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Gearmotor specs for chute rotator

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Willy
I used a window motor from a 99 Chevy. I got some info from Blt then went to installing. Here's what I ended up with.It works slicker than snot on a door knob.
[img]/club2/attach/Willy/DCP01789.JPG[/img] The older cars had a larger gear you need a 7/8s socket on the gear the newer cars has a smaller gear I used a 19 MM socket on it the shaft is an old tire iron cut off and squared off to fit the socket the other end gets ground down to fit the nylon bearing on the blower. after grinding it down I put it in my drill press and polished it up some with crocus cloth.

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I also built a heater to keep the carb from icing up I made it big enough to cover the governor linkage. [img]/club2/attach/Willy/DCP01792.JPG[/img]

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locknut
Nice setup,thanks for the reply with pics.That's a nice idea on the carb heater.I have the shroud but not the factory muffler.It's like yours.Not sure if it will fit on there or not. I ordered a gearmotor off ebay tonite.It has a double shaft output so I'm thinking a pulley on each side to wind the cable on. http://www.ebay.com/itm/6-RPM-12-VOLT-DC-HIGH-TORQUE-INLINE-GEARMOTOR-5-1748-/270685929761?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f06238121

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