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Hello folks, I'm looking for a 5hp 3450 rpm TEFC 220V single phase motor. Its for a my tablesaw, and it has a 184T frame. Hoping if you have one that your fairly local to me, which means Rochester/Buffalo NY area. My motors burned out and I don't think there is any repairing it.

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Hello folks, I'm looking for a 5hp 3450 rpm TEFC 220V single phase motor. Its for a my tablesaw, and it has a 184T frame. Hoping if you have one that your fairly local to me, which means Rochester/Buffalo NY area. My motors burned out and I don't think there is any repairing it.

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that large of a motor is repairable...
just what part of it do you think burned up???...
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A good motor shop can fix any motor, it's the value of the motor that makes it worth while. I would think that with a 5 hp model, you would be money ahead getting it repaired...
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A good motor shop can fix any motor, it's the value of the motor that makes it worth while. I would think that with a 5 hp model, you would be money ahead getting it repaired...
I agree, it is worth having them look at it,while you search for a new one.
In the meantime google your motor and see what is available. I got a 3hp for my dust collector for half the price of the local shop, who said mine was toast. and it was free shipping to boot. It was a Dayton.

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I brought it in to one shop and he showed me where the 2-3 of the stator winding wires had burned apart. I called 3 different repair shops and got quotes from $550 to $800. It's a cheap Tiawanese motor, I'm better off getting a quality used one than dumping money into this one. Its a "ERAMOTOR", ever heard of them? neither has anyone else, and their not to be found online.

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Here you go Jack, check out these: there is a Baldor for just over $315 +shipping, a Leeson for around $515 free shipping and various others at the bottom of the page. Baldor L1430T General Purpose AC Motor, Single Phase, 184T Frame, ODTF Enclosure, 5Hp Output, 1725rpm, 60Hz, 230V Voltage: Electronic Component Motors: Amazon.com: Industrial & Scientific

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Here you go Jack, check out these: there is a Baldor for just over $315 +shipping, a Leeson for around $515 free shipping and various others at the bottom of the page. Baldor L1430T General Purpose AC Motor, Single Phase, 184T Frame, ODTF Enclosure, 5Hp Output, 1725rpm, 60Hz, 230V Voltage: Electronic Component Motors: Amazon.com: Industrial & Scientific

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yur at half speed Herb...
You are right Stick, it switched links on me I guess when I went to call up the specs. I didn't notice that,

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Try this one: http://www.amazon.com/Frame-Volts-Le...tor+184T+frame

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I would go with the half speed motor and change out the pulley diameters to get the correct speed. Slower rpm motors tend to be more durable and Baldor is a good make.
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I would go with the half speed motor and change out the pulley diameters to get the correct speed. Slower rpm motors tend to be more durable and Baldor is a good make.
you speed a 5hp motor up to 5,000 RPM you will lose a lot of power/torque...

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