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Old 03-14-2005, 03:16 PM   #1
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Anybody know where I can find a 12 volt DC motor for my lathe? I'd like to be able to hook it straight to the power supply. I know a few companies sell 55 turn motors for this purpose but I can't seem to track any down.

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Integy has one.
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Might check with Horizon, I bought one years ago under their "DLR" catagory. I still use it. Runs like a champ. $15 maybe.
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You can have a mod arm wound as an 80x1, set the timing to 0 and it's the perfect RPM. Banzai sells them
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u noe integy had em for 3 days and there sold out

im pretty sure the reason is cause us rock crawler guys keep buying so many

and John Fontaine is there a link to those 80t motors?
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I have an Integy 55t and it needs a mod can so you can retard the timing so then it will work with 12VDC. Out of the box, 12VDC is way too much. Arcing out the endbell is a hint.
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Save yourself time and money.
Buy a used Integy motor dyno that you can control the voltage on any motor (so you can use it to run your lathe) and then you have motor and a dyno. I saw one go in the Sale and Trade for like $35.00
It beats trying to buy another motor.
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