Hmmmm....Mill out the center to make space for custom engraving etc...
#1 So, pretty much like your existing spinners, but with a lowered center instead of a raised one. Keep the "lip" the same width as it is now before the "cone" starts. Have the center section be the same diameter of the raised portion. Know what I mean?
#2 Keep the center perfectly flat, but add a groove all the way around at the same point where the "cone" starts now. That would still leave space for something custom in the middle.
you guys can buy more than one spinner , after you install the hub ,all you have to do in change the spinner.The hub is 60 dollars and the spinner is 145 dollars and we will make them as wild or as plain or just about any thing you want on them.New designs are coming soon.
Tom, if you could make the blades of the spinner match the shape of the wheel spokes I think that would look cool. The center of the spinner could be convex like the stock wheel plate that the spinner replaces and engraved like the master cylinder covers.