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    Default Wheel Motor for 425

    Does anyone know the White Hydraulics part number for the Wheel Motors on a PT425 built in 2002? From the White Hydraulics website it looks like a "CE" series motor. The PT part number is P142X14.
    Thanks,
    -Tim

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    Default Re: Wheel Motor for 425

    It's 400230W3122AAA per earlier reports here.

    400 = normal rotation (i.e. timing)
    230 = 14.2ci
    W31 = 4-Hole Front Ports, 7/8" O-ring
    22 = 1.25" tapered shaft
    A = Dark Metallic Gray paint
    AA = no options or add-ons
    Last edited by KentT; 08-27-2007 at 04:00 PM.

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    Default Re: Wheel Motor for 425

    Thanks. I did a seach using "wheel motor" and "high torque wheel motor" but did not find anything yet on the newer motors. If you can suggest another keyword to use I would appreciate it.
    -Tim

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    Default Re: Wheel Motor for 425

    I sent an email from the White Hydraulics website and asked for there current designation for my tiller motor and they replied with the new designation. They said they do not have a web site that cross references the old numbers to the new models.

    Dale

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    Default Re: Wheel Motor for 425

    Quote Originally Posted by tlb13057
    Thanks. I did a seach using "wheel motor" and "high torque wheel motor" but did not find anything yet on the newer motors. If you can suggest another keyword to use I would appreciate it.
    -Tim
    I found where I'd written it down -- I did have the White spec books with me... I was editing my earlier post when you replied, it seems...

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    Default Re: Wheel Motor for 425

    Great, I also found your ealier post with the information. I am wondering about the W31 designation. Should it be W38? W31 is 7/8 O-ring and W38 is 1/2 BSP, whatever that means.

    Do you know what this sells for? PT wants $487 plus shipping.

    Thanks,
    -Tim

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    Default Re: Wheel Motor for 425

    Quote Originally Posted by tlb13057
    Great, I also found your ealier post with the information. I am wondering about the W31 designation. Should it be W38? W31 is 7/8 O-ring and W38 is 1/2 BSP, whatever that means.

    Do you know what this sells for? PT wants $487 plus shipping.

    Thanks,
    -Tim
    I don't know first-hand what it is -- I'm just passing on the number posted here by someone else long ago. My PT has the older White RS 12.5ci motors on it...

    I'm guessing you should be able to get them from a distributor for about $75 - $100 less (ballpark) than the price you mentioned...

    When shopping for Eaton Char-Lynn motors to upgrade mine, the best prices (by far) that I found were from SophTech at Welcome to SophTech Worldwide

    I'm not sure if they handle White motors or not...

    BTW, White should be able to cross-reference that number for you. What I found out dealing with Eaton is that the real long numbers are the "parts buildup or configuration" to have a motor custom-built. Once someone orders a certain configuration, a separate smaller part number is created that equates to the longer number. I think that shorter part number is what you have, while the long one I provided is the "special order configuration."

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    Default Re: Wheel Motor for 425

    OK, called a distributor and got a price quote of $301 plus shipping ($12). Problem is delivery............4 weeks because they build to order!!

    Next time I'll keep a spare in the garage!
    -Tim

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    Default Re: Wheel Motor for 425

    Quote Originally Posted by tlb13057
    OK, called a distributor and got a price quote of $301 plus shipping ($12). Problem is delivery............4 weeks because they build to order!!

    Next time I'll keep a spare in the garage!
    -Tim
    Talk about a big markup!

    Yep. I was quoted 4-6 weeks for Eaton S-series. Well, 6 weeks later I finally received one, and the other 3 were back-ordered an additional 3 weeks... 9 weeks total.

    Consequently, I didn't get the mod done while I was there (TN, where the tractor is stored) on vacation...

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    Default Re: Wheel Motor for 425

    Just got another quote from hydraulicsuperstore.com via email for $287.08 pluss shipping and 3 week lead time. Better, but suspect as the other dealer said all motors are built to order and the factory is quoting 4 weeks.

    -Tim

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