Welding jig is made and tested twice. The guys thats waiting for these they'll go out next week since its the 4th Holiday
Now the reason for this I took on welding two of these and after thinking about it and seeing the space left from removing the evo cast piece from the middle and the smaller size from our car I had to build a centering fixture. So here it is after its first use.
Others have used adapters from other companies and also made flat pieces of steel and bought adapters to bolt to these but this is simple and a one step deal. Nothing wrong with there way this is just easier for me . The evo center bolts out and your left with a structure with a 4 bolt flange and a machine steel piece in the middle. I use the mill and remove the center from it then the GVR4 and DSM wheels have their machine center welded directly on. Here's a picture of both ready to weld.
Now what happens
GVR4/dsm piece inserted
Evo structure placed on top and ready to be bolted down.
Tig welded final product which is perfectly centered as well has install height being correct and the same as the factory wheel in our cars. Now weld isn't the prettiest thing in the world but filling a 1/4 inch gap with a tig isn't much fun.
If anyone else wants this done send me the center piece above as well as the center of a dsm/VR4 wheel. Just cut the center out with a hacksaw and I'll get the machined piece out of both with the mill. That way there not chewed warped etc.