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    I've recently acquired a V/N 22-L. Originally, and according to information I've found online, it should have had a 1 1/2 HP 1200 RPM 60 cyc motor. But there are no dimensions for the pulley or the driven shaft RPM.

    So, is there anyone out there with a 22-L that would be willing to share with me the dimensions of the drive pulley OD and the driven pulleys OD?

    I think I can manage from there, having known the outer diameters of those two pulleys.

    Thanks in advance,

    KP

  • #2
    Originally posted by kpmullins View Post
    I've recently acquired a V/N 22-L. Originally, and according to information I've found online, it should have had a 1 1/2 HP 1200 RPM 60 cyc motor. But there are no dimensions for the pulley or the driven shaft RPM.

    So, is there anyone out there with a 22-L that would be willing to share with me the dimensions of the drive pulley OD and the driven pulleys OD?

    I think I can manage from there, having known the outer diameters of those two pulleys.

    Thanks in advance,

    KP
    Either post in the Heavy Iron forum on PM or join the Yahoo VN group. Over here, your question is the equivalent of pissin in the wind.
    I don't have a VN22 or know anyone with one. I do have a VN12 and occasionally run a VN1RQ3

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    • #3
      I saw your message on the VN group but I was on vacation and I don't always get all of them, as some end up in my SPAM filter. So... If you don't have the dimensions you need yet send me a private message and I'll get them for you.
      Mike
      Central Ohio, USA

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      • #4
        I have a 22LU.
        I can measure the pulley tomorrow.

        -D
        DZER

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ohio Mike View Post
          I saw your message on the VN group but I was on vacation and I don't always get all of them, as some end up in my SPAM filter. So... If you don't have the dimensions you need yet send me a private message and I'll get them for you.
          Yes, I need them!! Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!

          I really appreciate this.

          KP

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Doozer View Post
            I have a 22LU.
            I can measure the pulley tomorrow.

            -D
            Yes, I need them. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!

            I really appreciate you getting back with me.

            KP

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            • #7
              OK the plate data on my motor is Westinghouse 2HP 1135 RPM 3PH frame 225. I'm sure its original, it matches the knee drive motor inside the machine. I don't recall my S/N but its a war production machine circa 1942-44. My motor pulley is 3-1/2 inch and driven pulley is 6-5/8 inch with three B46 drive belts. If my math is correct that makes the target input speed 600 RPM.
              Mike
              Central Ohio, USA

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Ohio Mike View Post
                OK the plate data on my motor is Westinghouse 2HP 1135 RPM 3PH frame 225. I'm sure its original, it matches the knee drive motor inside the machine. I don't recall my S/N but its a war production machine circa 1942-44. My motor pulley is 3-1/2 inch and driven pulley is 6-5/8 inch with three B46 drive belts. If my math is correct that makes the target input speed 600 RPM.
                Thanks Mike,

                This information will come in very handy.

                Good to know I'm not the only one that appreciates these old machines.

                KP

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                • #9
                  My mill also has a 3.5" pulley on the motor and 6.625" on the machine.

                  --Doozer
                  DZER

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Rosco-P View Post
                    Either post in the Heavy Iron forum on PM or join the Yahoo VN group. Over here, your question is the equivalent of pissin in the wind.
                    I don't have a VN22 or know anyone with one. I do have a VN12 and occasionally run a VN1RQ3
                    Looks like "pissin in the wind" worked pretty well

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                    • #11
                      Yep. The secret is to piss downwind.
                      Kansas City area

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                      • #12
                        The answer, my friend,
                        is pissing in the wind,
                        the answer is pissing
                        in the wind...

                        -D
                        DZER

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Doozer View Post
                          The answer, my friend,
                          is pissing in the wind,
                          the answer is pissing
                          in the wind...

                          -D
                          Careful there Doozer. Next thing you know you'll be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.
                          Location: Long Island, N.Y.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by RichR View Post
                            Careful there Doozer. Next thing you know you'll be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.
                            Or accused of plegarism. Dylan has used that line in a concert.
                            “I know lots of people who are educated far beyond their intelligence”

                            Lewis Grizzard

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                            • #15
                              Yes, blatant Dylan rip off,
                              but the shoe fit, so...


                              -D
                              DZER

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