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Post# 4707   11/27/2006 at 04:25 (4,341 days old) by sudsman ()        

nothing Fancy




Post# 4708 , Reply# 1   11/27/2006 at 04:27 (4,341 days old) by sudsman ()        
kirby & kirby

a kool cat and a real one his name is Kirby too.

Post# 4709 , Reply# 2   11/27/2006 at 04:28 (4,341 days old) by sudsman ()        
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Post# 4710 , Reply# 3   11/27/2006 at 04:29 (4,341 days old) by sudsman ()        
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Post# 4711 , Reply# 4   11/27/2006 at 04:30 (4,341 days old) by sudsman ()        
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Post# 4712 , Reply# 5   11/27/2006 at 06:40 (4,341 days old) by myvacsrock (Dayton, OH)        

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love the 1400 series eureka!!

VERY nice!


Post# 4719 , Reply# 6   11/27/2006 at 07:13 (4,341 days old) by electrolux-dude (Canyon, TX)        
Electrolux CB

Hi, Lee--I like that Lux CB, I've got about 4 or 5 of those dudes! If you should ever need help or tips working on those let me know and I'll e-mail you instructions on how to work on those. They are really powerful machines!


Post# 4725 , Reply# 7   11/27/2006 at 13:32 (4,341 days old) by charles~richard ()        
Lux CB

Doesn't the CB have the same motor as the 1205? I always assumed they were not all that powerful because of the motor size, and because of the large cloth bag and longer hose.

Post# 4763 , Reply# 8   11/27/2006 at 18:23 (4,341 days old) by electrolux-dude (Canyon, TX)        
Lux CB

Hi, Charles-The Early CB's have a 1205 motor. Most of the ones that I have, all have Super-J style motors in them, they have the same armature and brushes that Super-J's have, the ones with the bigger motors really have lots of power! I have about 4 or 5 of the 1205 colored top CB's, and they all have the Super-J motor in them, I also have a CB 2000, the Grey Plastic one, it has a Silverado-Style motor in it.

Post# 363335 , Reply# 9   12/9/2016 at 00:37 (676 days old) by Paul (MN)        

If the teal model CBs had a "Super J" motor that means that the Super J was not the first to use it--is that correct? Or does it mean that the teal CBs continued being made through much of the Super J run? The 1973 1205 and 1976 Super J instruction manuals have the same CB photo which appears to be the original, shorter motor housing instead of the later taller motor housing.

Someone posted a photo of a gold CB with a white exhaust cover, so I know the teal color was discontinued at some point during the Super J era; but I've always taken for granted that it was at least in 1976.






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