Topic: Re: broken 9 bolt hub
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Well, cast CAN be welded, and works well when done right. The key here is that you need to take it to a GOOD welder who knows what they are doing. Welding cast is not like welding steel, but that doesn't mean that you can't have it done and get a successful repair. it can also be brazed, but that will end up being very visible, as the amount of brass required to make it strong and work is much different that a weld. but that is also an option.
Find a good welder, and they can probably fix it. In my area, there are lots of welders, but only a couple know how to weld cast, and they actually advertise that they do.
do a little research, and get a good welder.
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