I've been trying to fit a second rear wheel to a fracing frame rebuild and I've noticed it is very off-centre. You can see from the pictures that it is much closer to the non-drive side than drive side.
Is this more likely to be a problem with the dishing, or with the axle/hub or something else.
Picture of seatstays
Picture of chainstay
Picture of driveside dropout.
I checked the wheel was set in the dropouts correctly. It now seems to be centred when you look between the seatstays (just under the brake) but is almost rubbing against the non-drive-side chain stay.
I checked the frame alignment, measuring the string just by the seatstay. The gap between the string was about 94mm, and the the non-drive string was a coupel of mm closer than the drive side. So it does seem slightly out of alignment, but would this be enough to explain the wheel almost touching the chainstay?