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 Posted: Sun Nov 1st, 2020 02:00 am
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Alex Rushing

Joined: Thu Dec 14th, 2006
Location: Montgomery, Alabama USA
Kevin Williams wrote: OK, I took one of the four coils, cut it in half than counted the turns.

Each coil has 310 turns of wire, and each coil weighs 1.585 OZ.

So I guess I need a half pound spool of wire.

Does anybody know what guage I need?

I watched this video

and the motor size/wattage, and type is like the motor in my westy. He uses 26 guage wire.

Here is a spool of wire

What do ya'll think?

Give it a go! Just make sure your new winding matches the ohms of the good coils!
I swapped one of four coils in a 6250 motor and it runs like a dream!