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Is this the correct replacement motor

Discussion in 'Western Plows Discussion' started by dneiding, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. dneiding

    dneiding Member
    Messages: 36

    I have a cable operated Western plow and I need to replace the motor. I have found a few on eBay but they look slightly different. Not knowing how universal these parts are I am not sure if this is what I need. Here are two pictures of mine along with the one from eBay. Is this the correct replacement?

    Thanks!!

    Here is the one from ebay:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/New-...ptZMotorsQ5fCarQ5fTruckQ5fPartsQ5fAccessories

    Here is my bad motor:

    IMAG0117.jpg

    IMAG0116.jpg
     
  2. Plowfixguys

    Plowfixguys Senior Member
    Messages: 222

    That will work
     
  3. linckeil

    linckeil PlowSite.com Addict
    from CT
    Messages: 1,265

    depends on the pump you have. pumps and motors are compatable in the same housing, but if you have the old style pump with a new style motor (or vis versa) it won't work. the picture you posted is the the new style motor - so buy a replacement new style. heres a pic of the old style so you can see the differences.

    western old style.jpg
     
  4. mishnick

    mishnick 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,243

    The correct part number for your plow is 56133
    Have a look at this link to the parts poster item #17 http://library.westernplows.com/westernplows/pdf/64681.06_091509_for_Web.pdf

    This picture shows that you should have a "female" drive on the motor and the "male" on the pump. That means that your motor should NOT have a shaft sticking out. Your photo shows the correct gender but the casting that sticks out by the output looks odd and the casting on the side of the motor over the pole shoes is unusual too. Most of these Isarmatic motors are smooth on the outside of the motor. I would try to set it on and see if it sit down all the way, be carefull to line up the slot on the drive. If it doesn't go down all the way don't try to force it or it will break.
     
  5. Plowfixguys

    Plowfixguys Senior Member
    Messages: 222

    I took it as the motor in the bottom pic is his old motor, if thats the case the motor he is showing on Ebay wull work.
     
  6. dneiding

    dneiding Member
    Messages: 36

    Correct, the one pictured above is my old motor.

    Thanks for the input guys!