If your TA/B/C rear hubs ‘clunk click every trip’ then you could try “Dave’s Doughnuts”. The rubber foam doughnut fills the space between the brake drum and the wheel hub. As the spinner is tightened the foam is squashed between, locating on the half nuts and the spoke nipples, stopping the wheel from turning on the spline. Mine are still working after six months and will probably last for years.
You can cut your own with a sharp knife out of the foam rubber supplied. Two squares for you to cut out are £6 including postage and packing (order from John James via the ttypes.org Contact Form).
• Mark out the rubber with concentric circles.
Outside diameter: 145mm Inside diameter: 75mm
• Using a sharp narrow blade hobby knife, cut the rubber into a ring. This is fairly difficult, but accuracy is not too important.
• With the rear wheel off the car slide the doughnut onto the hub and up to the brake drum. Replace the wheel. The spinner will probably not pick up without a good push. If you can’t get the spinner to start try trimming the rubber a little.
• Tighten the spinner in the usual way. The rubber will probably not show if the outside diameter is fairly neat.
• The rubber is intended for use with standard brake drum half nuts.
It is advisable to periodically check your spinners for tightness.