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    Hey gang,

    A question for you -
    Are the splines on the Combo motor output shaft the same for all 3 motors?
    785 501 048 WH/AOS
    785 501 050 GE
    785 502 055 Natty

    And...
    Are the splines on the table/sweep driveshafts the same also?
    I know that for WH/AOS, the shafts are 070 001 699 Sweep, and 070 001 700 Table.

    Thanx in advance,
    Chaddy [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/smile.gif[/img]

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    Re: Combo Shaft Outputs

    They have to be the same for table and sweep because combo motors are interchangable. As far as the shafts go, they are different parts. The table shaft is longer and has more key ways then the sweep shaft. I guess that's what you are asking. If not, just ignore everything I just said.
    Give me a hammer and some duct tape and I can fix it!

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    • #3
      Re: Combo Shaft Outputs

      Thanx, 'spotter

      Actually, I was asking if you could put a WH gearbox on where a GE had been before. Or put a GE on where a National had been before. Or put a National on where oh, you get the point...

      Are the splines on the different gearboxes the same?

      Chode

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      • #4
        Re: Combo Shaft Outputs

        Yes, They will all work. A 90 gearbox should also work as long as the bolt patterns are the same on the weldments for 90's & 70's.

        There is only one part number for the table shaft and one part number for the sweep shaft.

        The part numbers for the shafts are the same for the 70's & 90's

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        • #5
          Re: Combo Shaft Outputs

          Chaddy, I have all three and the bolt pattern is the same, also the output female is the same.

          The 90 combo gearbox does not have the same bolt pattern. I only know do to a friend who brought over a 90 combo because he could not seperate the motor from the gearbox. My bolt pattern was not the same as his. What a joke trying to seperate his combo! Took us 30 minutes.

          Mike
          Pinspotters do not break down when they are not running!

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          • #6
            Re: Combo Shaft Outputs

            Triac & Mike -
            Thank you for the good replies!

            Now I know - we have several output shafts at Vantage for all 3 gearboxes. The 699 and 700 shafts did not seem to fit the GE output shafts but they are burred and disfigured from whatever house from which they came. I can now address my customer properly. "Dress off the burrs on your drive shaft splines, and the 610 704 052 motor/gearboxes should fit fine."

            Thank you very much for the knowledge. Perhaps the WH, GE, and Natty gearboxes we have are not worn enough to not accept a new driveshaft.

            I knew something had to be awry because there is no part # for driveshafts driven by different motors. They all run at the same final speed 50 or 60 CY, and they all put out 1/3hp. Wattage is always between 3 and 6amp to get started, then it dwindles to less than 1 amp when, for example, the sweep drops.

            Expect a mailing, you two...

            Chaddy.

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            • #7
              Re: Combo Shaft Outputs

              Hocus Pocus.
              You go girl!

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              • #8
                Re: Combo Shaft Outputs

                Are you sure about the 90 motors having different bolt patterns? I ask because the AMF 82/70XL Electrical Upgrade uses the same gearbox used on the 90's. Am I right, mreesejr? [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/confused.gif[/img]

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