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rad_al_
02-18-2008, 07:03 PM
Anyone know where I can buy a blower spring coupler?

89XR7TD
02-18-2008, 08:07 PM
Here is a place I found dude!
http://www.rollingperformance.com/

Tom

Mike8675309
02-18-2008, 09:46 PM
I would contact one of our supporters.. the high speed lab. Such a device isn't on their list of items, but I bet they can source it since the do rebuilding services.
http://www.thehighspeedlab.com/Eaton_Price_List.html

nickleman60
02-18-2008, 09:56 PM
I bought one of mine off of ebay and I also bought a snout rebuild kit from Victor at spinningwheels sc

rad_al_
02-18-2008, 10:13 PM
After some more searching & help from you guys, I found some but they were the solid couplers... I'd like to have the spring loaded one since that's what I have (minus the crack that's in mine). Beside, most eveyone says the solid ones make a bad rattling sound. I talked to Charles at Magnum Powers but I can't remember if he said it was spring loaded or not. Guess I'll call & bug him again tomorrow.
Thanks!

Jim Demmitt Jr
02-19-2008, 01:24 AM
After some more searching & help from you guys, I found some but they were the solid couplers... I'd like to have the spring loaded one since that's what I have (minus the crack that's in mine). Beside, most eveyone says the solid ones make a bad rattling sound. I talked to Charles at Magnum Powers but I can't remember if he said it was spring loaded or not. Guess I'll call & bug him again tomorrow.
Thanks!


Solid only

If you have a performance M90 aftermarket blower or even a stock M90 with 5 or 10% overdrive you want a solid coupler. The spring couplers are junk they break all the time. Take it from me I been through the ordeal when first starting out do it right the first time

Stupid Canuck
02-19-2008, 03:18 AM
Just wondering...

Anybody up for making a batch of couplers out of mild polyurethane? Maybe with a metal ring around the outside for strength? Somebody posted a source for bulk poly a while back and they did have 1-1/2 and 2" round stock.

Maybe the poly, being softer than the plastic, wouldn't rattle. Poly is chemical and abrasion resistant as well.

I don't have the tools.