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Hi, I am changing my 1940 twin wheel axle for a late 90s twin whee transit axle, trouble is i need to use my origional wheels,

i have posted some pictures, i dont want to take a shortcup gad start driving down the road chattering my teath,

My first thoughts were to cut out the center's of my 40s wheels and replace with the transit center's. but having placed the drum over the origional wheel and spraying some grey paint to show the new pcd locations, i have had second thoughts, it looks easier than replacing the wheel center's.

Obviously this needs doing on a machine and not on the garage floor, si i am looking for other options and a company who can do this for me whith a quick turn around,

Location Swindon.

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most competent machine shops should be able to redrill your transit hubs and drums to suit the 40's pcd wheels.
 
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