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Kingston Model 60 Timer Gear, Brass
(Made in America! )

Replaces the no longer available, troublesome plastic
Kingston Model 60 timer motor gear used in many

washers, dryers, dishwashers, and signage over the years.

#9956650 Kingston timer motor armature gear, brass

Many years ago, I ran out of sources for the original plastic drive gear for the otherwise excellent and very popular Kingston Model 60 timer motors, so I've been fabricating them out of brass, and they work really well. 

Note: There were at least 3 different styles of K60 motors that I'm aware of. This is the most common, 10-tooth version of the gear they use, and is the one normally found inside the motors driving those cool old "travelling" signs. Measures approx 3/16" in diameter and about 1/2" long. Just to make life interesting, the Kingston motors used in most water treatment equipment are different internally (even though they may have "model 60" stamped on the outside), and most of them use a smaller diameter primary gear, and often with more than 10 teeth. The good news is, that gear rarely breaks.  

They're a time-consuming part to make, though, so I have to get $15 plus S/H for one of the little critters. But I'm pretty sure it'll be the last gear you'll ever have to replace in your timer motor. I can't imagine brass breaking like the soft plastic originals always did. These have been holding up very well for me, and I've been using and selling them for many years now.

And it's not a tough gear to replace yourself; you'll find instructions here. Or if you'd rather have me do it, just drop me an email. I'll be happy to rework your motor here in the shop for a few dollars. I can still rework most K60 versions for $18.00 labor plus $7.00 return Priority Mail and $15.00 for the gear itself (plus the 6% PA sales tax if you're in our state).

Cost for one of these gears is $15.00 plus $7.00 Priority Shipping to any USA address; $22.00 to your door in 2-3 days!  

 

 

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