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 Posted: Tue Jul 10th, 2018 10:15 pm
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Alec Burns
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It seems as though no one is interested in paying for the shipping of a 45lb, bulky desk fan, so I'm offering parts off of the fan to help on shipping prices and hopefully to help complete other restorations. The fan is currently in enough disrepair that I am okay with parting it out. I only have to get some pieces spoken for before I start disassembly. Prices are better than those currently on the market, and paint is in very good shape. Prices do not include postage. Send me a PM with any questions and with what you want. Cheers!

Brass Drop Ring Cage - $175.00 SOLD
Blades (Dings and dents) - $80.00
3x struts (1 is bent) - $40.00 each/$25.00 for the bent one/$95.00 for all three
Rotor - $65.00
Motor Housing - $85.00
Stator (working) - $100.00
Stator Bolts (x4) - $5.00 ea.
Brass Oiler (x1) - $25.00
Tabfoot Base w/ Motor Tag - $150.00
Speed Coil w/ switchplate parts - $145.00
Fiber Switch Cover - 10.00
Motor Nuts (x8) - $8.00 ea./All for $55.00
Base Thumb Screw - $10.00
Oscillation Mechanism (Gears are clean, adjuster arm is broken) - $85.00 SOLD
Broken pot Metal neck - Free to a good home.











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 Posted: Tue Jul 10th, 2018 11:13 pm
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Lucas Beshara
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I’ll take the pot metal neck if others start needing the parts. I’ve been wanting to make one. But I think they are pressed onto the motor housing stem. If you can get it off I’ll take it:up:

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Jim Humphrey
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Alec, I'll take the oscillation mechanism.  Just let me know how you want to be paid and the total with shipping.  Thanks.  Jim

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 Posted: Tue Jul 10th, 2018 11:16 pm
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Alec Burns
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Lucas Beshara wrote: I’ll take the pot metal neck if others start needing the parts. I’ve been wanting to make one. But I think they are pressed onto the motor housing stem. If you can get it off I’ll take it:up:


If I get enough pieces claimed you are first in line, and I'll see if I can get it off.

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I made a fair offer on eBay for the fan considering the shape it's in and the amount of work it needs but was rejected. It's a bit of a shame to see a complete fan parted out, but it's yours to do what you want with. Hopefully others get some use out of it, and it'll net more in parts then the whole fan would anyway. I'm NOT criticizing your decision, the fan is yours do what you want.


 


Lucas, they are not pressed onto the motor housing stem. As I recall, the stem has a recess to have a "hold screw" hold the motor on the neck with a ball bearing the stem rides on in the bottom. My Dad is/was a machinist, he made me one on his 1940's 6" lathe one time, it was a work of art, you should do well with it. The neck I took off my fan had a seperate piece to hold the oscillator arm which screwed into the neck, he duplicated the way it went together perfect, you might try this modification when you make the neck, the parts may be easier to make individually.

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 Posted: Wed Jul 11th, 2018 03:35 pm
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Alec Burns
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Michael Rathberger wrote:

I made a fair offer on eBay for the fan considering the shape it's in and the amount of work it needs but was rejected. It's a bit of a shame to see a complete fan parted out, but it's yours to do what you want with. Hopefully others get some use out of it, and it'll net more in parts then the whole fan would anyway. I'm NOT criticizing your decision, the fan is yours do what you want.

 

Lucas, they are not pressed onto the motor housing stem. As I recall, the stem has a recess to have a "hold screw" hold the motor on the neck with a ball bearing the stem rides on in the bottom. My Dad is/was a machinist, he made me one on his 1940's 6" lathe one time, it was a work of art, you should do well with it. The neck I took off my fan had a seperate piece to hold the oscillator arm which screwed into the neck, he duplicated the way it went together perfect, you might try this modification when you make the neck, the parts may be easier to make individually.


Your offer wasn't going to pay the bills, and On eBay I would've had a net loss selling to you what you wished to pay. Thanks for your comments but they were not needed. I don't like parting out this fan, but no one was willing to pony up for an uncommon fan at a decent price. I either sell these parts or I drop out of college.

For anyone who is curious I am still offering the whole fan for sale before I start selling off parts. I only need to get a couple more parts claimed, however, to begin dissassembly.

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 Posted: Fri Jul 13th, 2018 05:40 am
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15% OFF the item of your choice for the first person who wants to buy the third part

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