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  • Motor for overlane return

    I need a few motors for AMF overlane ball check. Anyone know a replacement part #. Grainger
    did not help, unless I missed something. Long story.
    Or maybe you know where a few are collecting dust?
    Is the start relay still available for this motor?
    Go Pirates

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    Re: Motor for overlane return

    Did you ask them about the motor, or take one down to them and show them? I've found that if you try to describe what you want by specs only, they're about useless, but if you show them what you need, they can usually locate something comparable.
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    • #3
      Re: Motor for overlane return

      Gman I took one down there, more than once. And spent some $. Size is a real constraint. 3.5" Dia. max We found a couple that would fit in my space, HP range , etc., but they were all PSC (blower) motors and they got too hot without air over. This is a very enclosed space. Melted several urethane tires. (See next post). Like I said, long story. Screwin' with this for 2 yrs.
      Good news for me. I found a shop locally that can repair/rewind them. Will find out tomorrow how much $.
      Go Pirates

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      • #4
        Re: Motor for overlane return

        Find some out of sure pics. They are the same, but you have to reverse the field wires as they will run backward if you don't. I have a couple extras, how about a trade for a couple Omega Tek boards?
        Gene Simmons for president!!!

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          Re: Motor for overlane return

          I have surly pics in my (split)house. My sure pic motors are a lot bigger(Too big)). Will not fit in available space.
          The O'tek chassis are "kind of" sold but not a done deal.
          I still have a few sweet 30's parts.
          PM if you are intested
          Go Pirates

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          • #6
            Re: Motor for overlane return

            Good luck finding a replacement. I have about 10 used motors in stock. They all run when tested, but when you install them and put the belt on, the all need a manual kickstart to start running. I had a few newer ones that didn't exactly bolt up, so I designed a bracket kit to make them work. But, I'm out of the newer ones and I can't find a replacement for any of them.

            Maybe a motor repair shop might be able to do something for you.
            Fusion Bowling
            (904) 318-7206
            (904) 701-BOWL

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            • #7
              Re: Motor for overlane return

              Sorry for the bad info 70/70. The only AMF overlane returns I have seen had the same ball check setup as my lazy susan returns. That is where I came up with using motors from sure pics.

              Still trying to talk my dad into some Omegas. They sure make my scoring problems go away versus having stepper chassis.
              Gene Simmons for president!!!

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              • #8
                Re: Motor for overlane return

                There is a compatable motor from Grainger part number M3290. You will need to modify the bracket.
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                • #9
                  Re: Motor for overlane return

                  lanemech. I checked on graingers website and can't find M3290. Is that the correct number

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                  • #10
                    Re: Motor for overlane return

                    lanemech, did u mean 3M290...looks like it might work with mods... Thanks if that's correct

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                    • #11
                      Re: Motor for overlane return

                      I pulled a center with these returns If intrested I have 8 of those motors.

                      Steve 201-259-6943

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