Just wondering, what brand of motor comes with the Grizzly 1023 saws?
And please, no conjecture - I can do that... ;-)
And what type of mount.
Is it a standard NEMA frame or is it a proprietary mounting design?
Ass? what Are you a dick in search of one? are you that ignorant to NOT
think that perhaps the manufacturer changes vendors over time and might not
be using the same motor or even change the design in phase? that Joe saw
purchased a few years back just might not be THE SAME EXACT SAW?????. Are
you really that stupid that you can't call Grizzly and ask them.... They
will go and look you know! You can even email them!
So don't be suck a dick and assume I'm an ass. The Best people to go to
regarding specs of Grizzly products is Grizzly. How stupid can you really
Yeah Shit that dribbles from the mouth of a troll.......... another
Notice Troll, that you had nothing of value to add, so maybe if you dicked
Judy more often. She wouldn't be looking for ass elsewhere!
I didn't call them to ask, I don't have much faith in telephone
answerers as vendors of valid information - but I have downloaded the
They do not specify physical properties on the motor, only their part
Really I was busting your chops, but to make a point..... Grizzly and
everybody else over time and manufacturing will change vendors and designs.
The saw Joe bought may not be the exact saw you will buy. If you need an
exact answer only Grizzly would have it.
As for their CS it can be difficult, I had problems regarding the specs on
their sliding router table. THEY did NOT give me the correct answer so don't
waste you time with the them (Customer Service). Go directly to the Sales
Department and they will!
Every tool and machine I have purchased from Grizzly works great! I haven't
been disappointed..... yet!
But most will stick with the same motor standards as they are
interchangeable from vendor to vendor. It may be a 56 frame or a 143T, etc.
If you know that, then you can be assured of a motor from many sources, not
a proprietary one. Grizzly, OTOH, does not want you to know that because
they make a profit selling replacement parts.
I think it is a valid question.
Any question is a good question only if you ask it to the right people.
There are 7 different models
"So Jody of the 7 Different models Grizzly 1023's. Are we talking about
220VSP or 110VSP or 3 Phase? Model S,S110,SL,Z,ZX3 or maybe SLX?"
and you are making an assumption about the motors if you need to know ONLY
the manufacturer would have the correct and current information. Grizzly as
everybody else is in the business to sell you replacement parts. Online Joe
Internet could be full of shit suppose you believe his false information and
act on it???
Most of the denizens of this group are REAL, sincere people.
It also tends to be a 'family' forum.
They do not willingly give out false information.
A general consensus would be required for me to act upon it.
I'm a grown up, I can determine the value of any information presented
for myself. But here, as in life, the number of trolls is increasing.
Hmmm... Yes, I believe that is the information I asked about...
Unfortunately, I don't have one to look at.
I want to know, as a prospective purchaser, if it uses a standard NEMA
frame, and what brand of motor came with _current owner's_ saws.
I need to know this because motors fail and down the road, I may need
another one - or possibly upgrade. I like to have choices, not just
be forced to buy what the manufacturer, if he is still in business, is
Is everyone clear on this now? Show of hands... ;-)
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