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Post# 91133   2/9/2010 at 17:25 (3,534 days old) by kirbykid63 (Wilmington Delaware)        

Well I took apart the Lux AF today only to find a deep groove carved into the commutator this was caused by misaligned brushes.Well that's how it goes sometimes, I will most likely run into more of these motors so I decided to store the body and restore this treasure at a later date.




Post# 91138 , Reply# 1   2/9/2010 at 18:58 (3,534 days old) by kirbykid63 (Wilmington Delaware)        
EUREKA !!!!!!!!

OK I think I have a solution If I use A 1205 bearing plate and Armature and spacer this will fit the AF motor.All I have to do is get longer studs with washers to hold the bearing plate down to the motor frame. I have used 1205 armatures before in the model G's and they work just fine.

Post# 91141 , Reply# 2   2/9/2010 at 20:25 (3,534 days old) by rainbowkid107 ()        

or maybe Eureka should've been put as eurekalux...get it!!!!

Josh





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