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BX-1 (1.08 FSR?) drive washer needed


Old 10-09-2011, 04:14 PM
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I just acquired the OS BX-1 motor during a club raffle and it's missing a few parts. I am looking for the drive washer, prop nut and washer. Much to my disliking, this motor is discontinued and parts are hard to find. Sadly, I inherited a Goldberg extra kit (partially built) and motor but the motor had missing parts. NEVER RUN!

Can anyone tell me where I might find a compatable set of parts? I used some digital calipers and measure the shaft at 10mm at the press fit/woodruff key area.

Any tips would be great. This motor has never ran and I am hoping it's not for the scrap for parts section... I'd really like to use this motor.

Many thanks for those who respond!
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Default RE: BX-1 (1.08 FSR?) drive washer needed

Here's the part:

OSMG5485 29208000 DRIVE WASHER 108FSR

However, the engine was discontinued in 2003, and we finally ran out of the part in 2009. You'll only be able to locate one through an internet search or through one of the dealers who specialize in the engine collectors' market. Some will advertise in small ads in the model magazines or in the classified sections of the magazines. You may be able to find a "parts" engine through an internet search. The RCU Marketplace and the auction sites are good places to start.
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