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    Steel or aluminum hub? Which to use and why? 2or 3 piece?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futs View Post
    Steel or aluminum hub? Which to use and why? 2or 3 piece?
    I would recommend the 917602, steel, 3 rib, 8". I think for your app it will provide better damping for the stroker and a little more inertia for cruising.
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    So not the 7"?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Futs View Post
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    I assume you mean 2 piece hub or 1 piece hub.
    2 piece hubs make up 4 piece assemblies, 1 piece hubs make up 3 piece assemblies.
    Depending on if its internal or external balance, you may not have a choice. Pretty sure all the internal balance now are 1 piece hubs. Personally, I have no preference either way.



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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    I would recommend the 917602, steel, 3 rib, 8". I think for your app it will provide better damping for the stroker and a little more inertia for cruising.
    so that would be the 917062

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futs View Post
    so that would be the 917062
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