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Old 04-27-2019, 09:40 AM   #15
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Coupling

The motor shaft is 3/4, the gear shaft is 5/8. Makes it a bit more complex to couple them. Any slop would accelerate wear on the coupling.
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The motor shaft is 3/4, the gear shaft is 5/8. Makes it a bit more complex to couple them. Any slop would accelerate wear on the coupling.
Yeah couldn't see that in the picture , it does complicate the handyman
fix .
Still there might be a way to rig something until you can find the correct
part .
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The motor shaft is 3/4, the gear shaft is 5/8. Makes it a bit more complex to couple them. Any slop would accelerate wear on the coupling.

I`ll be in Gold Canyon about Noon (4/27) If you like I can drop by & see if we can come up with a solution -- My phone # 480-540-7377 -- Bill Willard
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The motor shaft is 3/4, the gear shaft is 5/8. Makes it a bit more complex to couple them. Any slop would accelerate wear on the coupling.

Can you have a local shop weld 2 couples or pipes together, a 3/4 and a 5/8 and cut them off to length? A wire welder should be in every tool box.
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