How do i attach a hub motor stator shaft (that's NOT supposed to rotate) to the rear wheel axle beam and brake assembly?

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How do i attach a hub motor stator shaft (that's NOT supposed to rotate) to the rear wheel axle beam and brake assembly?

Sorry if this question has been asked before. If it has, i couldn't find it.
The standard rear wheel (on a Front Wheel Drive vehicle) is free to rotate on its related rear axle spindle and hub bearing assembly mountings.
I want to replace that with a hub motor driven wheel.
This means that the stator shaft (which is NOT supposed to rotate)needs to be fixed to the position where the "old" spindle was.
How in the "blazes" can i do that?
I don't know (yet) if the hub motor dimensions will fit within the existing brake drum mechanisms or not.
But, first things first. -
How can i install that stator shaft?
It is NOT like mounting it on a bicycle fork.
Help, please?
Hasn't ANYONE done this yet?

Hope i can gain some good information here.
Thank you.
Gary


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