Working on the front hub of a '87 Porsche 944. The hub needs to be held stationary in order to replace the races and bearings. In particular the hub will be hot and the race cold, to aid in fitting them, so I think speed and stability are important factors.
What ways can the hub be held to do this that is better than simply squeezing naked vise jaws on either side, or even soft-jaw pads or wrapping it with something? I imagine a jig could be manufactured that the wheel studs bolt into, and I also imagine there could be vise adapters that squeeze a ring around the hub as the vise tightens, but these might be stupid ideas for all I know.
UPDATE : though I appreciate debate of hot/cold or room-temp parts, the essence of the question is how to hold the hub in the vise.