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 Posted: Mon Jan 13th, 2020 04:22 pm
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Charles Tedrick
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$200 + shipping 

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 Posted: Mon Jan 13th, 2020 04:23 pm
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Charles Tedrick
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The fan is cosmetically very nice and low mileage. Good strong runner with excellent bearings 

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 Posted: Mon Jan 13th, 2020 04:24 pm
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 Posted: Thu Jan 16th, 2020 01:53 am
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starting to see more and more Different style numbers for these.

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 Posted: Thu Jan 16th, 2020 02:31 am
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Scott Marley wrote: starting to see more and more Different style numbers for these.
1923






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 Posted: Thu Jan 16th, 2020 02:43 am
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Did the 1917 introduction of the Westinghouse Whirlwind replace the 8" all brass?  I bet it did.

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Yours has the 3 struts with the square back ring. Difficult to find the struts and cage been looking for a couple of years.

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 Posted: Thu Jan 16th, 2020 06:33 pm
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Russ Huber wrote: Did the 1917 introduction of the Westinghouse Whirlwind replace the 8" all brass?  I bet it did.


I would guess it replaced the B/B stamped steel model which replaced the all brass...

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Michael Rathberger wrote: Russ Huber wrote: Did the 1917 introduction of the Westinghouse Whirlwind replace the 8" all brass?  I bet it did.


I would guess it replaced the B/B stamped steel model which replaced the all brass...


Nope. Go to the forum for the ….low-down.  :D

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 Posted: Fri Jan 17th, 2020 11:57 am
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Karolyn Badon wrote: Yours has the 3 struts with the square back ring. Difficult to find the struts and cage been looking for a couple of years.Well... this one is actually for sale  :DIf you just need the cage and struts that might take a while. 
I need an oscillator and linkage assembly for a Gilbert aristocrat myself. I'm pretty sure that I'm going to have to buy a whole fan just to get those parts

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 Posted: Tue Jan 21st, 2020 02:16 am
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Price is now $175 

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