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    does anybody have any mtrs for sale 8270 national .what happened to the franklin mtr that was on the market did it dissapear

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    Call Hilltop Bowling - 937.882.6605
    they have plenty of used 70 parts.
    They will ship them right to you.

    king

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    • #3
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      The Part Number for the Franklin Motor is 785-502-259. I just got 2 of them in. Hope this helps

      Terry

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      • #4
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        terry from where and for how much back end mtrs

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        • #5
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          I buy them from AMF. I beleive the list price is $360 for the B/E. I don't beleive they handle the Combination Motor because at one time they were having trouble with the Motor drifting, but I am not positive.

          Terry

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          • #6
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            Quality sells a Leeson combo motor. We are running several of them. There’s very little difference between them & the Nationals that you’re used to. Off hand, I don’t know the part # or the $.
            Dutch

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            • #7
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              I believe AMF no longer sells the Franklin motors from what I understand. I think they're garbage anyway. Just try getting replacement parts for them. I use the Leeson motors from Quality as well. They are a good replacement motor and you can get them in a combo or BE. I do have a question about the Leeson Combo motors though. I have an older style combo motor that does not have a brake and it simply relies on the gearbox/lower contacts/switch to stop it and it drifts badly. Do they make a brake kit for these motors? The newer Leesons already have these brakes but I am not sure if they have kits for the older ones or if anybody else has encountered this problem. Thanks!
              Bob

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              • #8
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                Yes, they do make brake kits for Leeson combos. Check with your distributor for the # & $.
                Dutch

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                • #9
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                  I dont understand why your local motor repair cant fix (rewind or rework your armature). i have westinghouse. Ive herd tell that vantage B E motor does not have as much winding and would cause it to run louder. As for a combo motor you would need to supply the repair shop with away of turning them on there work bench. I have such a control box.
                  If at first you don't succeed, try, try, again. Then quit. There's no use being a damn fool about it." -W.C.Fields

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                  • #10
                    Re: back end mtrs

                    does hilltop bowling have an email address?

                    chasing g/e stators backend
                    i don't need mods, i am a bloody genius

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