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    I left the rotor bearings on the rotor, and...

    I left the rotor bearings on the rotor, and supported the bearing in a steady. Bored, threaded a hole in the end of the shaft, then inserted a piece to extend the shaft. After turning to size I cut...
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    Yes, 4 bolts and a deadblow hammer. About the...

    Yes, 4 bolts and a deadblow hammer. About the easiest thing to do on the project. Hard to believe its been 9 years since I did that, The Monarch looks the same, I do not.
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    The plate is 6061, 1 inch thick, the plate is...

    The plate is 6061, 1 inch thick, the plate is bored .200 to pilot onto the face of the motor. The GE motor shaft lenght is 2.75, as is the Marathon I'm using, but the spacer shortens the shaft...
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    Yes, the major dia of the splines is about .95 so...

    Yes, the major dia of the splines is about .95 so its not a big step to 1.125, then run the broach through and its done. I checked our old parts inventory and found a Kawasaki crankcase seal that fit...
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    The parts from the WIAD are slowly moving out the...

    The parts from the WIAD are slowly moving out the door. Its pleasing to help other keep their machines working.
    The installation of a 5hp AC and VFD is moving along. I had read several of the posts...
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