<VV> OT: Thru Bolts from Corvair Generator or Similiar
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Wed Feb 26 10:59:17 EST 2014
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> Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2014 08:31:17 -0600
> From: John Beck <jb30343 at windstream.net>
> Subject: <VV> OT: Thru Bolts from Corvair Generator or similar
> To: virtualvairs at corvair.org
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> Sorry about the off topic post but my fellow Corvair owners seem like a
> good place to turn with this.
> I burned up the electric motor on a small concrete mixer. I found a
> nearly identical replacement motor; 48Y frame, 1/3 HP... The only
> problem I see with it is that the threaded portion of the "thru bolts"
> on the new motor don't protrude past the nuts. My mixer is designed to
> use these stud like protrusions to mount the motor. The easy solution
> I'm hoping for is to find some longer "thru bolts".
> The original bolts in the new motor are 6 7/8" (not including the head)
> and look like they are #8 or #10. I'd have to remove one of the nuts
> to be 100% sure of the diameter and thread pitch. I need bolts that are
> about 1/4"+ longer than the originals. I don't have a Corvair generator
> lying around but it seems like the bolts on those in the ballpark of
> what I need.
> Anyone have some or know the dimensions or have a pile of dead electric
> motors in your garage or have a good idea on where I should look???? I
> found a manufacturer of these bolts on the internet. I'm not looking to
> have them manufactured. I just need four bolts of a workable size.
> Ideas welcome. Many Thanks. --J.B.
John- McMaster Carr has socket head cap screws available that are 7" long
and be had in either 10-24 or 10-32 threads.
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