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Old 09-29-2016, 09:32 AM   #29
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This is like the part we need, unfortunately the teeth on the last few inches of metal semi-circle gear have been chewed up pretty bad. Buying a motor alone is no problem, but the "table" comes complete. Like the DW posted earlier, we can make it home and have one of "our guys" fix it under the extended warranty.

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This is from the Lippert Retail catalog, I assume that explains the difference in price.

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