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wats up everyone,this is my very first post,so here it goes
i was searching all over the net to find out what motor the oasis xd 2000 compressor uses,i found on this website that is was a prestolit mbd-5007 12/24 dc motor ,i bought one from forest city electric,and just got it yesterday,it doesnt have a shaft that sticks out,instead, it is a slot type of shaft, now what i cant find is a coupler that would couple a york to the motor,oasis sells them ($40) but if i could see what one looks like, im sure i could rig one up,if some one could help it would be greatly appreciated.

i was also wondering if anyone knew-what is the difference between the left and right hand yorks,whichever way you turn it,it still sucks and discharches out the same holes, so if anyone knows about that,then it will also be very appreciated.
 

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Left-Hand York has suction coming from the left-hand fitting on the top. Right-hand York has suction coming from the right-hand fitting on the top. Yorks can be ran either clockwise or counter clock wise.
 

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how much was your motor? Ive been looking for that motor, but I cant find one anywhere. Also I have been looking on the onboardair website, and I cant find the coupler any where, HOw do you know how much it costs?
 

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i too was looking for this motor everywhere,i live in cali and called all the way to florida for this thing,i finaly got ahold of forest city electric,their part number is w-5007 for the motor -www.wms1.com is their site,call em up ,real nice people.
 

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If I already bought a York, and already bought the motor, I'd buy the shaft for $40.

That's like putting in a new engine, and reusing the old plugs cause you can clean them up.

ya hear me. Buy the shaft, if you can come up with a real good alternate, after being sure your part works, return the shaft.
 

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the motor was $300,i took it down to my local welding shop and they made a shaft that had a slot in it to fit right in the motor and bolted up right on the 4 bolts of the motor,they told me it was used in hydraulic applications for farms and things of that nature,as long as it works,i dont care.ill post pictures later though.
 

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Originally posted by 1baggeds10@Sep 8 2005, 07:47 PM~3778669
the motor was $300,i took it down to my local welding shop and they made a shaft that had a slot in it to fit right in the motor and bolted up right on the 4 bolts of the motor,they told me it was used in hydraulic applications for farms and things of that nature,as long as it works,i dont care.ill post pictures later though.
So you were able to fabricate an Oasis for less than $500?
 

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yes it was under $500-motor $300,york 210-$20 from junkyard or $125 from ebay,then a coupler is free with inginuity or $40 from oasis mfg now all i need is a low voltage cut off switch,if anyone knows where i can get one cheap or how to make one,let me know,thanks
 
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