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#1 posted 09-09-2013 01:56 PM

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#6 posted 05-28-2018 12:45 AM

Hey man, I was just reading you response to DannyBoy about an old sabre saw and you had stated that you have one with a bad armature commutator. I just wanted to let you know that you might be able to take the armature to an Automotive Starter and Alternator/Generator shop, or an Electric Motor Repair shop if there’s one close to you, and they can probably rewind the armature for you and replace the commutator. When I was in high school and a few years after I worked for an armature shop and rewound armatures, we did everything from shrimp boat armatures to trolling motor armatures to 18 wheel truck armatures. There is also a good chance that if you can find an armature sop that has been around a while they might actually have an armature that they have rewound in stock or have a used commutator that they could use to fix your’s. I did all kinds of oddball armatures when I worked there, but they closed that shop a few years ago. I am from the Birmingham, Alabama area and there are at least two shops I can think of that could probably rebuild your armature, Southern Armature Works (205)324-6529 and also Chancey’s Alternator & Starter (205)428-1752. I hope this helps you and I wouldn’t think that it would be expensive to have that armature redone.

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