I like using these adjustable wheel stands I made, mainly because I find that the actual wheels and tires are, pretty much in the way most of the build and second, these are adjustable to accommodate, different size tires, so you can build to ride height, without guessing what it's going to look like. Also a big plus is that these roll and most importantly they roll where your want them to roll, being able to roll your project sideways makes your shop a whole lot bigger. This adjusts from 32" tires all the way down to 25" tires. So here it goes. Here is a scale drawing I made, if it prints correctly you can take measurement off, of it. 1'=3" Hope it all makes sense. These dimensions are for a 5 on 5.5" wheelpattern. #1: I cut 2"X2" angle to 12" long. #2: Drilled 1/2" holes, 1" from the top, 5/8" from the edge, in 1" increments. #3: I cut 13" X 4" X 1/4" plates, were all the parts will be welded to. #4: Bolt the drilled angle pieces to the hub, making sure everything is square (important). The bolt holes have to be 5 1/4" on center, otherwise they wont fit. #5: Weld the 13" plate to the two angle pieces. #6: Let cool down unbolt and check for fit in different holes (ride heights) etc. #7: Weld or bolt the casters (5 1/2") tall in my case to the bottom of the plate. #8: Clean/grind everything to make it save and paint as desired.