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 Posted: Sat Aug 10th, 2019 02:26 pm
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Russ Huber
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I have an early 12" model missing 3 stator bolts.  These early Westinghouse stamp steel stator bolts are smaller in diameter and have 6-32 threading unlike the later models. If you have 3 of these bolts you can part with, please PM me.

I also need 5 of the stamp steel deeper guard depth brass guard "S" wires. I would be willing to trade 6 Westinghouse tank guard "S" wires for 5 of your stamp steel guard wires of correct length. 

The Westinghouse stamp steel BRASS guards had 2 different length "S" wires(distance between the brass rear square stock ring to the top of the wire relating to guard depth).

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 Posted: Sat Aug 10th, 2019 03:15 pm
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might have the Westinghouse bolts you need





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 Posted: Sat Aug 10th, 2019 04:11 pm
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Russ Huber
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I am still seeking these parts.

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 Posted: Sat Aug 10th, 2019 05:39 pm
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Russ Huber wrote: I also need 5 of the stamp steel deeper guard depth brass guard "S" wires. I would be willing to trade 6 Westinghouse tank guard "S" wires for 5 of your stamp steel guard wires of correct length. 

The Westinghouse stamp steel BRASS guards had 2 different length "S" wires(distance between the brass rear square stock ring to the top of the wire relating to guard depth).
Here are common (left) and the very earliest 1912 stamped steel 12" cages.   2.5" depth vs about 2" depth on the early cages.   Tank cages are even deeper at 2-13/32".   For the early cage if you need an S-wire you should be able to shorten the straight part that goes to the back ring.


The early stamped steel fans also have a narrow switch handle 3/8" vs the later common handle of 9/16" but probably not made for many months.   The early fans may all have the gunmetal finish like the fan on the left which is one I bought back around 1970 but sold many years ago.






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Russ Huber
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Thanks, Steveo. I was looking for those guard images you posted in past, and here you are.  :D


I could use 1 of those earlier short guard "S" wires as well. 

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Russ Huber wrote: I could use 1 of those earlier short guard "S" wires as well. 
 ANY Westy S-wire should work and you can shorten to fit the narrow cage.   You are in luck because there should be quite a few cages with snapped off S-Wires and they can be used.

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Steve Stephens wrote: Russ Huber wrote: I could use 1 of those earlier short guard "S" wires as well. 
 ANY Westy S-wire should work and you can shorten to fit the narrow cage.

All I have left are TANK length "S" wires. I would prefer to trade them with someone for the correct stamped steel 12" model "S" wires I need. In short, it would be a shame to cut them down. 

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 Posted: Mon Aug 12th, 2019 05:10 pm
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Thank you to Chad Baker!

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If anyone can spare one of each of these deep and shallow Westy stamp steel brass guard "S" wires please PM me. Thank you. 

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 Posted: Sat Sep 7th, 2019 01:00 am
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A very special thanks to TJ Downey for helping me out with some fine looking reproduction Westy guard wires. 

https://www.afcaforum.com/view_topic.php?id=41321&forum_id=1&highlight=westinghouse+cage+wires+downey

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