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  • C-90 Baldor motor part number

    If your push collar on the rotating switch (centrifugal mechanism) fails, their main office is in Arkansas, Phone #1-419-646=4711. They will give you a distributor in your area that will order the part for you. Know some of you guys are using the SSSW on thesr motors. With the way balls get hung up these days, an overloaded motor can mean you have to change out the SS again. With the rotating switch you getr at least 3 years of trouble free ball returns. The part # is
    RS9001A05 and the price is about $15.00. It is very easy to replace. We don't order the contact, it usually just needs to be burnished.

    "What do bullet proof vest, fire escapes, windshields wipers and laser printers have in common. All invented by WOMEN! [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/shocked.gif[/img]


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    Re: C-90 Baldor motor part number

    When I worked at a certain nameless manufacturer, I collected a lot of those mechs, switches, end bells, through bolts, & bearings just so I could help somebody out if they had one quit. They probably threw away my stash by now.

    Every one of them that came back had one thing in common: FILTHY! It's really a good idea to bag these when resurfacing or recoating. Also nice if you have a little compressor bottle is to run along the approach every few months and blow those puppies out. (You already do that with the hand dryers and ball tracks, right???)

    Thanks for the good info as always, Kingram!
    C

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      Re: C-90 Baldor motor part number

      By the way Chad, I have the Vantage C-90 ripoff ball returns, and I buy replacement motors from Grainger. They work fine, but I was wondering if anyone make a motor for these with an overload switch, or if 1740 rpm is too much as these are the only ones with the switch. Thanks.

      John
      My mom always said there was one crazy person on every bus,... but I could never find him.

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        Re: C-90 Baldor motor part number

        Smokey,
        How are your ball rack plenums doing? How about your interface boxes? How about the whole damn thing? (stifling my urge to laugh out loud)

        As to your question, I don't know why a motor with an automatic reset can't be found. Anyway, I rather prefer manually resetting the klixon, so it won't grab some bowler "trying to fix it."

        It's a very common motor specification, but I don't like to have a "bastard stepchild" motor different from the rest in the house. I'd rather have them all the same than having some Leesons, some Daytons, a Baldor or two, etc. Maybe it's just me.

        C

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        • #5
          Re: C-90 Baldor motor part number

          You were asking about klixons on C-90 motors as opposed to automatic-reset thermal overloads on Sure-Piks, Spectrums, etc, right?

          Sorry, felt like I might have missed something.

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            Re: C-90 Baldor motor part number

            We actually built steel plenum boxes. The rest of the lift...not so good. I was asking about C-90 motors. The only ones I can find run at 600 more rpm's than the ones I am using. Will this be a problem? They would be daytons
            My mom always said there was one crazy person on every bus,... but I could never find him.

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            • #7
              Re: C-90 Baldor motor part number

              Smokey,

              I think this is what you’re looking for:
              Part # 6XH94

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              It has a higher service factor (this is a good thing) than the Baldor and the AMF replacement Franklin.…it is about $60 ($80 with BPAA discount) cheaper than the lower starting torque split phase Franklins [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/mad.gif[/img]

              Triac

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                Re: C-90 Baldor motor part number

                That is exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks Triac. Should I get the 1/2 horsepower instead? Money really no issue
                My mom always said there was one crazy person on every bus,... but I could never find him.

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                • #9
                  Re: C-90 Baldor motor part number

                  Smokey,

                  I think the 1/3 hp will be plenty. Brunswick uses ¼ hp on their power lifts. When a ball gets stuck, I’ve seen the 1/3 hp burn a belt when slightly on the loose side and burn up a lift wheel when on the tight side. The higher service factor indicates that the motor will last 1.35x longer under the same load than its counter part with a lower service factor of 1.0.

                  The only thing I noticed on the Dayton motor is that there is no key way, but the flat spot on the shaft should lock the pulley nicely.

                  One other thing…the motor will probably come wired for 230v, so you will need to check that it is wired 115v.

                  Triac

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