Dan Green Machine Shop here in Nashville, telephone number (615) 297-1932 did the work at a fair price and a day ahead of schedule! They took the time to be extra sure the hubs would fit over the ends of the shafts once they were installed through the hull too, which is VERY important (Todd Heinrich is getting a lot of milage out of his comment to be sure about this, thanks Todd). These people are also VERY easy and good to work with, and I recommend them to anyone needing machine work done.
here's a photo of Brian (left) and Dan Green (right, and owner of the shop), both kind enough to allow me to take these photos for the forum.
These next two photos are doing a final polish on the ends, to be sure they fit the hubs properly. Ends were slightly tapered with a file, everything was checked very carefully. I'm hoping for a good and long lasting installation.
Yes, I now have 4 Commander prop shafts in a small sports car! The two old ones, one of which the shop used for measurements, the other old one came out last night as a non-critical-path move, and of course the two new ones! One of the hubs was milled down on the facing and dressed up, because it looked like someone had taken a hammer to it in the past. This should keep me off the streets for another couple days! Hoping for an optimistic week-end launch.