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#21105 - 01/27/03 09:11 AM written pole motors
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Good source of info on written pole motors.

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#21106 - 01/29/03 02:44 AM Re: written pole motors
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Registered: 08/25/02
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have you looked at Meridium Power's website?....some good info there, along with some drawings. here's the URL:

let us know if this helps.....

#21107 - 01/29/03 04:35 PM Re: written pole motors
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I didn't understand the question at first--sorry.

This Google search brought up a lot of links, many of them seem to be from about 1998.

Hope that helps.

#21108 - 01/29/03 07:56 PM Re: written pole motors
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Could someone please tell me what a "written"
pole motor is?
Just wondering.
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