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Need Schematic for Winchester Western Trap

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by mr.mark, Jul 3, 2009.

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  1. mr.mark

    mr.mark Member

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    The input shaft that connects to the electric motor on my Winchester Trap machine sheared off and I'm going to have to replace the whole shaft that hooks to the worm gear.

    Was wondering if anyone had a schematic for these machines and or knew where to get parts for them?

    Let me know,

    Mr. Mark
     
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    goldenwestindustries.com has lots of schematics try them Jon
     
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    If this is a handset, look for another just for parts. You should be able to find a used one for $100. They are setting everywhere and sell cheap. I bet parts for your will cost more than that.
     
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    Thanks for the info.

    QRP has the part I need, it is $92.

    Where are all these $100 machines?

    All of the used ones I have found have been $250-500.

    Would much rather buy another machine than tear this one apart.

    Mr. Mark
     
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    Where are you located?
     
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    Colorado City, TX

    Slightly West of center of the state on I-20

    Mr. Mark
     
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    The input shaft and worm thrust gear (X107) are one complete part. There's also a thrust bearing, seal and bushing that I'd replace at the same time. I have all the parts you need.

    Ian Brotherston Western Retro Products
     
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    Ask around, there are lots of clubs that have went to Pats or GMV's that would love to get rid of their handsets. We have three to sell but they are in Indiana.
     
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