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  • overlane ball check motor

    Have not found a good replacement for o'lane ball check motors.
    I got a PSC motor from Grainger that fit, was slightly more HP and worked. Until the urethane tire melted.
    Any help?
    Any used motors around?
    Go Pirates

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    Re: overlane ball check motor

    I have run into the same problems.
    If you find anything please let me know

    curt

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    • #3
      Re: overlane ball check motor

      Most motors follow a standard as far as frame size, mounting, rpm, protection, etc, etc.. Can you find any specs on the motors?

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        Re: overlane ball check motor

        The motors from a Sure Stuck will work, but you must switch the field wires in the stator. At least they will in a lazy susan return. My dad has a couple of extra motors he may be willing to sell. PM if you folks need one or two and I'll see what he needs for them.
        Gene Simmons for president!!!

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        • #5
          Re: overlane ball check motor

          Jimmy
          Yeah I have info and I tried. no luck
          Toons
          not enough room for pik motor. I also have piks.
          Go Pirates

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          • #6
            Re: overlane ball check motor

            I worked on an installation which had the overlane ball check. It came from Dan Tucker in Tulia, TX.

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            • #7
              Re: overlane ball check motor

              I have about 6 or 8 of these motors if you are talking about the streamline ball check motor. It is about 6" long , g.e. hp 1/20 rpm 1725/1425 If interested send private message.


              Thanks
              Steve

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              • #8
                Re: overlane ball check motor

                Originally posted by 70/30:
                Jimmy
                Yeah I have info and I tried. no luck
                Toons
                not enough room for pik motor. I also have piks.
                <font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Depends on which motors you have... if you have the older-style motors with the start cap on the side of it, the motor housing is too big to fit.

                If you have the GE's or AO Smith (there might be some Westinghouse ones around, too), they should fit... the motor frame is much smaller, and does not use a starting capacitor.

                I never liked the GE's and such as much as the older ones... they use bushings instead of bearings on the shafts, and they wear out/burn out much faster than the older/larger cap-started motors.
                <span style="font-style: italic">Educatio est omnium efficacissima forma rebellionis</span>

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                • #9
                  Re: overlane ball check motor

                  I have heard the motors are not normal size.

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