I'm using the same wheel I started off with when I started building hard baits about 3 years ago. This thing has the BBQ rotisserie motor and some plywood discs. The rotisserie motors eventually get to where they "slide" over during each rotation as the connections begin to wear at the pivot points. I'm going to have to slow down with the building for a bit and just order a new motor and build the axle out of threaded rod. Lol, the plywood wheels aren't secured very well and I have to jockey the lures from hook to hook till I get it balanced as it spins...it gets a little "wonkie" after you get more than 4 or 5 baits going ... ...no, the picture is not distorted...the wheels are a bit cockeyed!