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    AND...here is another one, even cheaper!:) ...

    AND...here is another one, even cheaper!:)

    Stuart

    Marathon Electric - DVA 56T17F2036B P - 1/2 HP - 208/430-260 Volt - 3 PH Motor | eBay
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    Have you seen this item on Ebay...it's priced...

    Have you seen this item on Ebay...it's priced very reasonable, and other than being TENV, which shouldn't matter in normal operation, it fits your bill perfectly.

    Stuart.

    Marathon Micro Max...
  3. You could always do it one handed...standing on a...

    You could always do it one handed...standing on a dry piece of plywood, or so I've heard, but I would think a licensed electrician and permits would be more safe.:)

    Stuart
  4. Amazing! Congratulations on an incredible...

    Amazing! Congratulations on an incredible project.

    Stuart
  5. To the OP..why exactly are you forced to work on...

    To the OP..why exactly are you forced to work on a live circuit?

    Stuart
  6. This goes against PM policy...always ask here...

    This goes against PM policy...always ask here first, anything from rectal surgery to nuclear fission, nothing is off limits, and the answers are always more correct than going directly to the horses...
  7. 240 volts..assume 3 phase, and you're wanting...

    240 volts..assume 3 phase, and you're wanting linesman gloves..sheesh, check your man card dude!:rolleyes5:

    Stuart
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    I'm sure Cal has quoted, finished and delivered...

    I'm sure Cal has quoted, finished and delivered this job, so the horse is dead and the barn door is locked...but, from a very unscientific perspective, I'll throw in my 2 cents, again.

    This...
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    That's not their purpose, their purpose is to...

    That's not their purpose, their purpose is to fill and stabilize the hole in the ring gear and transmit shear force through the threaded fastener, not let it wobble and cant and twist over. Can you...
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    All the high performance ring gear bolts on the...

    All the high performance ring gear bolts on the ARP site have shoulders.

    The Official ARP Web Site | Ring Gear Bolts

    Stuart
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    After all of the "that won't work, that's too...

    After all of the "that won't work, that's too hard, there isn't enough room, etc" the simple solution has reared its ugly head..buy a new carrier. I hope you're getting paid for all your R&D on this...
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    I reread the entire thread and scrutinized the...

    I reread the entire thread and scrutinized the pictures. IMHO..the original design is pure crapola and was bound for failure. However you repair it, without some dowel or key to stabilize the...
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    I'm surely not 'learned' enough to give you a...

    I'm surely not 'learned' enough to give you a technical answer to your question, I just know that looking at every conceivable fastening arrangement over my last 75 years tells me that a shouldered...
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    That design looks like something out of...

    That design looks like something out of Bangladesh. No one in their right mind would put a fully threaded fastener in that application, and that's why it failed.
    3/8", in any flavor is the next...
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    I don't quite understand where you would need to...

    I don't quite understand where you would need to join these shiny chrome pipes that there wasn't an elbow or a tee or a whatever that would give you a spot to grab and tighten. Don't all plumbing...
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    The picture shows fully threaded fasteners...no...

    The picture shows fully threaded fasteners...no shoulders on the bolts and no flange heads. That certainly seems like a poor way to bolt a ring gear to a carrier...no wonder they worked loosed and...
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    I'll start by saying that I'm not a motor repair...

    I'll start by saying that I'm not a motor repair person by trade, but my first thought is doesn't have anything to do with your rust removal of the rotor. The rotor to field clearance is small, but...
  18. Thread: OT retirement

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    Good luck Dave...don't waste a single day, do...

    Good luck Dave...don't waste a single day, do what you want and don't regret doing nothing, if that's what the day calls for.

    Stuart
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    Doesn't the smooth, chrome steel pipe attach to...

    Doesn't the smooth, chrome steel pipe attach to some fitting with flats...like a shower head? It can't just be a smooth chrome pipe attached to nothing!!

    Stuart
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    I would say the only proper way to repair this...

    I would say the only proper way to repair this 'snookered' situation properly would be to remove the carrier and drill and tap it all for .375 fasteners in whatever flavor you desire. Loctite and JB...
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    I could be showing my age, but anything from...

    I could be showing my age, but anything from Taiwan was always on par with Japanese stuff..very precise and accurate...meaning, Taiwan is not to be confused with China and some of the funky junk they...
  22. Thanks for posting that. It's a very long video...

    Thanks for posting that. It's a very long video and I didn't watch until the end but interesting, none the less. My wife's uncle worked at Mare Island for many years as a 'lofter'. I have a 3" thick...
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    Seems to me if you really need them and a...

    Seems to me if you really need them and a customer is paying the bill then the ones offered by McMaster would certainly get the job done. Items made in Taiwan are well made, on spec and akin the...
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    I think this may indicate that the 'hat size' has...

    I think this may indicate that the 'hat size' has something to do with some of the employment problems. I don't think I have ever tooted my own horn so loud on a public forum...but I'm just a simple...
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    Not to be a jerk, but is this something you...

    Not to be a jerk, but is this something you cannot make yourself..provided you can't find one from the manufacturer?

    Stuart
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