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Smart Drives

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Joined: 06/07/2009
Location: Australia
Posts: 115
Posted: 08:32am 20 Aug 2009
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since i have started collecting the new 60dc motors
i dont need very many of the older 60S (42 pole) motors.
So i have 10 to give away to good homes, The rotor is included. SHAFT included.

freight would be approx $10 - $15

Bearing housing extra $15 (labour required to remove it
from washer) please note: original bearings


If your interested email me at smartdrivesaustralia@gmail.com

Thanks.
Cameron.

Edited by Smart Drives 2009-08-26
All smart drive parts sold
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Multicam flatbed CNC Router
 
mickyv42

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Joined: 31/08/2009
Location: Australia
Posts: 1
Posted: 09:56am 31 Aug 2009
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Got mine today, safe and sound.

Thanks Cameron!
 
foggylovers
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Joined: 01/09/2009
Location: Australia
Posts: 2
Posted: 11:31pm 10 Sep 2009
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Two motors as promised, both in very good nic. The first step toward a twin hydro unit, many questions to follow.

Good work Cameron,

Regards,
Tim.
 
AMACK

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Joined: 31/05/2009
Location: Australia
Posts: 184
Posted: 02:14am 23 Sep 2009
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Tim

Have you got a disign for the hydro set up yet?

*Note to self

1. Make it thick

2.Make it heavy.

3.Make it stronger than it should be.

4. Don't rush the first job as the second job will cost more and take mor
 
foggylovers
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Joined: 01/09/2009
Location: Australia
Posts: 2
Posted: 07:45am 29 Sep 2009
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Amack,

Did a quick site survey last week using the phone GPS which suggested a potential head of 60m. However I recon this is rubbish. Google earth suggests about 15m. So I think the next step is a proper site survey. Then I can decide on a high head low flow or visa versa type of rotor. Going to the property in 2 weeks so will report then.
 
AMACK

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Joined: 31/05/2009
Location: Australia
Posts: 184
Posted: 08:10am 29 Sep 2009
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Look forward to the out come..

Amack
*Note to self

1. Make it thick

2.Make it heavy.

3.Make it stronger than it should be.

4. Don't rush the first job as the second job will cost more and take mor
 
leftcliq
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Joined: 21/07/2012
Location: Australia
Posts: 51
Posted: 12:26pm 01 Dec 2014
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Hello,

Do you have any 60s 36 pole type 4 cogless stators that you wish to sell? I'm in desperate need for one right now.

Regards,
Dale.
 
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