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WTB 1½ - 2 hp motor

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by joe marra, Apr 12, 2020.

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  1. joe marra

    joe marra

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    Single phase, 60 Hz, 115/230 volts, 4 pole (1750 RPM), 56 frame, 1½ - 2 HP

    Live in Scranton, PA
     
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  2. Rick Crawford

    Rick Crawford

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    See if there is an electric motor repair shop in the area...sometimes they have rebuilt units for sale.
     
  3. Mike Johnson

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    Grainger sells discontinued models at a discount on occasion, they list them on their website, Craigslist may be an option for a locally sourced deal in your area, eBay has lots of listings on motors that size. WWW.SURPLUSCENTER.COM is another source for discount electric motors.
     
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  4. Bill Boehme

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    How about motor type: ODP, TEFC, TENV, etc? Temperature rating? Duty cycle? Does it need to be dual voltage? You won't find a real 2 HP motor that runs on 115 vac. I've had good luck buying motors on the industrial section of eBay.
     
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