and let them eat it....if its off bad on trueness it could wear tires out prematurely, it could cause a vibration, and it could be unsafe. Something to think about. Now you have a screwed up hub and a screwed up wheel IMHO.