If you want, Grant also sells hubs for the B. I don't remember price but
it was very reasonable.
'71 B roadster
'71 BGT rust free and burnt orange
'63 Buick 215
On Fri, 31 Mar 2000, Max Heim wrote:
> Well, if you look at the Moss catalog, you will see that 68-69 wheels are
> in a class by themselves (and yes, they are supposed to be the "spokey"
> kind). Annoying, but true, and doesn't leave you a lot of options besides
> new aftermarket; although my friend called around to LBC wreckers and
> actually found a used aftermarket wheel for a 69. Or you could find a
> used Moto-Lita wheel and just buy a new adapter hub.
> Keith Wheeler had this to say:
> >The '68 GT that is becoming a rally car has one of those flimsy
> >spoke steering wheels (I thought used up to '67). Will a later
> >MG hub and wheel fit on this? This steering wheel is in decent
> >(if not nice) shape, that is no cracked plastic, and I know it
> >won't survive the first event.
> >We'll be working on the car all weekend. Hope to have it to the
> >cage fabricator's next weekend.
> >-Keith Wheeler
> >Team Sanctuary http://www.TeamSanctuary.com/
> Max Heim
> '66 MGB GHN3L76149
> If you're near Mountain View, CA,
> it's the red one with the silver bootlid.