Does anybody has drawings for adapters for wire wheels 26/27 i have seeing here posted before but can not remember when. THANKS
Take a look at this old Forum post on adapters:
You can also go to Langs and buy a set:
If you are using 26-7 wire wheels you just need the 26-7 wire wheel hubs
Yes i`m using 26-7 wire wheels but somebody has posted drawings of flanges to make so they can adapt on wood wheel hubs
Please take John's advice. I have seen those adapters used and have seen how they basically fell apart and almost let a wheel come off a car. I really don't know if they were the exact same style/brand as the ones Tom shows above, but they sure look to be the same.
It usually holds true that the best and safest way to do things is the way that was originally intended.
BTW, since you asked for "drawings", I'm assuming you have some machining skills and intend to make the adapters yourself. If so, consider taking a wood wheel hub, welding the 6 holes shut, and remachining it for wire wheels. I haven't done this myself but it would be the avenue I would explore first over using any adapters.
You had better use model A wheels when you use adapters.
Model T wire wheels need the wire wheel hubs to give the wheels support all the way out to the hubcap. Like an MG or Jaguar wire wheel.
It is a lot of work and you have to get the right offset to keep your tracking consistent with stock
recess the original hub for strength