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 Posted: Wed Jun 19th, 2019 11:57 pm
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Ryan Blazei
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Does anyone have any of these that I could buy, or the means to make some? They are 24 slot and for the 77648 motor.. thank you

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 Posted: Fri Jun 21st, 2019 10:02 pm
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Tom Newcity
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These are hard to save when the core is burned out.  The stator works just fine without those end pieces.  Do you have a particular reason for wanting to use them?

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 Posted: Sat Jun 22nd, 2019 02:48 am
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Ryan Blazei
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Hi Tom , I believed I needed them for spacing the stator in the housing. I am continuing my rewind without them, and might try cutting them up so they just go on the parts that bolt down. 

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 Posted: Sat Jun 22nd, 2019 02:19 pm
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They are not totally necessary, but I do use spacers on my rewound stators.  I use the spacers on both sides.  1st is it moves the stator forward and close to the original position which gives me more room for shimming to electrical center between the rotor and stator.  2nd is that it puts the core closer to the edge of the housing and makes for a better fit when installing the nut and washer on the stud. 

My spacers are 1/4" ID X 1/2" OD X .031" thick fiber washers.  Not quite as thick as the original.  They are trimmed and super glued over the stud hole.  After curing, a filing gets them flush with the edge. 

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 Posted: Sun Jun 23rd, 2019 10:02 pm
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Ryan Blazei
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Hi Tom, I will try this. I have the same washers from McMaster. Thank you for your advice!

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 Posted: Mon Jul 15th, 2019 05:33 am
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Chris Benbow
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If you soak the stator in lacquer thinner rather than burn them you can save the insulators easily.

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 Posted: Mon Jul 15th, 2019 05:34 am
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Chris Benbow
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Makes for a much cleaner rewind.

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 Posted: Mon Jul 15th, 2019 09:33 am
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Chris Benbow wrote: If you soak the stator in lacquer thinner rather than burn them you can save the insulators easily.


Yep that's what I do.




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 Posted: Mon Jul 15th, 2019 06:21 pm
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Ryan Blazei
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I don’t know why, but mine were already cracked. I will try this though on any future rewind.

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