The answer is yes or no, depending on how much money you want to spend. I looked into having some small motors rebuilt and was told by the only company that I could find that it was cost-prohibitive since rewinding small armatures one or two at a time was labor-intensive. At the time I was looking at having a few Propello Ray motors rebuilt since they also had been discontinued. That was a very long time ago, and I don't even remember the name of the company at this point. I was working with John Dorgan on a possible project. I was able to find a company to cut new gears for the Propello Ray lights and what I thought was going to be an easy project turned out to take a lot more moving parts than was originally thought. I still have a few gears left from that time.Motors cannot be rebuilt.?
Thank you!!!!Just a quick search, maybe here?
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