Maybe you could adapt a brush from some other motor? Our local ACE Hardware has a pretty good selection of brushes for appliances and power tools. I have gad good luck in the past adapting them to fit other things. If it is a large brush, maybe an auto electric shop that has been around a while might have something you could work with.
Re: Motor brushes in reply to k6zrx, 05-31-2014 22:24:47
I did buy brushes at Ace, but the leads are offset from the center; the original lead is centered & has a spring and a plastic plate to hold it down. An insulated wire crimped to the lead exits from a hole in the plate. I think the spring pushing on one side of the brush will cause it to wear unevenly.
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