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    Dewalt 14.4 part #?

    Like the title says im looking for the part number from the common dewalt 14.4 for the summit? So if someone could pop the lid off their truck and look for me that would be very helpfull. The search button gave me to many different answers but im pretty sure its the 396505-21sv? Am i right?

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    yup, thatīs the one.

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    From my DeWalt motor, it says 396505-21SV. So you have the right number.
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    Thnx guys appreciate the conf.

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    theres several different numbers with different power ratings on the 14.4V , 396505-21 is probably the most commonly available, As long as it's new style motor it'll work.
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    If you do the conversion you will be greatly impressed, it is by far the perfect (and when i say perfect i mean it) motor for the summit
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    So, is it cheaper or easier or both to get the kit from Kershaw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwill11 View Post
    So, is it cheaper or easier or both to get the kit from Kershaw?
    It cost a bit more, but you got a pinion of your choice, a metal spacer, it is a direct bolt, and you can get the motor already prepped.

    http://www.kershawdesigns.com/E-Revo...Conversion.htm

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