43128lucky4: it would be difficult to do carb repairs on that
Markku Kajava: Remove threads from the both ends of chute deflector shaft, so motion stops
when it reach end of it.
turboomni08: @jrpesky Thanks for the reply. I think I have designed a linkage that will
work for my other PT motor. I will post it up on here once I get it going.
I like what you did with yours though. Great work.
Todd Ulrich: Very good instructional video.
jrpesky: @turboomni08 Hello I really have no idea what vehicle those motors came out
of. When I was at the junk yard I happened to run across a power seat lying
in the bed of a pick up truck . When I turned it over I found these two
Tyler grigg: your light wire get a diode and hook it to the wire so it will charge the
l337pwnage: @jrpesky neat idea. I'd seen it before, but wondered where the motors came
from. Ya, seat motors are pretty strong. Limiting switches would be nice,
but a bit of work to build. Another option would be a slipping clutch in in
drive train or a current limiting shut off switch. Anyway from your
questions, you have good understanding of how to build what need. Google
can fill in the blanks. ;) 1) yes 2)probably, and its probably a magneto
3)as many amps as the wire or fuse can hold.
turboomni08: What was the source of the motors you used for this project? I have a
Chrysler PT Cruiser power window motor for my chute rotation but I need a
power seat motor for the chute deflector. The kind you have seem to mount
easy so just getting one like that would be best I think.
jrpesky: Any labels or tags on the motor have been painted over. As I had posted
before. The screw motors are Power Seat motors. I removed them from a seat
at a junk yard. The seat was not in a vehicle it was just laying in the bed
of a pick up. So I have no idea what make or model car it came out of. I am
going to try and track down that information.
l337pwnage: @jrpesky 4) yes, assuming the batteries & magnetos - is grounded to the
chassis, which is usually the case. + grounds are not often used. anyway,
instead of that, I would probably just use a cheap automotive battery
maintainer and plug the snowblower in when not used. Just a thought, me
thinking out loud, but I wonder if a low current self-resetting breaker, or
even automotive flasher, could be used as a limit switch? thanx for sharing
Jake Walbrun: I'm not sure what type of motors you have here or where I can find then.
Love the idea. I want to do something similar with my blower for my rider.
jrpesky: No not really, The float bowl is up underneath the Heater box. Doesn't
really matter anyway. The motor would have no effect on the bowl.
Arnulv Bertelsen: Hi! Can you post a picture of the label on the chute deflector motor?
....or post the numbers. Thanks!
scummy666007: Good job buddy, i used an old 12v cordless dril and removed all controls.
Mounted drill right on shaft. Is your motor not a little to close to carb
jrpesky: Hello Thanks for your comment. I don't know that much about that type of
stuff. I think a diode only allows current to flow in one direction? So the
motors alt. would have enough output to both power the light and charge the
battery? What size diode? Just splice into the wire running to the light
and run the wire to the + side of the battery? As you can tell I'm limited
in my understanding of these types of things.
Adam B: Great ideas. I'm heading off to the salvage yard for some cheap actuators!
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