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Old 02-12-2013, 02:58 AM   #1
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I have a like-new 230volt 3/4hp motor. The motor is 1075 rpms and comes with a belly band clamp that could be used to mount for your grain mill. The motor specs are in the photo. If you have any questions please let me know I will answer quickly. Price is $60 shipped via USPS flat rate.

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Just got another one of these. Brand new.



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I have two now, also pulleys.

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Does it include a cord and plug for 115v?

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Or should I say can it be used with 115v?

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Or should I say can it be used with 115v?
No.
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This is an air conditioning blower motor designed for moving air. Without a large amount of air moving across the motor, it will quickly overheat. The sleeve bearings are not designed for belt and pulley.

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This is an air conditioning blower motor designed for moving air. Without a large amount of air moving across the motor, it will quickly overheat. The sleeve bearings are not designed for belt and pulley.
Im not going to argue with you. These motors work perfectly fine for this use. How long do you think a grain mill runs for?


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