hubbing a legacy


#1

let me know


#2

By “hubbing,” do you mean hubstacking?


#3

Also, not sure why a poll was made since it sounds like you just put the steps for what you want to do.


#4

No, I’m pretty sure they’re actually different choices.

Anyhow, if you mean hubstacking, you don’t glue in anything…


#5

is it possible to hubstack a legacy


(Preston Huft) #6

You can have a modder hubstack it for you. Basically a modder will put the yoyo on a lathe and
cut away some of the hub to either fit a bearing directly on the hub, or he will cut OFF the hub and put in a hubstack kit. I’d do it (I’m a modder), but I don’t do mods for people out of the state I live in yet.


#7

Just buy Synergy Caps. Its a lot easier…


(Preston Huft) #8

Yeah.


#9

But they don’t work very well on a Legacy. They become nearly imposible to remove and cause lots of wobble. I wouldn’t take the risk. :wink:


#10

thanks :slight_smile:


#11

Why would you want to, anyways? There are no real advantages to it. Besides my few tricks that involve them, but their just fun for the moment.


#12

Does that mean the modder has to be a guy? :smiley:

But honestly, you really don’t need hubs that much. I bought the synergy caps, but I don’t use them too much. I just like the extra weight :stuck_out_tongue:

It might be better just to buy a PGM, mods would probably cost that much, and you would get a new yoyo too! :slight_smile:


(Preston Huft) #13

Actually, I’d only charge $7-10 for the mod. But I only do within my state.


#14

Your state is awesome.

God I wish I could get you to mod some of my yo-yos :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue:


(JackG) #15

just get a pgm with hubstacks if you want hubstacks and plastic


(SR) #16

Yeah, if you want a stacked yo-yo for a cheap price go for the Plastic Grind Machine. It’s plastic, just like the legacy, and it requires a bind, just like the legacy. Get a PGM.