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 Posted: Fri Mar 13th, 2020 05:24 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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Just Today. $800 shipped in a custom wood crate to lower 48 with $1000 insuranceNeeds a bearing, The Oil Slinger is dented but works - and a set screw, ($10 from Darryl Hudson) blade is stuck on the rotor - does run when
help upside down, LOL. Includes a nice NOS cord set with Benjamin Attachment Plug
The cage has been professionally repaired/ re-pinned. I will repair the switch if I can.
The jumpers were cut, but I fixed the exact same issue with my 1900 Fan.
Please don't ask for a guarantee running 119 year old old fan at this price.



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 Posted: Fri Mar 13th, 2020 05:25 pm
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Fan on the left (holes in base) = 1901

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Steven, the top and bottom cage struts on your 1901 have been switched in position.

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 Posted: Fri Mar 13th, 2020 09:11 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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That was a B4 shot years ago, all been fixed
Showing as I got it, will be so much nicer

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Post Card ShotTable not included!




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 Posted: Tue Mar 24th, 2020 06:16 pm
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This fan is still for sale (1901 GE Pancake per below)

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still for sale. $800 plus shipping

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Steven, the top strut should be where the bottom strut is and visa versa.

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Steve please fix that strut!

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 Posted: Fri Apr 17th, 2020 02:28 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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LOL, That is an old photo, I'll get some fresh ones up

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pm sent ...a couple of times

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It's 1 am & I just got the blade free of the rotor!! Man. Now I am waiting for my buddy with his electric skills. Plus I have no soldering stuff. If I can't get the switch working I'm not sure where that leaves this fan, I am doing a thorough cleaning with Acetone & wax to preserve original finish, then I must construct a crate.

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How did you do it, Steven!!!

Did you use a shovel, a blowtorch, a jackhammer, the Russian mafia...???

Steven P Dempsey wrote: It's 1 am & I just got the blade free of the rotor!! Man. Now I am waiting ...

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I big pair of vicegrips, a hammer, etc -the oil catcher was already ruined

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