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  • Anyone have a grainger part number for vac motor?

    Kegel p/n on motor is "153-0204"
    "2 stage bypass vac motor"
    120 vac

    thanks in advance!

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    Re: Anyone have a grainger part number for vac motor?

    Which machine is it for?
    Peanut

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      Re: Anyone have a grainger part number for vac motor?

      That part number (followed by a letter) is for the motor parts…Such as brushes, blade or the housing. It does not show up in the price list without a letter after the part #.

      We need to know what machine you have.

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