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Old 11-28-2010, 03:05 PM
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They've got about every configuration of motor size, shaft size, number of leads, etc. that you could hope for. I wish I had found that page when I was looking for a Magic Air motor. One of those on that page looks identical to the one I bought from SacVin except at a fraction of the price.
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Seems like the GR 157 measures the closest to the stock motor, and my wallet agrees! Anyways what kind of switch would this require? you can make it reverse by switching wires and grounds, but I cannot seem to wrap my brain around how a switch can do that.
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DPDT double pole, double throw, with center off. (Maybe that makes it a triple throw?) Be nice if there were a boneyard piece that would work, or check what the 42 - 48 cars had.
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LOL! It's electrical switch speak, Jordan. Get the motor in your hands and I'll see what I can come up with for a switch. I saw you called earlier. I'm out in the shop trying to weld up an exhaust system for this Bronco and I don't have any signal. I'll give you a ring tomorrow evening.
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Don't feel too bad Jordan. That blew right over my head as well. LOL. And thanks for finding a copy of my heater on ebay. You're quite the detective. Could that really be a 1932 car heater? Like I said earlier, NOTHING surprises me about my truck nowadays.

VINTAGE HEATER DESIGNED FOR 1932 FORDS & HOT RAT RODS - eBay (item 390266904333 end time Dec-05-10 13:03:12 PST)
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Was doing some digging and stumbled across this site that sells old heaters. Some cool pics Classic Accessories
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LOL! It's electrical switch speak, Jordan. Get the motor in your hands and I'll see what I can come up with for a switch. I saw you called earlier. I'm out in the shop trying to weld up an exhaust system for this Bronco and I don't have any signal. I'll give you a ring tomorrow evening.

Im always learning!!! I will try to order one of those motors tomorrow. Good luck with that Bronco, I know how much you love it.....
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Was doing some digging and stumbled across this site that sells old heaters. Some cool pics Classic Accessories

They have some cool heaters, but I bet he dont sell very many, I cant even sell a restored heater for what hes asking for his.. I have a few of those round tropic air heaters, but nobody seems to want them. I took inventory a few weeks ago on my heaters, and I have a grand total of 70 and still buying..........
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Jordan , check out woodyfi's post about the magic heater direst drop in motor found .He may be onto something .Great talking to yout he other nite .Later , Denny
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Well I finally rounded up the blower motor, switch, relay, and 500 feet of wire...... I put them all together and BAM!! It works fine with two speeds for heat, and one speed for defrost!!! The 42-48 ford car/truck 12volt motor replacement crisis is solved!! Now I cannot take all the credit (even though I would be more than happy to). Joe/Blueovalrage found the motor, switch, relay, and drew up the schematics for me. He did a very good job and all worked as it should. Joe is a hell of an electrician!
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Glad I could help, Jordan. Ya know, if you really want to get fancy and take it to the next level, we could probably figure out a way to run that motor from a DC drive and give it infinite speed control in both directions. We could even tie in a programmable logic controller with a thermocouple input and build an automatic climate control system to go with it. No switches! Just set the target cabin temp and forget it! Of course that would be a bit of a waste just for heat and defrost, so we'd better plan for an A/C installation also. Hmmm.... That's going to require a bigger alternator and possibly an engine swap to run it all. Might as well go with FUEL INJECTION while we're at it, too. Just let me know how far you want to take it, buddy! LOL!
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Might as well go with FUEL INJECTION while we're at it, too. Just let me know how far you want to take it, buddy! LOL!

You and your stupid fuel injection! You fuel injection guys are missing out on all the real fun! I mean who doesnt like to work on carburetors? Breaking glass bowls, finding the correct jets, setting the idle, and even stopping the side of the road to tap it with a wrench when the float sticks? Beside starting your vehicle and have it actually idle on its own is boring too. Why not learn to use that challenging high tech device called the "choke cable"??

Anyways what were we talking about?? Oh yes heaters! I finally put the motor in an unrestored heater and it really puts out the air! Ill bet it puts out 3 times the air that the 6 volt did!
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Sorry guys, I do not know how to save a link so I am just bringing this one back to the top so that I can reference it later, there are some good links within this thread that I need to look into.
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