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Dayton 3K771 Motor, 1/4 HP, 60hz, Belt
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Specifications for this item
|Item Weight||7.0 pounds|
|National Stock Number||6105-99-000-0008|
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A word of warning, I would refrain from running this motor in a vertical application for long periods of time due to the fact it is a oiled sleeve bearing unit.
Motor also has the mounting bracket which makes installation easier. Price on this unit is very competitive. Buyers of this should understand that motor does not come with a cord so you will need to buy a heavy electric (14 gauge minimum) power cord and then wire the device according to whether you want CW or CCW rotation. Very easy to do since there is a panel on the motor that covers the connection points. I had a cord already with an inline switch and I would recommend this as well.
So far after searching this cord seems good:
Master Electrician 6-Feet Indoor Extension Cord with 3 Outlets and On/Off Switch , Black
This is heavy duty with heavy duty inline switch. You will need to cut off the female end and strip the wires before connecting to the motor. The other option would be to buy a heavy duty power cord and inline switch separately and install the switch yourself.
Edit: I just came from the cord page and a user has stated that the cord is rated at 10 amps but he says it's actually closer to 8 amps. Also the gauge of the wires is 16. But this motor is rated at only 5 amps (according to the description) so you should be fine with this cord. 16 gauge instead of 14 is probably OK as well but if you are making a cord from scratch I would go with 14 gauge.
Edit 2: The motor I received has 4.8 amps on the label while the motor in the above photo says 7.6 amps. So the photo used to sell this motor is incorrect. You can see a closeup of the above motor if you use the magnify feature.
Great motor great price