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    37/6=6.1666 Primary reduction 34/11=3.0909...

    37/6=6.1666 Primary reduction
    34/11=3.0909 secondary reduction

    6.1666x3.0909=19.06 total reduction

    1200spm times 19.06= 22,872rpm. 23,000 rpm motor.
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    Update: good news, bad news. I had a few...

    Update: good news, bad news.

    I had a few hours, so I went out today and made a set of brush caps (the 26tpi worked as good as the factory ones, thanks for that tip). Put it all together, plugged...
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    Yes, RC99, THAT is the one I have, exactly!...

    Yes, RC99, THAT is the one I have, exactly! Thanks.
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    Will do, Richard. Mine has the plastic blue...

    Will do, Richard. Mine has the plastic blue motor. I am assuming Bosch?
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    Quick update. I got the brush plugs out. Just as...

    Quick update. I got the brush plugs out. Just as I feared, I had to totally destroy them to remove them. Damaged one brush and a holder, as well, but not beyond repair.

    The armature pulled right...
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    I hit him after the holiday rush. Thanks Richard.

    I hit him after the holiday rush. Thanks Richard.
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    I was just making sure I wasn't missing something...

    I was just making sure I wasn't missing something holding the armature in place that I might break and ruin the works. Still haven't got the brush caps out. I am pretty well resigned that they will...
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    Thanks, Tom. That is exactly what I was making...

    Thanks, Tom. That is exactly what I was making sure of... that the armature pulls out without having any other securing methods. I still have to get the brush plugs out before I can pull it, though....
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    Thanks PDW, exactly what I needed to know. Better...

    Thanks PDW, exactly what I needed to know. Better to know I can grab the shaft with pliers and pull it out than to try it and tear something up. Sending message.
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    Anybody taken apart a Biax flaker?

    Hey guys, I was GIVEN a Biax 8E flaker in pretty rough condition (box badly rusted), but with all blades and in almost working order. I say almost because it's all there, but the motor wouldn't run....
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