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01-02-2014 10:07 PM

Hello to All, I have a DeWalt R1450 Type B that I have decided to part out. I purchased RAS on C/L for a good price. I have the parts that I needed. The saw still working, but not complete. The motor is a Frame 236. The timing belt broke on this so the owner put the elevation handle on the back (not to pretty), he had to cut the plastic shroud. I’m not real sure how to price parts, any help would be appreciated. Thanks you I have just listed the motor on ebay 5/25/2014


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#1 posted 01-02-2014 10:30 PM

The motor should be worth a bit. I just paid $100 for one (with shipping) to hang on an older Dewalt. Prices flop around, but I would guess it should be close to a $75 value (+/-), if it’s in good shape. Some of the other parts may bring a fair price as well. Scales and such are usually in demand, but typically for the older models. Anything you have that would interchange with them will be worth more.

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#2 posted 01-03-2014 12:22 PM

Should have mentioned this in my first post, the blade guards for these saws are usually a high demand item as well. I’ve seen them priced from $15 to $30. The blade guards on all the smaller Dewalts (AFAIK) are interchangeable. Above 12” it’s a little different.

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#3 posted 05-26-2014 03:37 PM

I have just list the DeWalt Frame 236 motor on ebay, more parts to come.

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#4 posted 05-26-2014 05:50 PM

I have just listed the DeWalt Frame 236 motor on ebay, more parts to come.

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#5 posted 05-26-2014 06:13 PM

Just so you know, those motors will fit nicely in a Medium USPS flat rate box (the top loader type). It’s just a sqoosh short, but they don’t seem to mind. Mine came in one, and I shipped the old Frame 235 (size physical size as a 236) out in one. It would fit in the regional flat rates, but they limit the weight on those to 15#. Good luck with the sale.

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#6 posted 08-07-2014 04:26 PM

Hello All,
I need some advice here. I sold the 236 motor, but the person I sold it to said it will not fit on his GWI machine. Now he would like to buy the complete yoke and bearing assembly, off of the R1450 typeB DeWalt. I don’t want to sell him something he can’t use. Does anyone know if it will fit? would appreciate any help.
Thank you

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#7 posted 08-07-2014 04:51 PM

I do not know the answer, but if you strike out here, go over to the Dewalt RAS forum and ask….those guys are a living history of parts interchangeability. I do have a guess: I don’t believe that rollerhead (the part that slides into the arm) will fit the GWI arm. I’m also surprised he said the motor wouldn’t fit. I have one in my shop (Frame 236) and the span across the yoke (where it fits) is identical to the one on my 1030 (direct descendant of the GWI, sort of). Just a suggestion/thought here: give him the yoke and rollerhead for shipping costs.

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