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 Posted: Wed Aug 10th, 2016 04:40 pm
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Kim Frank



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1897 12 inch trunnion  The switch is in the back of the motor. With that exception, the 96 and 97 are pretty much the same. Struts are soldered to the cage. The six wing blade is held to the shaft by a set screw, with the shaft having a threaded stud on which a thumb wheel and acorn nut are additional means to secure the blade to the hub. Acorn nuts are not slotted. Motor tag is oval (also referred to as a "football tag" by collectors. Info says Type UI Form E3   S/N 16497  104v 60 cycles.

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Last edited on Wed Aug 10th, 2016 08:28 pm by Kim Frank