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Loren

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#1 posted 02-07-2013 04:03 PM

Using a larger sheave is not likely to be a problem. You
want one with about double the circumference of the
one on the faster motor.

In situations where the faster motor is already using
a large sheave to drive a shaft at 10,000 rpm or more,
going to a slower motor with a larger sheave could
introduce balance issues. A planer cutterhead is
likely set up to run at about 5000 rpm.

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