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antonio64

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moore ricambio.png  A greeting where can I find an engine of this type thank you

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You should look for some identifying information. A part number, Model Number, whatever.
Doubt anyone will recognize a random electric motor without that.


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antonio64, That looks like a window regulator motor from an older FORD!

https://www.ebay.com/i/151458021740?chn=ps

You will have to remove the motor find out! You could not be that lucky for those to work!



If it does turn out to be a FORD motor with gear plugs, that guy just showed you how NOT to fix it! But you should get the general idea!

His looked to be from the 90s, but back in the early 80s, it looks like yours ( big round motor) but same thing, we used to wood tree limbs whittled down to size to replace those gear plugs!

It could also be the headlight cover motor on a 1989 LESABRE!  I did not have the right wood available and after I had used JB WELD on it, I found the HELP BRAND I listed above!
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Isn't that an Ajak 180 H-H mount?
So 36VDC, correct??


antonio64

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Motor for KTI H 180 proform
Captain_Kurtz

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36VDC is still the standard for C-band motors, correct?
antonio64

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exact 36 V is the standart of all engines, piston than H-H are they still of this model?
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