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Old 08-03-2022, 02:49 PM   #13
JeebusCrunk
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Default Re: Yamaha G29 motor

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Originally Posted by Volt_Ampere View Post
Do NOT do this on the bench! The armature is only supported on one end when the motor is out of the cart. You WILL destroy the motor if you try to run it on the bench with no support on the output shaft! Test it in the cart with the wheels off the ground.
My "bench" is the creation of a mad scientist tech that's actually a 36/48/72v battery cart with the upper half of 4 differentials mounted on top of the cart, so the output shaft would still be connected to an input shaft.

But I sincerely appreciate the warning, thank you.
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