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    Re: WRITEUP: Cebby's JD2 Model 3 Hydro Bender Conversion

    It appears that your uses less amps at full load, so maybe the rpm is constant regardless of input voltage (guessing).

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    http://www.baldor.com/products/specs...40C+AMB%2DCONT
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    Re: WRITEUP: Cebby's JD2 Model 3 Hydro Bender Conversion

    Ah... So it cuts the amperage in half at 230 volts. So this is going to be a trial and error type to figure out which pump i should get.

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    Re: WRITEUP: Cebby's JD2 Model 3 Hydro Bender Conversion

    I have a old jd square model 2 . was wondering if i could converd it. looks like its doable. but my only concern is the arms. i wont to be able to bend 120 wall moly.thanks

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    Re: WRITEUP: Cebby's JD2 Model 3 Hydro Bender Conversion

    Can you post a pic of the arms? I don't think I've seen a model 2 before.
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    Re: WRITEUP: Cebby's JD2 Model 3 Hydro Bender Conversion

    so what do u think:conf06
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    Re: WRITEUP: Cebby's JD2 Model 3 Hydro Bender Conversion

    Before adding hydro, I'd consider beefing up the stationary arms a bit. Like the red plate I've drawn on the attached.

    It appears that there is a weak point that could be easily overloaded near the pivot point. They addressed this on the Model 3 arms, but it's still weak in the same spot.
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