I'm getting ready to look for wheels for my street rod ('33 Ford).
It has Mustang II front spindle hubs with a diameter of 2.77" (70 mm) and disc brakes. It has an 8" ford rear with a axle stub diameter of 2.42" (60 mm) and disc brakes.
With two different size hubs to contend with what is the best solution? I can think of a few things but don't know if they can be done or if the parts exist.
1. Buy wheels with two different hub holes to match mine; but could I get the same wheel style?
2. Order the wheels to fit the front hub and use a wheel centering ring on the rear to take up the slack. Does such a thing exist for wheels - my disc brake supplier for the rear provided ones for the rear rotors.
Maybe I should contact ECI and see if they will let me have a couple of rings, but if there is a better way to solve the problem I would appreciate knowing. The ECI rings are steel and will surely rust.
How about not worring about it and let the wheel studs/lug nuts hold the rear wheels in place?