1955 UNISAW s#114 1468

by Todd Foster
(Savannah, Georgia)

The motor went out and I took it to a company here in Savannah Ga to see if they could repair it. Never heard back and when I went to the shop to ask they had gone out of business.
Where do I go from here? I have a used one hp motor from a Craftsman saw that mounts on the bracket but have no pulley.
The motor I lost was a one horse but that is all I remember about it.

Should I try to find a pulley and go with this little motor?

Was that 1 hp the original motor?

If I have to buy a new motor what size and power rate could I step up to?

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