Thanks, yes I think it would fit too. But, as everyone is recommending, I am sold on the benefits of a Variable Speed Motor and decided to go for it.According to Regal Beloit ( the company that owns Century ) the USN1202 is 6.42” diameter. My guess is they’re the same diameter.
Other than cost, the dual speed and variable speed motors are better.
Was all set to order the Pureline 1.65 HP model # PL2605, but after a bit more research, decided to buy just the motor from that model:
The Century V-Green 1.65 HP Variable Speed Motor (Model ECM16CU), comes with 18 month warranty and saves me a few couple of Benjamins.
A.O. Smith V-Green 1.65 HP Round Flange 56J Variable Speed Motor - ECM16CU - INYOPools.com
And the motor it is a easy swap on my Hayward Super II pump, so I don't have to worry about cutting the pipes and stuff.
They have a detailed install video for it on You tube: How To: Install A VGreen 165 Variable Speed Pool Pump Motor
Haven't ordered it, want to talk to Inyo Pools once to make sure I didn't miss anything before ordering it.
Meanwhile my pool it getting dirty, had a rainstorm and all the debris is in the pool