Someone mentioned Yellow Pages and, on your previous post, someone
mentioned taking it to a shop to be evaluated. My local electircal
supply company, which has a department for repairing motors, will, for
free, evaluate any motor and give quotes for repair or replacement.
Shop around for such a company/shop.
Assuming you've done the troubleshooting, as recommended on the
previous thread, check Marathon or Baldor motors, on Amazon, for
comparable replacement motors. I bought a new Unisaw motor at a much
cheaper price, via Amazon, than what Delta, my local shop & Gainger
(also local) wanted.
I think, if you email the specs of your motor to Baldor, they will
match the correct replacement motor.