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New mortor 21500k

Discussion in 'Fisher Engineering Discussion' started by samjr, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. samjr

    samjr Senior Member
    Messages: 481

    Does this look bad? I don't know. All i know when i took if off the plow the inside stayed on the plow lol i don't know if that right or not





  2. samjr

    samjr Senior Member
    Messages: 481

    some more

    Do i use the washers over or not ?




  3. kimber750

    kimber750 PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 4,681

    Commutator (spelling?) looks to be very worn. Also not sure what was wearing on the under side of the brushes. I would replace the motor but just my opinion.
  4. 06Sierra

    06Sierra PlowSite.com Addict
    from Maine
    Messages: 1,329

    Yes use the washers. Two on top. I thought there was one on bottom as well. I think one of the top ones is a felt washer? Someone with more know how than me could answer that better.
  5. samjr

    samjr Senior Member
    Messages: 481


    Only got to the third grade so i think i doing ok thanks :salute:
    I got the new motor but theirs a 3rd bolt do i take that out or just let it be ?
    And do i got grease on anything ? i know i got to put anti-seize on the bolts
  6. samjr

    samjr Senior Member
    Messages: 481

    heres a pic

    I am lost lol thanks for all the info guys

  7. Tony350

    Tony350 Senior Member
    Messages: 546

    The third bolt stays on. Just take the two bolts out that are across from each other. Be careful when you are putting the new motor on. When you go to put it on the valve body keep your fingers under it as long as you can. Otherwise the armature will fall out and you will have to take the cap off to get the brushes pushed back to get the armature aligned again.