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Take a look at a good quality Steel rear wheel hub.
Get 2 units of those and cut it at somewhere in the middle.
Get a a thick tube /pipe of similar diameter with the Outer diameter of the hub.
Mine was about 5/8" diameter and 12" in length.
Weld this tube extending the middle of 2 precut hubs .Ensure that it is cylindrical as possible.
(Note: Ensure that the threaded portion of the hub is used to screw in a Freewheel later).
Next Extend the Inner threaded shaft with similar diameter steel rod leaving 3/4" extending the outer hub race.
Put back all the bearings and tighten the hub cone to only move freely!
You have now extended a Hub cone assembly without affecting the fit & function.