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Author Topic: WANTED 3 Fly-balls for a 2500W WINPOWEWR wincharger  (Read 1154 times)
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VASSILE52
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« on: May 08, 2017, 09:38:52 AM »

WANTED

3 Fly-balls for a 2500W WINPOWEWR wincharger

Tnx! 1403-240-1813
Have u the dimensions,maybe I will try to rebuild them,please?
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Evad
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« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2018, 08:06:46 PM »

I have what you need. 3 recast flyballs for the WInpower 1,800w or the smaller 10' 800-1,00 watt. They'll need drilling and a bit of finishing. Actually, I don't think the 2,500 w unit used flyballs because it was designed to feather with wind pressure and the weight of the blades. Double check, you may not need them. I've had a 2,500w unit and I still have the 800w, the old 1250 w and the 1,800 w. Send me a picture if you wish. As for the flyballs...$20 each plus postage. if that's too steep let ne know. Oh, incidentally, they are made of cast steel rather than cast iron...tougher, less prone to cracking...I assume.
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Charleypete1957
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« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2018, 08:31:09 PM »

Evad,

You still have those flyballs?  If so, I have need of them for an 1800W machine.  Email is in my profile.  Thanks!!

Charlie
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Evad
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« Reply #3 on: April 21, 2018, 12:28:20 PM »

I'm pretty sure you wouldn't need flyballs for the 2500w machine because I don't think they had any in the first place. Ask around some more. Post a pic, if you wish.
Since they are made of cast steel, they'd be hard to duplicate and fabricating them by welding could be tough although making separate parts with a CNC machine could help $$$$$
I'm sure that these flyballs were made for the 1,800 w machine which was newer. Since I had had them re-cast, I had the foundry use the original 1,800 w flyballs to make the form.

Dave
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