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Old 10-29-2009, 02:21 PM
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I am working on a Dayton electric motor and need parts. Model is 6K321L. I have found the motor but haven't been able to locate a parts supplier.
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Old 10-29-2009, 02:31 PM
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I have purchased dayton parts through grainger before but I don't know if they can get motor parts, but worth a call.
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Old 10-29-2009, 02:35 PM
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Good luck Old Man. Our 3 year old Dayton Belt sander was down and out for 11 weeks because the on/off switch burned up, and it was a Grainger specific item. I can't believe Grainger does not keep any parts for this type of equipment on hand seeing that it is their own in-house brand. I believe all Dayton products are marketed by Grainger.
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Good luck Old Man. Our 3 year old Dayton Belt sander was down and out for 11 weeks because the on/off switch burned up, and it was a Grainger specific item. I can't believe Grainger does not keep any parts for this type of equipment on hand seeing that it is their own in-house brand. I believe all Dayton products are marketed by Grainger.
You are right Pat, Dayton is owned by Grainger.

I found a guy that sells similar motors in the same series, depending on the part you need they might have it.

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Old 10-29-2009, 03:49 PM
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There are 12 parts listed below for:
Manufacturer/Brand: DAYTON
Model #: 6K321
Description: Capacitor Start Open Dripproof Motor
Additional Model Info:

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10B001091000 Base
12A073370300 Fan Blade 7/8inbore
93D401483100 Shaft End Endshield
B453197940021 Bearing
C1032373004010L Start Capacitor L-3 3/8in Od-1 7/8in
C643035620001 Cover, Start Capacitor
C743074700000 Conduit Box Cover
P751056520211 Overload Protector
R352553670002 Resilient Ring
X745200540000 Opposite End Endshield
X832966460000 Stationary Switch
Z043144170000 Rotating Switch
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Old 10-29-2009, 04:01 PM
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There are 12 parts listed below for:
Manufacturer/Brand: DAYTON
Model #: 6K321
Description: Capacitor Start Open Dripproof Motor
Additional Model Info:

Find Out More About This Product

Be sure you have the right model. Match the Additional Model Info (above) to your unit's nameplate/label.


View Printer Friendly Parts List Sort Table By:

Manufacturer Part # Description Ref. # Parts
Diagram(s)
10B001091000 Base
12A073370300 Fan Blade 7/8inbore
93D401483100 Shaft End Endshield
B453197940021 Bearing
C1032373004010L Start Capacitor L-3 3/8in Od-1 7/8in
C643035620001 Cover, Start Capacitor
C743074700000 Conduit Box Cover
P751056520211 Overload Protector
R352553670002 Resilient Ring
X745200540000 Opposite End Endshield
X832966460000 Stationary Switch
Z043144170000 Rotating Switch
Do you have a link or photo? are the bearings the same? I think the part I need may be one of the last two. It is a disc in a plastic holder that rubs against something turning. It has a wire on it. Jerry.
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I'm a little late to the party, but most of the Dayton motors are made by Emmerson Electric. At least they were when I was using them for OEM applications.
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It seems like all parts come from Grainger. It also seems Grainger does not stock all parts. If anyone had a Dayton motor in the junk pile I need a part. I think it will be the same on several motors. I haven't bought any available parts till I find this one. It is a plastic housing with several terminals on one side and a metal disc on the other. I don't know what it is called but it is stationery and applies the current to rotating parts. I don't have much left but I will take a photo and show it's location and hookup. Without it all I have is a pile.
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Jerry;

How big of a motor is this?
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