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Old 11-01-2012, 07:48 PM   #18
Donkey Hotey
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Originally Posted by Roadracer_Al View Post
I would not hesitate to have the entire flange machined off, a new flange machined from new material (donut shaped) and welded onto the original hub.

Alternately, you could cut off the flange, **thread** the hub and new flange, then red loctite it and pin it in position with no welding required.
At that point, it would be far faster, cheaper and safer to start with a $50 billet of aluminum and just make the whole hub.
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