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    looking for a ac motor for rbi 220 or 226 saw, if anyone has any info please let me know, thanks

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    Have you located any motor yet? Bushton Mfg has parts available, but cost may be a little high. There are different motors also. Do you need variable speed or one speed motor? By the way, I have an older saw with a 2 speed pulley on a one speed motor. It is a 1988 model 220-2 Hawk. Paul

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      What voltage are we talking about plus watts for the motor - I am in the United Kingdom and the standard supply is 220/240 AC volts for domestic users , The Construction Industry use 110 DC volts as per H & SE regs. on building sites .
      R.B,I. Hawk were imported into the U.K. by Record Tools of Sheffield for short period fitted with a 220/240volts motor , This is just an example . Give us a clue and someone come up with a great big answer ! SAM:

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