very cool piece......could the motor be re-wound for 220 at least?
Yes, or I could use a transformer to step up the voltage. There is an outside possibility that the motor is actually dual voltage and they left the other leads inside the motor housing. The saw has to come apart to get to the motor.very cool piece......could the motor be re-wound for 220 at least?
OK I'll ask. How Cheap Was It?I almost feel bad about how cheap it was.
I dunno. Clean the top, wire it up and run it. Not my style saw.Strange things happen....
Might be rewired...mine was,...had 440 stamped on it...not a 440 motor, then a really bad "re-stamp" over the voltage/amps...
So what are your plans with the 88D?
Obsessive compulsive may explain it. It is one of my hobbies, but I ended up finding out I have a real passion for anything old.How you know so much about this kind of stuff amazes me.
Hey, this mean you'll take me to lunch?...:whistling:laughing:... I have a real passion for anything old...
Not even close to being old enough.Hey, this mean you'll take me to lunch?...:whistling:laughing: