That's exactly how I've been doing this for many months.
Since then, I hardly broke any props, despite of many crashes (due to acrobatic indoor flying...)!
In the rare case that a prop brakes, it takes only 2 minutes to replace it.
Also, consider mounting your motors using zip-ties: they have saved my motors in many cases!
I'll post a picture under the files tab as well.
If these are suppose to be fitted on the 1811-2900kv motor, remember to buy a 5/64" / 1.9844mm drill bit first. Trying to fit these right out of the bag, you will either brake the motor,the PCB motormount and/or fu** up you fingers trying to press it on. If you get it on, like I did, you hear a SNAP!, and the prop brakes around the shaft. There is a reason why these are cheap!
Got those and the red ones. Turned out to be nicely balanced and they add nearly no vibrations attached to a small motor. One blade is slightly unbalanced though or maybe the center whole is not perfectly in the center.
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Ordered these and the red sets , both are the same , badly balanced with a hole too small to be push fit using any 2mm shaft with out using a vice to force on, 3 of my black and 2 of my red also have warped blades.
Considering these are touted for the turnigy motors on the turnigy quad they are pretty poor quality.
Total waste of money , i will stick to the Gemfan or GWS 5x3x3.