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    Weld in Hubs

    I have two props that have to round pressed in rubber hubs for the small shafts. Quicksilver and Mazco props. I now have a sportmaster lower with fat shaft and want to know if anyone makes weld in hubs for these props?

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    Spinelli says on the prop for sale section that they can swap hubs.

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    I have a few props that have fat shaft weld in hubs, any decent prop shop can take a HD flo torque hub and weld it in.
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    those hub kits are $220 where I live. Possibility of cheaper option to weld in?

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    I swear I saw a picture somewhere that someone had welded strips inside the prop to create the square shape for the flo torque hub to be used. Cant find it now to show the welding guys what to do. Anyone can help??

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    May try BBlades, they may do it... they do everything else.

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