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 Posted: Tue May 30th, 2017 05:45 am
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Jeff Jones
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Anyone by chance have a 12 inch Parker blade and/or cage for an Emerson DC 79046?

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 Posted: Tue May 30th, 2017 04:37 pm
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Generally the DC Emerson fans used the same cage as the AC version but different struts.  

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 Posted: Tue May 30th, 2017 04:58 pm
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Jeff, Here's a pic of Bill Hoehn's 16" version of your fan. My guess is that yours should have similar characteristics. 

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 Posted: Tue May 30th, 2017 05:56 pm
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Steve Stephens wrote: Generally the DC Emerson fans used the same cage as the AC version but different struts.  




Usually that is the case Steve, but I don't think so on the newer ones like the 79 series. I have a bunch of these on the TEXAS & they are a whole different rear cage assembly. The rear cage half is real deep.




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 Posted: Tue May 30th, 2017 06:28 pm
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Maybe a special cage for your ship or maybe a new way of doing cages on the DC fans.  Thanks for the info Stan.   I know the struts on the somewhat earlier black Emersons were very different from the AC struts and am thinking that may have carried over to your ship fans in a way because the struts are part of the cage aren't they?

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 Posted: Tue May 30th, 2017 06:38 pm
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@Stan, do you have a set you can spare? Not sure if I was interpreting your response as having several meaning you have some available or that you just meant you had several of those fans in your collection.

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 Posted: Wed May 31st, 2017 12:24 am
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Sorry I do not Jeff, the ones I was referring to are on the battleship TEXAS.

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@Stan Ahh ok, cool. Could you take some pics some time?

Bumping the thread, anyone have a lead on these blades and/or cage? After seeing the pic of the 16 inch version am thinking they aren't Parker blades after all.

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Bump

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bump

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Jeff Jones
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Bump. Still looking for these

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You should be able to swap blades from a 79646 and place onto this hub

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Thx for the info Chris. Unfortunately I didn't see it until now and someone else got it. Dang it. I'm about ready to give up and sell this as a stub.

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Jeff Jones wrote: Thx for the info Chris. Unfortunately I didn't see it until now and someone else got it. Dang it. I'm about ready to give up and sell this as a stub.
Finding one would be a challenge though but dont give up.

If it were mine and I would take a 12‚ÄĚstamped hub and remove the spider from the hub. Have a center shaft machined and pressed into that spider from the stamped AC hub.

You might could just alter an 79646. Remove the wings from a 79646 and rivet or have new ones made up.


This is a very solveable situation. 

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Emerson DC fans have a deeper blade pitch and the guard is deeper. I have a 79048. They are also a 2 bearing motor so they use a set screw blade.

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The first set of pictures is a 79048. It has the wrong guard and blade. The hub is correct for a DC fan. The second set of pics are a 77048. you see how deep the guard is due to the brushes being it the front. You need a DC guard and blade. I'm looking for the proper guard and blade for mine. The 79s and 77 series have a much deeper blade than the AC model.









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Didn't know they made these with overlapping blades too...figured I was looking for the style in your first pics.

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 I still think a blade from an -apg fan would work. You may have to modify the cage. 

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I think that would work. The only problem may be the shaft size.

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 Posted: Sun Dec 23rd, 2018 07:38 pm
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It was the shaft size that made it not work. I bought a 12 inch apg from Chris Harding with intent to use the blade on this fan but the hub was too small. Ended up trading it back to him for something else.

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Ahhh, I see. 

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