Leslie Lower Slow Motor Assembly, for 122/147

Leslie Lower Slow Motor Assembly, for 122/147

Leslie Lower Slow Motor Assembly, for 122/147

Leslie Lower Slow Motor Assembly, for 122/147

  • Leslie Lower Slow Motor Assembly, for 122/147
  • Replacement lower slow motor assembly for Leslie models 122/147. Overall shaft length is 2.75

Leslie Lower Slow Motor Assembly, for 122/147. Replacement lower slow motor assembly for Leslie models 122/147. Overall shaft length is 2.75

List Price: $ 63.95

Price: $ 63.95

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  • Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Leslie lower slow motor replacement for 122, August 12, 2012
    By 
    Bear (Chicago) –

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    This review is from: Leslie Lower Slow Motor Assembly, for 122/147
    Exact drop in replacement for a leslie speaker model 122. Easy installation and worked perfectly, with one caveat: The shaft assembly does not drop down low enough to engage the “o” ring on the idler wheel the same as the original, however that was easily remedied by loosening the set screw on the wheel and moving it upwards a bit. The only negative thing noted was that this motor runs much hotter than the original, almost to the point of being painful to touch after a few minutes of operation, accompanied by a hot metal smell. I think that may be due to the type of motor this is derived from, generally referred to as an “air over” motor, one that is usually used in a fan assembly, and is cooled by airflow generated by the fan. Only time will tell if this affects the durability in any way. I will update later if needed.
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