I'm working on a 32 build with a beam axle and 37-48 spindles. I'm running drum brakes up front with the Buick finned drums, hub mounted on the outside per all the conversion threads on the hamb. When I go to mount the wheel and tire and give it a spin (frame is lifted), it wobbles anywhere from 1/8-1/4". By wobble, I mean it's as if a washer was put over one lug nut and everything else tightened down so the wheel isn't sitting square against the hub. This is the same on both left and right side. Here's what I've checked so far: -I placed a dial indicator on the hub (no wheel) and rotated it and can see it has about a .003"-.005" wobble over the 360 degrees of rotation (.003" seems acceptable) -I've had the tires mounted to the wheel and balanced at a reputable tire shop. -I've tried all 4 wheel/tires on both sides of the front to check if I happened to have received a bad set of wheels from WheelSmith. All of them wobble the same when each wheel/tire is mounted. -All lug nuts are torques down properly. What am I missing here? I've done suspension/brake work on a lot of other cars and the wheels always seem to mount pretty square. Could I have received a set of 4 bad wheels?