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    i have two electric motors for sale,first is a vintAge ge,1 hp I believe,big and heavy,works,$75
    secont is a newer 5hp,supposedly has never been run,buyer is welcome to try it.it is not tefc.
    $200
    i will get more info and pictures soon
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    Re: Electric motors

    I'm interested in the RPM for the 5hp Al?
    also what style is it, if not TEFC?
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      Shaft on 5 hp is 3/4" Click image for larger version

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        do I get everything as seen in the picture for $200??
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          Re: Electric motors

          Originally posted by beakie View Post
          do I get everything as seen in the picture for $200??
          the motor,yes

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            Originally posted by al.m.. View Post
            the motor,yes
            drat!
            well I had to try

            ok, I'm at work, but will check what sized shaft I require and will get back to you if this will work for me.
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              Originally posted by beakie View Post

              drat!
              well I had to try

              ok, I'm at work, but will check what sized shaft I require and will get back to you if this will work for me.
              Good try.

              Too bad it’s a 2 pole, otherwise I might have considered it for my mill.

              If you’re OK with a DP motor the price looks good......Rod
              Work is the curse of the riding class.

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                Originally posted by Rod Sheridan View Post
                Good try.
                Too bad it’s a 2 pole, otherwise I might have considered it for my mill.
                If you’re OK with a DP motor the price looks good......Rod
                well I was thinking of putting it in a table saw, specifically the RT40 I have here. It has a dust shroud around the blade under the table, so very little dust makes it into the cabinet.

                thoughts?

                also, you need/want a 4pole (aka 1725rpm?)
                I have one I could part with
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                  I would use it.

                  You can always carefully blow it out occasionally.....Rod
                  Work is the curse of the riding class.

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                  • #10

                    Re: Electric motors

                    Originally posted by Rod Sheridan View Post
                    I would use it.

                    You can always carefully blow it out occasionally.....Rod
                    I'll send you a pic of motor and spec plate

                    thanks for motor info








                    Al, would you like EMT $$ now or cash whenever I can make it down there?

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                      Originally posted by beakie View Post

                      drat!
                      well I had to try

                      ok, I'm at work, but will check what sized shaft I require and will get back to you if this will work for me.

                      that shaft is smaller than what I need, but let me see if I can find a pulley that will work... it shouldn't be a problem.
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                        Al, I'm having trouble find the pulley I need

                        I'll continue searching, I have a pulley that takes a tapered sheave, but not able to find the right sheave either so far.


                        If someone else needs/wants it by all means don't hold it for me.
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                          Re: Electric motors

                          interested in the vintage 1 hp, pics?
                          my shop is a beaver lodge
                          steve, sarnia, ont




                          1940's Craftmaster Lathe

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                            Originally posted by stevem View Post
                            interested in the vintage 1 hp, pics?
                            I'll do my best to dig it out this week

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