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    Feb 2016

    Best motor

    Hi All
    My motor has bearing issues and need replacing. Currently it is century 2hp.
    I would like your help in deciding best motor available which is also cost effective.

    Really appreciate your help.

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    Feb 2014
    Central Minnesota

    Re: Best motor

    The choice on your pool pump motor depends on the size of your pool and any water features or pool cleaner options you might have. If you can fill out your signature with your pool details, that would help alot. To do so, click on Settings in the upper right of the screen, then Edit Signature on the next page. Pool dimensions, approximate volume, surface type, pump system, filter system, chlorination type and other items are good to include. Check out my signature and others on the forum for an idea of what should be included. There is a good summary of things to include here: Pool School - Read This BEFORE You Post
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