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Old 02-10-2014, 04:26 PM
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Hey guys ! I'm looking for someone that can make a hub for my 76cc husqavarna Engine. (clutch side ) Not in a rush, just trying to find someone

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Jet, can you take a close-up photo of the shaft where you want your new hub to be attached. Also maybe make a drawing with dimensions for the new hub you want. That would be a great help.
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Hello Captn ! Can you help me ?? that is the shaft I want to adapt a prop hub to. The threads are 10mmx1.0 LH . now as far as the dimension of the hub, I was going to try and get some help from some of the pros on this site ... I want to use a smaller diameter prop with lots of pitch , probably multi blade. The length of the hub can be what ever it has to be, as long as its not too long. I was also thinking of having it have the setup like the dle engines use, with the 6 screws to keep the prop from spinning. Let me know what you think! I am open to ideas ....
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Also, the hub an be permanently attached if need be
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That would be a fairly easy one to make. Too bad I don't have access to my lathe and other tools right now.

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Dang Av8tor. ..your teasing me.....lol
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If nobody else makes you one, I probably could in a little over two weeks when my tools get here. Did you try www.lambertsrc.com ?

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Yes, I sent an email, but got no reply ... I think I can hold off for a few more weeks :-) I'm still building the hull anyway.. That would be awesome if you could make one for me
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As viewed from the end of shaft, what is the direction of rotation? Also is there a place for a key-way cut in the un-threaded part of the shaft? Is this for a boat?

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The rotation is clock wise if your looking at the shaft from the rear. Yes this engine is for an Rc airboat, thats why I need the hub on the clutch side of the engine. In this configuration I can run tractor props
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The rotation is clock wise if your looking at the shaft from the rear. Yes this engine is for an Rc airboat, thats why I need the hub on the clutch side of the engine. In this configuration I can run tractor props
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I think there would be room to cut a keyway in the un threaded part ... there is 2 different flat surfaces that could have one. I can measure them when I get home

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