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 Posted: Sat Feb 10th, 2018 01:50 pm
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Nick Crowley
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1.  Looking for a cage for 9 GE NP25938.  Also trying to date fan.



2.  Looking for gear box for 10" GE AOU AF2.  Any words of advice on removing gear box from motor housing?Also trying to confirm date.  I think it is 1927 or 1928.


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 Posted: Sat Feb 10th, 2018 03:30 pm
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Steve Rockwell
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.....I'm guessing: Pertaining to #1. That you have a 1924 fan like the one pictured in this 1925 literature 
Pertaining to #2. Is this 12-inch, not 10-inch?




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 Posted: Sat Feb 10th, 2018 03:38 pm
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Form AF was 1927-29.  1927 if the cage badge has dots on it, 1928-29 if the badge is smooth. 

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 Posted: Sat Feb 10th, 2018 05:31 pm
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Jamie Williams
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Nick,

There are two examples of your 9" fan in the gallery.

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 Posted: Sat Feb 10th, 2018 05:40 pm
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Steve,
In fact it is a 12".  Had to go back and update my spread sheet.  Badge is embossed so is this 1927?
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 Posted: Sat Feb 10th, 2018 08:18 pm
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1928-29.  1927 and earlier GE fans had 'dots' all over the front of the cage badge.   By the way, to enjoy the better GE fans stick with 1924 (Form AD) or earlier since they are made of all cast iron, base and motor housing.  The "brass bell oscillators" are one of my favorites from 1920-24.   For a GE fan however my all time favorites are the 12" "pancakes".

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